Two new Caremark franchise owners have successfully finished their training course and are preparing to launch their franchises.
The new franchise offices will cover the Oxford and Guildford & Woking territories. They will both provide an in-home care service to the elderly and vulnerable.
Rakesh Mazumdar, franchise owner of Caremark (Oxford), said: “The training was fantastic. There was so much to take in and the fact I was able to take it all in is testament to how well the training has gone.”
The two-week residential course is delivered at Caremark’s Central Support office by a team of dedicated industry professionals and is designed to comprehensively cover the delivery of the service and all aspects of business development. New franchise owners cannot prepare to lunch their new businesses without first successfully passing all aspects of the course, a course which will test the candidate’s knowledge of the industry, the Caremark systems as well as their understanding of business growth and development.
New franchise owners for Caremark (Guildford & Woking), David and Deborah Porter, said: “It has been quite an intensive course, but really good and very enjoyable. We are now going forward feeling confident in what we have learned and how to apply it in our business – in fact, we are ready and raring to go!”
The new Caremark franchise owners will be joining a continually growing network of nationwide offices, who currently deliver care and support services to adults, young people and children in need, enabling them to remain living independently at home. The new offices will be concentrating initially on providing home care to older people within their respective territories.
Published: 19 June 2012
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