CareMalta has been offering healthcare-related courses since 2010. The CareMalta Academy was established in 2015 to administer all the courses previously organized directly by CareMalta. The Academy is the exclusive provider of City & Guilds healthcare-related qualifications in Malta.
CareMalta has 25 years’ worth of experience operating in the healthcare sector, with a particular focus on the field of elderly care. We employ over 1,000 full and part-time professional and support staff. The CareMalta Academy serves as a feeder insitution providing CareMalta and other players in the market with the human resources they need. It also provides the student with the opportunity to study and get recognized qualifications, facilitating their route to gainful employment and a rewarding career in this sector in Malta, or abroad.
Malta is a small island but this fact offers many advantages. It is relatively cheap, quick and easy to get around the island, especially with the many direct bus routes to and from various bus termini, including one situated opposite the Academy’s building.
THE FACES OF THE ACADEMY
The Principal of the Academy is Mr Charlo Bonnici, who is also the (parent company) Vassallo Group’s Director of HR and Communications. He is assisted by Ms Christabelle Tabone, who is the Executive Administrator. The Precincts Officer is Mr Lawrence Sultana.
The Academy employs a number of distinguished lecturers in various academic subjects.
The next City & Guilds Diploma course in Healthcare will commence in January 2019. Applications are now being received. Appointments should be booked by contacting Ms Christabelle Tabone by calling 00356 2258 4200 / 00356 2143 2333 (extension number 219) or via email at: email@example.com.
This Award in Leadership and Management is designed for new and aspiring middle managers, who wish to develop and grow professional management skills including problem solving and decision-making, performance management, managing team dynamics, delegation and motivation .
This course introduces you to the world of Healthcare. Students undertaking this course will be learning the principles and common practices used in this field. This 3 month course is a requirement for those aspiring to start a career as care-workers.
A knowledge of basic Maltese is useful when working in the Maltese Elderly and Health Care system. CareMalta Academy offers a course in basic Maltese. To obtain more information about this and all other courses, please contact Ms Tabone.
At the end of each course the Academy holds graduation courses in which successful students are presented with their course certificate. It is also an occasion where students meet each other in a relaxed setting and mix with tutors, academy staff as well as top CareMalta officials including the Chief Executive, Natalie Briffa Farrugia. We ensure that this occasion is a fitting closure to the students successful journey at the Academy and maybe the start of the next one towards another educational milestone.