Hub Care Support’s newest franchisees are just kicking off their second week of training with the amazing team at Hub HQ this week. Everything is going according to plan with their latest additions, Fale from Liverpool, and Mark, from Fareham in Hampshire.

Both come from very different backgrounds, and we are looking forward to them contributing their diverse skills and unique perspectives to the Hub Care network. Fale comes from a background in care himself, having worked for many years as a carer, and then running his own recruitment firm. He was drawn to the Hub Care Support franchise by the opportunity to completely turn the traditional model on its head, be part of something bigger, and improve the lives of people in his community.

Mark (and his wife, Karen, pictured below) were attracted by the very same benefits, but come from a completely different background. Mark has started his own food supply business which he then sold and turned to franchising having run several of his own franchises before, but this is his first time working in the care sector. Hub Care Support’s training will give him all the tools he needs to succeed, as well as a thorough grounding in the principles of care, but we are also looking forward to how his extensive business experience will contribute to the franchise’s collective success.

We’ll be following up soon with a more in depth chat with both of these newcomers, and learning about how their critical first few weeks are going. Watch this space!

How does Hub Care Support’s training work?

With their own extensive care business background, and several successful franchisees already in place, the Hub Care team have their training programme down to a fine art. Taking place over two weeks, the first week’s focus is very much on what the franchise does.

Mark and Fale have received comprehensive onboarding, and now have a thorough understanding of, among other things:

  • The history of Hub Care Support and how their unique business model came into being
  • The context of the business within the modern care industry and its many challenges
  • The values, vision and ethos they will all share as they work together to transform care for the better
  • The role of Personal Assistants (PAs), and how to identify and recruit the perfect candidates

Having understood what they do, their second week will now focus on how they do it, with more in-depth, practical knowledge of how to deliver the model and build their own successful business.

Interested in learning more about how Hub Care Support sets you up for success?

We’ll be chatting to both Mark and Fale again soon and asking them for their feedback on the training, and how they are putting it into action, so keep an eye out for more details. In the meantime, if you are ready to learn more, you can also join us for one of our upcoming webinars.

You’ll be able to ask any questions you have, but these are very informal events, so please do feel free to leave you mic and camera off and just kick back while I chat with the Hub Care team. You can book yourself a slot using the links below:

Tuesday 25th July – evening 7pm

Friday 11th Aug lunchtime 1pm

Weds 30th Aug evening 7pm