- NVQ Level 3 Care
- Certified NAPPI Trainer
- Medication Awareness
- Working towards Care Leadership and Management Level 5 (QCF)
Jamie has spent the last 5 years working within the health and social care sector, including mental health and elderly care. He joined One Nine Five in 2014 as a Residential Support Worker and then quickly progressed to become a Shift Leader and later the Medication Co-Ordinator. Over the past 12 months Jamie has worked closely with the previous Registered Manager, Laura Barron and gained key skills and knowledge which has enabled him to progress into the role of Registered Manager. Jamie is looking to uphold the current vision and values that One Nine Five has developed whilst continuing to work in partnership with service users, their families and professionals to achieve the best outcomes for all involved.
Area Manager (East Midlands Transitional Homes)
- NVQ Registered Manager Award Level 4 (RMA)
- ILM Level 4 Leadership and Management
- National Skills Academy Lead to succeed programme
- D32 D33 trainer award
- Working towards NVQ 5 Care Leadership and Management
Laura became Area Manager of the groups East Midlands based adult homes in 2016. She joined the SENAD Group in November 2014 as Registered Manager at OneNineFive. She has also took on the role of Senior Registered Manager at Ecclesbourne Lodge, helping the development of both homes. She has worked as a Registered Manager in the care sector since 2007, working in the private sector with service users in their own homes. During her career she spent some time working for the NHS, as part of the IS (intense support services), resettling individuals with learning difficulties and challenging behaviour from long stay hospital wards to independent living in the community. As well as management qualifications Laura has completed her NVQ level 3 in Care and Level 3 independent living. Laura has also worked as a deputy manager and a support worker across most care settings, so understands all areas of the support provided at OneNineFive and Ecclesbourne Lodge.