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CREATE CARE TRAINING LTD

UKPRN:
10052530

Only levy paying employers can work with this provider

About this provider

Covering all areas of the North West, Create Care Training Ltd (CCTL) aims to provide a quality service of training, specialising in the Health and Social Care Sector, whilst promoting clear pathways which could lead into higher education programmes and career progressions. CCTL is run and owned by the Directors Rachel Brown and Catherine Whitelow.

Our promise is to deliver safe, high-quality training services to companies who provide care and support to others.

CCTL will work in partnership with you to develop bespoke training packages which meet the demands of your organisation.

We can do this by offering flexible working hours and delivery methods, including group/individual face to face delivery, distance learning and on-line courses.

11 Apprenticeships offered

Apprenticeship Type Level View details
Adult care worker Standard 2 Details
Business and Administration Framework 2 Details
Business and Administration Framework 3 Details
Children and Young People's Workforce Framework 2 Details
Customer Service Framework 2 Details
Customer Service Framework 3 Details
General Adult Social Care Framework 5 Details
Lead adult care worker Standard 3 Details
Management Framework 3 Details
Residential Childcare Framework 3 Details
Team Leading Framework 2 Details

Contact details

Website:
CREATE CARE TRAINING LTD website
Phone number:
01253 596645

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Explain levels

Apprenticeships are set at different levels of difficulty from the equivalent of GCSE (level 2) up to postgraduate (level 7)

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