Last week saw Ms El Fadel successfully completing her Initial Franchisee Training course, held at the group’s Head Office in West Sussex.
Commenting on the Training Course, Ms El Fadel said, “I found it very helpful; it’s a great way to ‘dive’ into things and get your head around what you need to do from here. I am now looking forward to building a great business and making a difference to my local community.”
The next weeks will be taken up working closely with her Regional Support Manager as Ms El Fadel applies for CQC registration, prepares her office and recruits staff, ready to launch her new business once her registration has been obtained.
Caremark (Runnymede & Spelthorne), once registered with the CQC will be providing care and support to older people in the Surrey area who would like to remain living independently and safely at home but who may require some support to do so.