Specialising in the care sector, Amanda has been given the perfect platform with which to promote and deliver her sought after dignity trainings through a new relationship formed with training provider's e-GNCS.
With both e-GNCS and Amanda Waring passionate about ensuring that the care sector has the right tools and knowledge required to provide dignity, compassion and respect in care, the new relationship is working well for both.
Proud to announce their partnership with industry leader on Dignity in Care, Amanda, e-GNCs are ensuring Amanda's principle task will be to deliver her Dignity in Care course, with other projects that promote her message of dignity and respect to follow.
Amanda Waring's Dignity in Care course addresses an important part of the recently launched British Journal of Nursing (BJN) Award that recognises key skills and knowledge required in contemporary care settings and with the seal of approval from the BJN , it's one learning experience not to be missed.
Amanda Waring, spokesperson, campaigner, inspirational speaker, filmmaker and initiator of the Governments Dignity Board says:
"I am passionate about improving health and social care, placing dignity at the heart of all we do, and helping others keep inspired and maintain the momentum required to do this. The partnership with e-GNCS ensures that my work continues to reach as many people as possible to be of the highest benefit to those working in care and those receiving care. I look forward to seeing how this collaboration with e-GNCS will develop in the future and I look forward to working with many of you."
Amanda's all new Dignity in care course includes the use of her award winning short film 'What Do You See?' and her other powerful films, as well as a range of innovative exercises from her book 'The Heart of Care' and training pack on person-centered care. All course material has been reviewed and approved by e-GNCS, and the BJN .
For further information about the inspirational courses Amanda delivers, please email her team directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Amanda Waring is an actress, writer and director and has been a passionate campaigner for older people's rights for the past five years.