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How SureCare supports your home care franchise

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So you’ve decided to start your own new business delivering essential home care services. By franchising with SureCare, you’ll receive a helping hand from our training and support team throughout all stages of your setup and operation.

When starting out with your new SureCare franchise, your main priority will be to get up and running as quickly as possible. In order to do this, there are many aspects to think about; like drawing up your business plan, securing new office premises, complying with regulations and recruiting the right staff.

Unlike running a business entirely on your own from scratch, franchising with SureCare allows you to rely on support throughout all aspects of your franchise operations. Read on to discover how our head office franchising support team assist you and your business.

First steps

When you first join SureCare, we work with you to get your new franchise off the ground. You’ll work closely with dedicated business development managers, who can point you in the right direction when it comes to setting things up smoothly.

In the early stages, we also help you with regulatory body registration and introduce you to strategies for growing your business. Our intensive induction course also gives you the opportunity to meet with various members of our team while you learn the ropes.

Support and training

Whether you have experience in the care sector or not, we can guide you through all the essentials for running a SureCare franchise. This includes areas of business like accounting, marketing and recruitment, as well as specialist aspects like ensuring you maintain compliance with care quality standards.

Support and training doesn’t suddenly end after the initial setup of your business. There are always new things to learn as the care sector grows and evolves. That’s why our franchising team are always on hand to offer help, answer any questions and provide refresher training whenever it’s needed.

Staff recruitment and retention

In order to operate your new franchise successfully, you’ll need a team of care workers and care coordinators you can rely on to deliver quality services. We work with you to attract the right people for the job, thanks to our specialist recruitment expertise.

Providing safe and secure care services to our clients is of paramount importance. To ensure this, we perform rigorous Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks on all candidates and provide extensive training for all staff members. That way, you can be sure you’ll build a quality team to handle the daily operations of your business.

Reaching out to your customers

Starting a new business is one thing, but building up a client base can be a monumental task, especially in the early days. Franchising with SureCare, however, makes things easier as you can benefit from branded marketing materials straight away.

SureCare is a nationally recognised and well-trusted brand, assuring your prospective customers of the quality of service you’ll deliver. Supported by our suite of literature, branded materials and online resources, your SureCare franchise will reach the right people quickly and effectively in today’s modern world.
 

Ready to join SureCare and manage your own new franchise? To discuss our proposition further, just give us a call on 01244 321 199 or send an email to enquiries@surecare.co.uk and let’s arrange a initial franchising discovery session.

 

Testimonials

"I don’t come from a care background, but became interested in running a business in this sector after caring for my grandfather. I saw how difficult it is for older people to continue to live on their own without day-to-day support. I like the ethos of SureCare, which is all about providing clients with the highest possible quality of care. It allows me to run my own successful business while also giving back to the community."

Amrit Dhaliwal, Oxfordshire

"We chose a franchise because it gives support on time-consuming issues such as policy, procedures and legislation, so it left us free to provide care. When we started out eight years ago, we were the sole carers, as well as looking after the marketing the business. Today we have 60 staff providing care for more than 100 children and older people."

Caron Oldreive & Cheryl Hawksworth, Doncaster