Everybody has something to give and we’ll help you develop your unique talents.
If you care about others and want to make a difference, we’ll provide the training for everything else.
We don’t follow a ‘one size fits all’ approach to learning at Salutem. We recognise the unique talents of each team member and shape their training experience based on what they need to do a great job.
Where we see potential, we’ll help you develop your skills and provide you with opportunities to progress in your career. And where you need extra support, or you need to refresh your skills, we’ll make a programme to help you get up to speed.
We recognise transferable skills and acknowledge the value that certain life experiences bring.
Whether working in care is your first, second or third career, we’ll make sure you receive the best training for you.
People like you work in care & education.
People like Sharon…
After 14 years working in pubs and clubs, Sharon Field took what she thought was a ‘stop-gap’ job at Bull Point House to make ends meet. Today, 16 years later and now the manager of the service recently rated ‘Outstanding’ in Care by the CQC, Sharon explains why she turned her back on her first career after discovering true fulfilment as a care professional
The company is really supportive; they look after their employees and give us loads of training. Over the past 20 years, the care sector has completely changed – you can really go places with it. There are lots of promotional opportunities and rewards, plus you can join a team of people who become like family to you.
We’ve got some fantastic team members here who started in other industries – including a former make-up artist, a builder, a maths teacher and a retired army officer. Care work is incredibly varied and interesting, and what you do genuinely makes a difference.
Everyone who shares our values
is welcome to join our family.
Setting the standard for the days to come
When you join the Salutem family, you’ll receive a tailored and comprehensive induction. We’ll make sure your first days set the standard for what’s to come. Not only will you receive thorough mandatory training and specialist training for your specific support area, you’ll be welcomed into your new team and the Salutem family.
If you’re an experienced professional choosing a new career, or you want a fresh start to do something more meaningful, your induction will be adapted to recognise your transferrable skills from your previous employment and will fast-track you into work.
High quality personalised care is only possible through genuine teamwork. Our inductions help you understand how you contribute to our unique culture and the important part you play in helping us achieve our values. We empower you with the skills and knowledge you need so you can be a part of our success.
The Salutem Academy is a bespoke training programme that is tailored to the individual development needs of each participant. Through a blended learning approach which includes our online eLearning platform For You, in-person workshops and one-to-one supervision, the Academy enables our team to achieve their personal best and provide high-quality care and education.
We are ambitious in our approach to training so you can reach your full potential and have a meaningful career.
Throughout the whole process, you’ll be supported by a workplace buddy and mentor so that you can ask questions along the way to help you get the most out of your training.
You’ll also have access to our Leadership Programmes which help us recognise and nurture your talents to realise your full potential.
Workplace Apprenticeship Programmes
We believe in you and what you can achieve. Whether these are your first steps in the workplace or this is a change of career you’ll have our support to study whilst you work.
You can access our Workplace Apprenticeship Programmes to develop your skills, knowledge, and confidence and help you take the next steps in your career.
You’ll receive on the job training whilst working towards an official qualification suited to your role.
In the Workplace Apprenticeship Programme you can work towards a variety of qualifications including:
- Adult Care Worker Level 2
- Lead Adult Care Worker Level 3
- Care Leadership & Management Level 5
- Team Leading Level 2 & 3
- Children and Young People Workforce Level 3
- Business Admin Level 2 & 3
- Hospitality Team Member Level 2
- Hospitality Supervisor Level 3
- Early Learning & Childcare Level 3
At Salutem we are proud to provide a range of care and support in our schools, day centres, and residential homes for children and adults. Just like any family, we want the very best for the individuals we support. Our aim at Salutem Care and Education is to empower people to live a life they choose, regardless of the care and support they need.
We are offering a structured training leadership and management programme that enables you to gain hands-on experience and accelerated career development with exposure to different areas of Salutem and Health & Social Care. The scheme will consist of an 18-month rotational programme in Operations and Support Services. The 18 months allow you to develop a wide range of skills, from project management and communication to problem-solving and decision-making, through working closely with colleagues as well as through the completion of leadership development training offered by our own training Academy, as well as mentoring from senior leaders.
High-level Graduate Scheme timeline
- Applications closing February 2024
- First and second interviews in March/ April 2024
- Graduate Scheme start date September 2024