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Research reveals more about registered managers

Skills for Care’s latest research into who registered managers are and what they do has revealed new insights into one of the most influential...

How the Workforce Development Fund can help you

How the Workforce Development Fund can help you Since its launch in 2011, the Workforce Development Fund (WDF) has helped to support over 140,000 learners...

Department of Health and Social Care launches care worker recruitment pilot

The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) is launching a month-long pilot communications programme to promote jobs in the adult social care sector....

‘Double Top’ Success for retirement Village

Employees at a retirement village, near Darlington have been celebrating after the announcement of two major achievements and successes. This spring, Middleton Hall Retirement Village...

Meet the highest standards of care with Skills for Care’s ‘Good and outstanding care guide’

Skills for Care supports providers to create a well-led, skilled and valued adult social care workforce.   The updated ‘Good and outstanding care guide’ is ideal...

Recruiting for values, not qualifications, can help you find more of the right people

Skills for Care is working with four local initiatives that put values, individuality, diversity and life experience at the heart of adult social care...

Seeing the potential in people can boost your recruitment

Some people face barriers to moving into work, and not everyone has recent experience or qualifications to support them. However, people from all kinds...

Local project inspires young people into social care in Lincoln and Skegness

Skills for Care funded a local project that supported 17-24 year olds from a range of backgrounds to do a work-based social care placement....

Care Management Group wins top award for best employee

Care Management Group (CMG) is celebrating, after it was named winner of a prestigious Skills For Care Accolade award – recognising its commitment to...

The power of networks in adult social care

Good managers and leaders in social care are committed to embedding best practice through engaging with their peers, sharing information and growing their knowledge....

Dept. of Health & Social Care launches consultation on care workforce

A consultation which will focus on the adult social care workforce has been launched by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) in...

How can adult social care employers get involved in National Careers Week 2018?

National Careers and Apprenticeship week will be taking place between 05 and 09 March 2018. It’s a great opportunity to link up with local schools,...

Care providers- Workforce Development Fund 2018/19 now open for applications

Large national organisations and lead organisations of employer led partnerships can now apply for the Workforce Development Fund (WDF) 2018-19.   The money allows organisations to...

Bridging the gap between schools and adult social care employers- are you ready?

Are you looking to get on the radar of your local schools, colleges and University? January is the perfect time to do this, as students...

Skills for Care lunch new home for adult social care workforce intelligence

Skills for Care has launched a new, dedicated ‘Workforce Intelligence’ area on its website offering invaluable insights into the state of the adult social...

Money towards developing your employees

Would you like to be able to offer training to your staff?   If so and you’re an employer in adult social care, the Workforce Development...

I Care…Ambassadors spread the word about working in social care

A national team of I Care…Ambassadors are delivering careers events across England to inspire people to work in adult social care. Over 400 organisations...

Care providers have your say on a national recruitment campaign in adult social care

Skills for Care is asking for feedback from across adult social care, to explore how a national recruitment campaign might work for the sector. They’re...

How CPD has changed over the years, but in a good way- Skills for Care blog

The end of October marked my three year anniversary at Skills for Care. As you might expect, Skills for Care is pretty proactive in...

Claim money towards developing your employees in adult social care

You could claim money towards developing your employees If you’re an adult social care employer in England, you can claim the Workforce Development Fund (WDF)...

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