“Working together to improve the lives of people living with dementia, and caring for the very special people who support them.”Caroline Coleman

Caroline Coleman
Founder of Coleman Training

About Coleman Training

 
Coleman Training is a care training and consultancy company, founded in 1994.  Since then we have worked closely with a range of valued clients including national and independent care homes, local authorities, the Alzheimer’s Society, Skills for Care and the CQC.  We are endorsed by Skills for Care, CPD Accredited Provider, TQUK approved centre, Member of the Care Learning Coalition, Member of the ILM. 

In response to frequent requests from clients, we formally introduced our consultancy service in 2014.  Clients have used this service in a variety of ways; which include preparing for a CQC inspection, re-assessing and making improvements following a poor inspection or simply to have a little extra support during times of change.  We are always available as an extra member of your management team when you need us.

Our aim is to be large enough to deliver a professional service, but small enough to continue to deliver the personal service that is often lacking in today’s business culture. Our clients are precious to us and are at the centre of everything that we do.  We build strong working relationships, often lasting for decades.  We aim to be the best and will always go the extra mile to ensure that we exceed expectations.

Our mission
 

Our mission is simple – to deliver fun, engaging, evidence-based training that inspires and informs learners to provide outstanding care. 

About Caroline Coleman
 

Caroline Coleman, founder of Coleman Training has a strong background in business and management.  Caroline manages our consultancy projects and personally delivers our specialist training in dementia care and leadership and management.  She also delivers the “Lead to Succeed” programme under license from Skills for Care. 

A qualified psychotherapist, Caroline became interested in dementia when a close family member developed the disease.  She began working with people with dementia and their families in her psychotherapy clinic before taking on the role of Associate Lead Trainer with the Alzheimer’s Society.  In 2016, Caroline delivered dementia training to several cohorts of CQC inspectors in London and Southampton to help inform their inspection of care homes supporting people living with dementia.