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Home Instead Senior Care is celebrating after being awarded a Princess Royal Training Award for its workplace learning at a ceremony held at St James’s Palace in London.

HRH Princess Anne talking to Martin Jones, chief executive of Home Instead Senior Care
The Princess Royal Training Awards, now in their fourth year, celebrate exceptional training and development programmes across the country.

Home Instead Senior Care, a national franchise with more than 200 offices, is one of only 44 organisations to receive the award for its End of Life training. It’s the second time the company has picked up the award for its training as in 2016 it was recognised for the expert dementia training it offers.

The award for end of life training was given to chief executive Martin Jones, head of people, Karen Dakin and learning and development partner, Tim Howell.

Read the full article on the homecare.co.uk website: https://www.homecare.co.uk/news/article.cfm/id/1617316/home-care-provider-end-of-life-training-royal-approval

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