About Us

Inspire Training was established in 2019 to support its sister company Insignia Healthcare Group Ltd. We created a specialist training course to assist Insignia with their challenging behaviour clients, which was then successfully developed to support Norfolk County Council.

Inspire Training’s mission is that all healthcare and individual care providers should have easy access to affordable quality training.

What sets us apart from other healthcare training providers is our varied training team. They are highly experienced within the care industry and collectively they cover adult and children’s nursing, complex care, learning disability’s, challenging behaviours, elderly and dementia care, End of life, children and young people’s services.

As part of our organisation, Inspire Training Group has access to experienced Registered Adults/Children’s Nurses and a Paramedic who oversees our clinical based courses.

Our Inspire Training Team

Sammy Parker

Our Group Training Lead Sammy Parker started her career in Health and Social care in 2011 initially working for a domiciliary agency, during this time Sammy realised her passion was supporting the older person, and especially dementia care.

After joining Norse Care Sammy went on to become a Team Leader and specialised in Dementia care and Moving and Handling. Sammy also attained her Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care Children and Young Peoples Services (England) (Adults Advanced Practice) (2017).

Since joining Insignia Healthcare Sammy has extended her qualifications to include AET level 3

Sammy is driven and committed to see others be their best in Health and Social care, offering unwavering support and training to empower HCA’s to be confident and competent in their roles.

Out of work Sammy is a keen archer and has represented the county of Norfolk at National competitions, she has held club and county committee positions for Safeguarding and Welfare Officer and is currently learning the art of Clay Shooting.

Jonny Waterhouse

Jonny started his career in health and social care in 2013, working in psychiatric hospitals with learning disabilities and mental health presentations across various settings including: Children and adolescents, low secure, medium secure, psychiatric intensive care, acute assessment, and forensic services.

Graduating with his BSc (hons) in Paramedic science in 2019, he worked as a paramedic & then senior paramedic educator with the East of England ambulance service trust.

After then working at the University of East Anglia (UEA) as a lecturer in paramedic science Jonny joined Insignia healthcare in 2023.

He is passionate about clinical education and mental health. In his personal life he enjoys Muay Thai kickboxing and competed professionally from the age of 21.