Jonathan Murphy is qualified Chartered Accountant with over 10 years experience managing the delivery of QQI Level 5 Healthcare Assistant training. He has been involved in the validation process of most of the QQI Level 5 healthcare awards and is currently working with Paramount College in Sandyford.
Sean worked in the community for a number of years as an HCA. On completing the QQI Level 5 in 2018 he took a position in a nursing home where he worked until January of 2022 then he moved to Tallaght University Hospital (TUH). He enjoys this position as he has more hands-on clinical responsibility which broadens his knowledge and skill base.
Joan worked as a Health Care Assistant in Mental Health sector for 5 years, she is currently employed in the disability sector for almost 5 years and enjoys the work, making a difference for the better in the day to day lives of those who are vulnerable. Joan likes to advocate for the Service Users. She is currently a Shop steward for care staff and is working towards a Social Care Degree to further her knowledge and skills.
Doctor is currently employed by St James’s hospital as healthcare Assistant. He previously worked for Mount Carmel Community Hospital as a Senior Health Assistant. He holds a FETAC Level 5 Certificate in Healthcare. He is an Affiliate Member of Accounting Technicians Ireland and currently studying for a MSc in Healthcare Management with RCSI
Noelle has been working in the healthcare industry for the past 8 years. She has a Level 5 certificate in Healthcare Support and an Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) certificate from the Open College. Noelle has a degree in computers and is currently studying on the Healthcare Support Practice Apprenticeship Higher Ed Level 6.
Robert is working as a healthcare assistant for the past four years. He began his career in the private sector working for one year in a nursing home. In 2019 he joined Beaumont Hospital and specialised in geriatric care. When Covid 19 hit he got exceptional experience being redeployed to other wards throughout the hospital due to a staffing crisis.
Ruth is a care assistant working in the care industry for nearly 8 years now.
Ruth likes the idea that she is making a difference in an older person's life as she is aware she might be the only contact the older person has.
She also have a daughter who is on the autism spectrum. Her daughter is 19 now so life is a little easier.
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