17 OCT 2016

Nicola Holley, 27, The Royal Nursing Home Gosport

Over the years of working in the Health and Social Care sector I have completed three levels of apprenticeship. I began working as a Care Assistant and completed my level 2 in Health and Social Care, with this level I gained great knowledge and understanding in caring for people in the most effective ways possible. My career path developed and I gain experience supporting different groups of vulnerable people. I went on to complete my level 3 in Health and Social Care and with this came career progression working as a Team Leader supporting Adults with Learning Disabilities. I have always thoroughly enjoyed supporting vulnerable people to work towards their goals and life ambitions and promoting a good quality of life. I also enjoyed my role supporting the team to provide an excellent level of care to all those we support.

The support I received from my Assessors at Fareport while completing my apprenticeships and the knowledge and skills gained from these qualifications, made me thrive to continue my development. I went on to complete my level 5 in Health and Social Care. My career developed further and I work as a Deputy Manger of a Residential home supporting Adults with learning Disabilities. The apprenticeship schemes have provided me with the resources to make my achievements in my career and set goals for a future career, working as an assessor myself to support others to gain their own qualifications and set their career paths in the Health and Social Care sector. Thanks to Fareport Training I have achieved this goal and look forward to starting my new position with them as an Assessor.

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This website was created when I was MP for the Gosport constituency from May 2010 until Wednesday 3 May 2017. I have now ceased to be an MP, as Parliament has been dissolved for the General Election on 8 June 2017 when a new Parliament is elected.

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