At HUC, we are committed to the growth and development of our colleagues, both personally and professionally. We are passionate about their career progression and provide access to a range of internal and external training courses, as well as comprehensive workshops. These opportunities enable our colleagues to enhance their skills and perform their roles at a higher level.
Meet Yasmin Chowdhury
Yasmin is a dedicated NHS 111 Call Handler in our Welwyn Garden City contact centre. Today she tells us about the resilience training workshop she attended and how it has positively impacted her role.
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What did your course entail?
The workshop incorporated ways to help identify our strengths, manage our mental and emotional wellbeing, all in a friendly environment, with an approachable trainer.
How did your course benefit you?
It provided me with a wide range of tools to help manage stress, how to be kind to yourself, keep calm and enjoy life more.
Why do you think learning and development is good?
I believe no matter what age or stage of life you are at, learning and development helps to build both a person’s confidence and skill set – professionally and personally.
How has HUC supported your learning and development?
As a fresh addition to the HUC team, from day one you’ll have access to a number of training courses. These courses not only strengthen your skills to support you in your role, but also contribute to your overall wellbeing.
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