Interested in care, but no hands-on experience? No problem!

Hub Care Support franchise

Hub Care Support

Your Choice, Your Care, Your Hub - CQC registration is NOT required for this proven business

Join the care sector as a business owner, without the usual high investment. Minimum Cash Required: £10,000

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hub-care-support-james-natashaAs a franchise committed to the very highest standards in Care for all service users who engage their Personal Assistants, Hub Care Support has always been keen to recruit the very best to its network. In the past, they have focused on prospective franchisees who already have considerable experience in the Care sector, but that’s all changing with their new franchisee training programme. 

Whatever your level of Care experience, a Hub Care Support franchise gives you everything you need to succeed 

By offering you an extra 3.5 days of in-depth training in “Mandatory Care Skills” covering 19 key subjects, Hub Care Support will ensure you have all their extensive experience and expertise at your fingertips.  

So, whether you are someone who has only just started their Care journey, or just someone who recognises the huge potential of the Hub Care Support franchise as a business model, they’ve got you covered. You’ll gain a better understanding of how the industry works, and develop a deeper appreciation of how self-employed Personal Assistants work and what they need.  

So, the most important things that make a great Hub Care Support franchisee are: 

  • At least a basic understanding and interest or experience of Care 
  • A caring and compassionate nature 
  • Most importantly, be willing and able to learn new skills  

What makes Hub Care Support so special?  

Remember, Hub Care Support is not a Care agency! Instead, they’re a professional introduction service which matches service users with the right Personal Assistant for their individual needs. 

  • A pioneering model of care which has been perfected over more than 10 years 
  • Higher wages and no zero contracts – all PAs are self-employed 
  • Greater personal connection and consistency between service users & their PAs 

The Hub Care Support franchise is all about empowerment – empowering service users, empowering Carers, and above all, empowering you as a franchisee.  

So, how can you get involved? 

Well, the first step is to schedule a call with me. I’ll be able to answer any questions that you have and take you through all the key points. This is absolutely not a sales call – there’ll be no pressure or hard sell – I just want to help you decide if you’re ready to have a more in-depth chat with the Hub Care Support team. 

James and Natasha are a fantastic pair, who have an infectious and enthusiastic passion for Hub Care Support – and for good reason! If you decide to meet them, you’ll soon see why this is one of the UK’s most exciting new franchises. 

James Ritchie has worked in Care since he left school at 16. Seeing how the industry was crying out for a new way of doing things, he was inspired to co-found Hub Care Support in 2012. 

Natasha Dorling comes from a background in HR & Recruitment, but found her true calling when she moved into Care. Having worked as a Hub Care PA herself, she has a unique insight into all aspects of the franchise.  

Ready to get the ball rolling? 

Simply schedule a call with me using the button above called "REQUEST INFORMATION".

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