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Bluebird Care has announced its spring 2020 recruitment and QQI Level 5 training event which takes place on Monday March 2 in the Clybaun Hotel, Knocknacarra, Galway, from 10am to 4pm.
Bluebird Care Galway has just been named as the Best Homecare Provider in Ireland for Quality Management Systems at this year’s National Q Mark Awards.
Bluebird Care Galway has once again been awarded the international quality standard ISO 9001:2008. Maintaining a stringent process of quality auditing over the last three years, Managing Director Sean Lyons described the award as “setting a new standard for homecare in Ireland.”
Bluebird Care has won a Q Mark National Business Group of the Year award and Bluebird Care Galway was also a finalist in the Homecare Company of the Year category. Known as ‘the Oscars of business excellence’, The Q Mark Award is the highest accolade an Irish business can achieve, given both the intense competition and the exacting standards required.
Bluebird Care, in conjunction with the The Cpl Institute, is delivering the QQI (formerly known as FETAC) training required to become a qualified healthcare assistant.
Up to 50 jobs are to be created in Mayo by a Sligo based home care provider.
Bluebird Care has teamed up with the Alzheimer’s Association in a novel fundraising effort based on the outcome of next Sundays All Ireland Hurling Final. Both the Kilkenny and Tipperary offices of Bluebird Care will donate €10 for every point (including goals) scored in the decider next week with the Alzheimer’s Association benefiting accordingly.
Bluebird Care, a premier provider of home care services for young, old and disabled people, has named Bluebird Care (Galway) as the winner of the Bluebird Care Irish Franchise of the Year award 2010.