CHL's installation team praised

News ID: 100

The following quote came from Barbara Ullyart – Deputy manager at Pinfold Lane day centre following the recent installation of the new EMS system: ”Grateful thanks to Computing Help Limited for the exceptional database system set up at our day centre. This has been tailored to our specification, is now up and running and has made our work so much easier, giving us immediate access to reports, statistics and service user information. There is even a facility to enable us to add photographs to care plans and medication records It is very user friendly with all aspects carefully and ingeniously covered to the last detail. CHL’s staff and support network are excellent with extra training offered if and when required.”

21/07/2003

ASSET in July to make your troubles fly

News ID: 99

Mike and Mark, with Dave, Kevin and Claire, achieved an effortless installation of ASSET at Moorland Plastics in Barnsley. The story doesn't end there though. Mike will be back for some follow-up training and system review. Moorland Plastics are a Workstep provider and you can contact them on 01226 206 886.

18/07/2003

Disability Learning Centres Council using ETC

News ID: 98

16th of July 2003 was the big day at DLCC and everything went smoothly. Not only was ETC installed but all of DLCC's data had been imported into the system so that by midday on 16th July they were up and running. DLCC can now manage all of their training provision, membership records, correspondence and management information reporting through one system, ETC. My thanks go to Graham, Julia, Tracey, Simon and Andrew for all their help... Jim Moores, CHL. What is a Disabled Living Centre (DLC)? A Disabled (or Independent) Living Centre (DLC) is a place where you can get free and ethical information and advice about products which can increase disabled or older people's choices about how they live. At a DLC you can see and try out products and explore other solutions. Centres provide free information to people in person, by telephone, letter or email. Who are the Disabled Living Centres Council (DLCC)? DLCs are led by a national organisation called the Disabled Living Centres Council (DLCC). We aim to improve disabled and older people's access to accurate, reliable and impartial information and advice about products and equipment for easier living.

18/07/2003

<b>ASSET</b> is moving out to all 4 corners of the UK

News ID: 97

In two successive weeks ASSET was installed in Elgin and Chorley. On 24 June 2003 the CHL team installed ASSET under the supervision of Alan Weaver in Elgin. The Moray Council can now get the full benefit of using the foremost Supported Employment software developed and supported in the UK Thank you Alan and all the staff in Elgin.. Then on 3 July 2003, with the help of Stuart Nelson from Lancs Social Services IT, the team at Weldbank in Chorley became the most recent group of users of ASSET. Thank you Paul Fitzpatrick and everyone in Chorley..

04/07/2003

hugely successful installation of <b>ASSET</b>

News ID: 96

Another hugely successful installation of ASSET (Access System for Supported Employment and Training). Bill Gaskins and his team at DORSET ENTERPRISES/ESCOR TOYS Elliot Road, Bournemouth spent a very productive day with CHL's installation and Training team on 22 May 2003. By the end of the day they were happily setting up Client records and looking forward spending a full day transferring all clients from their old system. Thank you everyone at Dorset Enterprises/Escor Toys. You can contact them on Tel: 01202 577966, Fax: 01202 570049

05/06/2003

NAEP Conference Blackpool 2003

News ID: 94

The 2003 NAEP conference in Blackpool was attended by CHL as exhibitors. Also with their own stand were the DLCC. Pictured is Julia Blundell , DLCC's Training Co-ordinator. Discussions are continuing with a view to implementing CHL's Enrolment, Training and Certification at DLCC's head office in Manchester. Watch this space. What is a Disabled Living Centre (DLC)? A Disabled (or Independent) Living Centre (DLC) is a place where you can get free and ethical information and advice about products which can increase disabled or older people's choices about how they live. At a DLC you can see and try out products and explore other solutions. Centres provide free information to people in person, by telephone, letter or email. Who are the Disabled Living Centres Council (DLCC)? DLCs are led by a national organisation called the Disabled Living Centres Council (DLCC). We aim to improve disabled and older people's access to accurate, reliable and impartial information and advice about products and equipment for easier living.

05/06/2003

May 2003 - Good luck Wendy Cleary

News ID: 93

After over 37 years working in the adoption and fostering sector, Wendy Cleary from Birmingham Social Services has now retired. Everyone who has had the pleasure to know Wendy I'm sure will agree that her work has been an outstanding example to everyone involved with adoption and fostering. A special thank you from everyone at CHL for all of her invaluable contributions to the CHARMS system. Best of luck for the future. X

16/05/2003

April 2003 - ANSA Consultants seek out CHL's CRM system

News ID: 92

As well as our fast growing public sector user base CHL also offer cost-effective systems to the private sector. ANSA Consultants - a fast growing, transport planning consultancy based in Bury, Greater Manchester - asked for systems to help with time recording and other project management tasks. CHL had a system that fit the bill perfectly. And the whole process was achieved remotely. The system was electronically transferred and within a matter of days ANSA Consultants were taking advantage of the range of facilities that CHL's Customer Relationship Management system offers. For more information about ANSA-Consultants go to ANSA If you are interested in a free demonstration of any of our systems please get in touch by email at info@chl-systems.co.uk or call us on 0870 112 0421 (ask for Christine or Karen, or FAX : 0161 236 6486).

24/04/2003

April 2003 - ASSET goes live at Cheadle Royal Industries

News ID: 91

The popularity of CHL's Supported Employment and Training system, ASSET, grows with yet another installation. Interest in the ASSET system has grown hugely over the last year and Cheadle Royal Industries gave the green light to go ahead with installation just a few weeks ago. ASSET is now in use as far afield as Essex and Inverness and has now taken over from CHARMS (used by adoption and fostering agencies) as CHL's best selling system. If you are interested in a free demonstration of any of our systems please get in touch by email at info@chl-systems.co.uk or call us on 0870 112 0421 (ask for Christine or Karen, or FAX : 0161 236 6486).

24/04/2003

April 2003 - Lancashire County Council order CHARMS

News ID: 90

We are pleased to announce the Lancashire County Council are the latest authority to purchase CHARMS. One of the factors influencing their decision to purchase the system was the very positive feedback they got from the existing CHARMS user community who reported a very responsive and helpful telephone support service - thanks everyone :) CHARMS is now in use at 24 sites on over 100 computers throughout England and Wales. Local authorites, voluntary agencies and the National Adoption Register all use the system for the day to day running of both adoption and fostering teams as well as the production of detailed statistical information. If you are interested in a free demonstration of any of our systems please get in touch by email at info@chl-systems.co.uk or call us on 0870 112 0421 (ask for Christine or Karen, or FAX : 0161 236 6486).

01/04/2003