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SureCare Derby receives formal CQC registration

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Operators at SureCare Derby are thrilled to announce that the branch has now completed its registration with the Care Quality Commission, allowing the team to now trade in social care.

Since joining the nationwide SureCare network earlier this year, SureCare Derby has been going from strength to strength to provide domestic services in the city and the surrounding area.

Now with CQC registration in place, the team can expand their range of services to include personal care for people in their own homes. Care packages range from domiciliary care for older people to childcare and support for those with special needs.

Business owner Rabina Kosar is committed to delivering the best quality care to the highest standards. Along with business partner Zirka Yousaf and Registered Care Manager Sarah Bland, Rabina works directly with new care staff to ensure they receive the correct training on various aspects of SureCare’s operations.

Staff training focuses on company policies, procedures, reporting and legislation around Health and Safety at Work. All new staff members spend the first 12 weeks completing a Care Certificate, which covers topics like safeguarding, food hygiene, first aid training, medical awareness and infection control. This is all particularly important as care workers will be dealing with vulnerable people on a daily basis.

All staff go through a rigorous vetting programme before joining SureCare Derby. This allows the operators to meet new care workers face-to-face on a personal level, as well as to request written references and carry out enhanced Criminal Records Disclosure checks for compliance reasons.

In a relatively short time, SureCare has become a large employer in Derby and the surrounding areas, and is continuing to look for dedicated and compassionate individuals within the care sector.

With a strong reputation nationwide, SureCare is dedicated to providing quality services for people from all walks of life, regardless of age or ability. Now that the team in Derby has CQC registration in place, residents across the area will be able to benefit from a wide array of high quality home care services.


"I started off as a carer and then worked as a manager in the office of a care franchise, so I chose a franchise when I decided to start my own business. Care is heavily regulated and when I started the regulations were in flux, so I wanted the support of a franchisor. I’ve now got about 100 service users and have built up a team of 40 staff. I need much less franchisor support now, but it’s always there if needed and I talk regularly with other franchisees. We swap tips, advice and ideas so the franchise comes with a useful network."

Anne Anyon, Preston & South Ribble

"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