1. The information we collect and how we use it
We will obtain personal data about you where you register on our Website, submit a booking request for training courses, make enquiries in relation to an employment opportunity and/or where you apply for a job or other vacancy. Personal data will also be obtained on behalf of others where you carry out any of the above activities on their behalf. The personal data which may be obtained by us includes, without limitation, first name, last name, email, phone number, racial or ethnic origin, details of physical health and condition and details of your professional qualifications as contained in any curriculum vitae (“CV”) or application form submitted by you or on behalf of another person.
We gather this information to allow us to deal with your queries and orders, to contact you and, where relevant, to assist in making job applications and/or to pursue professional employment opportunities on your behalf. We may also gather this information for the purposes of sending you our latest publications. We will use your e-mail address and telephone number to send you information in relation to TTM Healthcare’s business activities to include training courses and employment opportunities.
We may also obtain sensitive personal data about you and persons on whose behalf you act to include gaining access to the Website. This sensitive personal data may be obtained in connection with the submission of a booking request for training courses, the making of enquiries in relation to an employment opportunity and/or in connection with any job application (to include the submission by you of a CV. This sensitive personal data may include, without limitation, information relating to your racial or ethnic origin and/or information relating to your physical health and condition.
We only gather information relating to your physical health and condition to assess whether a particular training course or employment opportunity is appropriate for you. In relation to details of racial or ethnic origin, we do not request this information from you directly nor do we require it in connection with any job application; however it is from time to time included in CVs obtained from individuals who make enquiries in relation to an employment opportunity. Any obtained sensitive personal data will not be retained longer than necessary.
The information provided by you when completing any online or telephone booking form will be shared with the course tutor who will be provided with the information regarding each training course participant.
Any information contained in CVs submitted by you or other information submitted in connection with any employment opportunities will be treated with the strictest of confidence. This information including, without limitation, CVs and job application forms, will be shared with interested third party clients of TTM Healthcare and other prospective employers in an effort to obtain new employment opportunities for you.
We may also use aggregate information and statistics for the purposes of monitoring Website usage in order to help us develop and improve the Website and our services (including our training courses) and may provide such aggregate information to third parties. These statistics will not include information that can be used to identify any individual.
We may contact you by post, email and telephone about our services (including training courses and/or employment opportunities) and other events involving or relating to TTM Healthcare which may be of interest to you. You also have the right to ask us to stop processing your personal data for direct marketing purposes. If you wish to exercise this right you should send us an email to email@example.com with a header that says “Unsubscribe”.
Any person we hold personal data about has a right to request a copy of such personal data (for which we may charge a small fee) and to correct any inaccuracies in such information.
5. Your consent
By submitting your information you consent to the use of, and the sharing by us of that information as set out in this policy. By submitting information in relation to persons for whom you submit booking requests for training courses, on whose behalf you make enquiries in relation to employment opportunities and/or on whose behalf you apply for a job or other vacancy you also confirm that you are authorised by each such person to consent to the use of, and the sharing of that information as set out in this policy and so consent.
6. How to contact TTM Healthcare
TTM Healthcare are delighted to have picked up the award for the UK’s Specialist Recruitment Company of the Year at the 2017 Recruitment International Awards in London. The award was announced at a gala awards ceremony in London where the UK’s leading recruitment professionals gathered. This accolade recognises TTM’s award winning service to our clients and candidates which is reflected in our 95% client and 93% candidate retention rates. It also acknowledges our expert knowledge in the industry and our unique offering to our clients with innovative recruitment solutions. Commenting on the win, TTM CEO Brian Crowley said: “as a specialist healthcare recruiter, we are critically aware of our clients’ requirements for short-term, ground-breaking solutions as international healthcare recruitment continues to be a pressing need in the current geo-political landscape. This requires us to continually innovate, keeping our gaze forward so that we can continue to provide direct channels to leading healthcare roles for our candidates, and cultivate the finest talent pools from which our clients can choose.” Discover The Possibilities Explore how TTM Healthcare’s award-winning services can meet your recruitment needs: Call us on 020 7100 3232 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Company Bio TTM Healthcare is a specialist health and care recruitment company established in 2002. Now recruiting highly skilled medical professionals from all over the world, TTM has offices in London and Preston, as well as Ireland. A leading framework supplier to the National Health Service, TTM Healthcare was the ‘UK Recruitment Agency of the Year’ finalist (Recruiter Awards 2015), Public Sector Agency of the Year (Recruiter Awards 2016), and Professional Services Agency of the Year (Recruiter Awards 2016 & 2017). We are also proud to be recognised as a Recruitment International Top 500 company.
