Thanks for getting in touch. We do not require any formal qualifications or experience. At Irish HomeCare, we provide all of our Care Assistants with training delivered by our award-winning team. Furthermore, Care Assistants can avail of a €1,000 discount towards their Level 5 Healthcare qualification which is done through our sister company, the Irish Healthcare Training Institute. For more information on our jobs, you can visit http://irishhomecare.ie/jobs/joblisting/. For information on our training you can visit http://irishhomecare.ie/training/.
NiallAnswered by Irish HomeCare27 June 2017
Its very hard to get accepted for paid holidays. You are working over the christmas and every other holiday and do not get a bonus for christmas or for any sort of holidays. you also pay for ur own christmas party if ur lucky enough to be not working that night. Irish homecare suits single mothers who also get a payment off the social welfare. If you are working "full time" and not recieving a payment off the social welfare you will struggle to get a wage up and some weeks you will be better off staying on the labour.. Your hours each week are NOT GUARANTEEDAnswered 20 December 2017
How much does it cost you for the training? also what is the hourly rate when you earn while you learn?Asked 11 February 2018
In training they told me it was 1000 Euro for the whole thing.Answered 25 October 2019