At Menter, we truly value our staff. We recognise that for our business to thrive we need dynamic energetic staff who are appropriately trained, supported and rewarded.
Come and meet our team
At Menter, we are focused on ensuring our learners enjoy every course they attend. A vital part of our strategy is to employ experienced and qualified employees who can deliver on our aims.
My career in health and social care began 16 years ago in Cardiff when I established a domiciliary care company to support the elderly and those with physical and learning difficulties. A deviation into health, spending 5 years with the UK’s leading healthcare technology solutions provider, gave me an insight into the challenges facing health. In 2016, completing my Masters degree showed me how education can be used to further understanding and development within industry. This, combined with my experience in health and social care, highlighted just how important effective training and education is, not only to patient safety, but to delivering great healthcare outcomes.
My role is to develop and help implement the strategy for Menter Training. I established a domiciliary care business in Cardiff along with my wife, Catrina 16 years ago. In 2008 I became the General Manager of a multinational medical software company. This is where I saw the benefits of integrating health and social care having worked in the areas of remote health, district nursing, unscheduled care and medicines management. Returning to the UK in April 2018, my personal mission is now to help integrate Health and Social care through our businesses in the UK. Given workforce development is a key factor in this, I see Menter Training as having a crucial role.
Head of Commercial Training
I have been working in the Health and Social Care industry for 12 years, beginning my career as a care worker in a nursing home. I then went on to work in Domicilary Care as a support worker, where I developed my role into Care Co-Ordinator. I worked in this role for 3 years, alongside my support worker role and I regularly went out and carried out visits with the service users, to ensure that I was maintaining my relationship with the service users and the staff.
Head of Work Based Learning
I’ve worked in Health & Social Care for 6 years. I began my career in Care as a domiciliary care worker with a passion for helping people to better themselves. With a developing interest in training & being able to help people make a change, I progressed to Administrative Manager where I cemented my love for training & being able to help others to achieve their goals. Menter Training presented me with an opportunity to develop my skill base and work alongside a team of like-minded people who are extremely passionate about training and wanting to deliver to the best standards.
Customer Services Manager
I have been a member of Menter Training for over three years, and in that time have had the opportunity to help a large number of people from all different walks of life with their training needs. I take pride and satisfaction in guiding customers in the right direction and ensuring they achieve the right qualifications to develop themselves further.