A Record Turnout For Our Latest Open Day - 18th July, London
20th Jul, 2015
Our London office was the location of our latest successful Open Day, offering candidates the opportunity to gain help from our staff with compliancy issues, receive training in Manual Handling and Basic Life Support, along with the chance to also discuss their career opportunities or any other work based issues.
Our open days offer candidates the opportunity to:
- Meet the team
- Discuss employment opportunities
- Register with Your World
- Update their personal file
- Attend our Basic Life Support (BLS) and Manual Handling (MH) training sessions
- See our Phlebotomist to give blood
- Meet our Clinical Advisor
- Receive an ID badge
- Bring friends to register
- Bring documents to complete their file
- Complete online training
So as not to take away of the working week, the event was hosted on the Saturday, with our record turnout for an Open Day thus far, with an impressive 90 attendees! All were given the complimentary tour of our offices, introduced to the staff onsite and given sandwiches, coffee, tea and biscuits throughout the day.
Of the 90 who attended, 70 took on the Manual Handling Training and 62 the Basic Life Support. Many contracts and compliancy issues were also diagnosed and concluded, leaving the all persons satisfied by the end of the event.
We’d like to say a huge thank you to all our candidates who came along and wish them all the best of luck continuing to work with us.
Another thank you goes out to our internal staff for also giving up one of their days off to improve their candidates.
If you'd like to find out more about our Open Days, why not check out our specially made Open Day Page, where you can see the reviews of previous events, further information of what is available to you, future Open Days and how to join in!
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