The TTM family were thrilled to present local children charity, The Clare Crusaders, with our fundraising cheque of close to €4,000 at our Ennis HQ earlier this week! We chose this fantastic local organisation as our Charity of the Year in recognition of the essential services it provides to young children with autism and cerebral palsy. Founded in 2007, it provides free therapy and specialist treatment to over 350 children with special needs in Co. Clare but receives no state funding, so it relies on fundraising efforts to keep the service going at a cost of over €250,000 each year. Our teams get creative Our teams outdid themselves this year, holding a number of special events throughout the year to raise vital funds, including: A Euro 2016 Sweepstake A sponsored 'Cycle the Mississippi River' challenge Halloween costume & Christmas Jumper competitions A Pancake Tuesday sale Random Acts of Kindness Day Brian Crowley, CEO of TTM Healthcare said: “We’re thrilled to be able to present our neighbouring charity, The Clare Crusaders, with this year’s team fundraising efforts. The staff worked tirelessly to keep the momentum going as we share the charity’s vision in enhancing the lives of people with disabilities and we are proud to support the vital services they provide to our local community here in Ennis. We wish the charity continued success in 2017 and beyond.” TTM in the community For more information on TTM Healthcare's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities, call us on 1890 88 20 66 or email email@example.com
The social care landscape is changing: the future of elderly care will now be in people’s own homes and, with that, comes a growing need for homecare nurses. Too often, a negative attitude of elderly care nursing prevails – that it can be a landing spot for less qualified nurses. However, this profession is one that should be highly valued, combining a set of key skills and qualities that are essential to delivering the quality care that allows people to age with dignity. Here are five that we consider to be essential to this role: Respect for the Elderly As people age and start to lose control of their faculties, it can be easy to lose sight of their individuality – who they see themselves as; their place in their world; their hobbies and interests. Faced with daily challenges of sensory loss, memory impairment, and physical disability, it can be an unenviable task for a nurse to get through to the person inside, to make them feel recognised and valid. Tremendous patience, determination and kindness is required. Powers of Assessment A good elderly care nurse will possess keen powers of observation, and be adept at assessing the subtle signs of a person’s deterioration or improvement. They will be skilled at assessing and caring for their psychological and social well-being, determining what the individual needs to continue to derive enjoyment from life. Communication Skills The ability to communicate is crucial to any healthcare role, but particularly for those working with the elderly, who so often have retreated into an inner world, or are suffering from dementia or Alzheimers. To tune into and decipher a patient’s needs in such circumstances is a particular skill, even a gift, and something that can greatly ease the confusion and disorientation experienced by elderly patients. Creativity Not a skill that is immediately associated with the healthcare professions, creativity is a trait that is becoming more and more useful for nurses in this field. For an elderly care nurse dedicated to improving her patient’s quality of life, thinking outside the box can present new ways to divert and engage them, and introduce a welcome change of rhythm to their daily routines. Flexible Approach Older people generally fall at the mercy of other people’s schedules as they grow increasingly dependent, whether they are residents of a nursing home, or being cared for by a family member. With this comes a huge loss of personal freedom and individualism, leading to depression for many. Being conscious of this, and allowing some flexibility and freedom of choice wherever possible, can improve a person’s quality of life dramatically. By simply involving a person in small daily decisions, such as what they will wear or eat, enables them to still feel some semblance of control in their own life. As our Baby Boomer population approaches old age, and the average age expectancy continuing to rise, there will be more need than ever for elderly care nurses with a genuine passion for what they do. Despite the challenges, the rewards for both nurses and their patients are great. There can be no finer profession than to enable another person to preserve their dignity, individuality and self-esteem for as long as possible. Speak to Us Today To speak to a member of our Nursing Division about Elderly Care Nurse positions across the country, contact us today for more information. T: 1890 88 20 66 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org