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CV, Health And Social Care Professional Seeking Work In London

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 20379

List top 5 skills: administrator/personal assistant, nursery nurse/assistant, physiotherapist/rehabilitation assistant, school/nursery administrator
Short Bio:

I believe in myself and I am extremely self-determined, I excel in everything that I do; my studies, secular work and most recently attaining my driver's license within two months. I am an amiable individual, always ready to learn and continue my personal and professional development.
During my studies at Bexley College, I was able to attend many work placements which allowed me to attain a vast amount of knowledge and skills.

Current location: 

St Lucia - View on map

Nationality: 

Saint Lucian

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

education and training, Medical and Nursing, Admin and Clerical

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

United Kingdom



Relevant Qualifications

2009¬- 2010: Bexley College, England
BTEC Introductory Diploma in Health and Social care¬ Level 1

Numeracy Key skills¬ Level 1
2010-¬ 2012: Bexley College, England
BTECT Extended Diploma in Health and Social care¬ Level 3
Functional skills English¬ level 2
Functional Skills Mathematics¬ Level 2

Training

2012: Safeguarding adults awareness training course, England
Aspirations Training Company

2012: Moving & Handling, England
Greenwich Community College

2012: Emergency First Aid at Work, England
AlphaOne3 Healthcare Services

2012: Group Leader Training, England
Greenwich Mencap

Profile

My experience in the health and social care sector began as a career in the Riverlee Care Home

located in Greenwich, London. I worked with elderly individuals with Dementia for 2 weeks as part of my college work placement. I then attained experience in a youth club with working with children and young adults with learning disabilities. This was a voluntary job I chose both to assist the young people as well as gain more experience and skills for my personal development. I then worked with children in a mainstream setting; teaching them skills for life. I have attain my vast experience working as a Support Worker with individuals with

learning disabilities for over a year. My accumulated experience within the health and social care

sector has undeniably shaped my personality into a more amiable one, as well as increased my

knowledge, skills and aspiration to continue working within the health and social care sector. However, I believe that the skills & knowledge that I received has given me transferable skills which will allow me to be of great benefit to which ever organization I choose to work. My most recent experience has been an administrative assistant for a real estate company in the lovely Island of St. Lucia.

Career Summary

2012- 2013
Support Worker
Greenwich Men-cap- London

Duties included:

• Supported clients with learning disabilities

• Assisted with personal care needs

• Managed behaviours that were challenging

• Supported clients with everyday tasks to further their ability to live independently and build upon their links within the community

• Accompanied clients on social activities

2011 Care Worker (Dementia Care)
Riverlee Care Home- Greenwich, London

Duties included:

• Discussed needs with clients

• Prepared meals and helped with shopping, cleaning and laundry

• Supported clients with dressing, washing, eating, drinking and personal needs

• Offered emotional support and helping clients to raise their confidence

• Accompanied clients on outings including social activities and to collect pensions

2011 Youth Worker
Greenwich Bouncers Trampoline Academy- Kidbrooke, London

Duties included:

• Assisted in the organising of enjoyable activities including sports, art and drama, to increase the young people’s skills and confidence

• Supported young people to develop ideas and make changes in their lives

• Supported on outings

• Supported young people in organising their own activities and projects

• Supporting young people in developing skills including literacy, numeracy and life skills

2014- 2015 Administrative assistant
Tropic Taste Reality- St Lucia

Duties included:

• Recording & updating of clients’ data

• Telephone calls

• Receiving and directing clients

• Creating spreadsheets

• Clerical support to agents during sales & rentals

• Filing