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LEADERS PUBLISH BUSINESS CASE FOR DISRUPTIVE NEW TEACH FIRST STYLE SCHEME

LEADERS PUBLISH BUSINESS CASE FOR DISRUPTIVE NEW TEACH FIRST STYLE SCHEME

Leaders from across the social care sector and graduate recruitment have published their business case to develop a new Social Care Leaders Scheme. Building on the success of Teach First and other...
Students at Ayrshire College; Photo credit: Ayrshire College

SCOTLAND’S COLLEGES LAUNCH 1800 FUNDED SOCIAL CARE LEARNING SPACES

In response to the recruitment crisis facing social care, Scotland’s colleges have launched Introduction to a Career in Social Care, an online course designed to bring more trained candidates...
Jo Hesketh, Care UK’s Corporate Apprenticeships Manager, debunks some commonly held misconceptions about apprentices in social care in 2022.

BUSTING MYTHS ABOUT SOCIAL CARE APPRENTICES

Jo Hesketh, Care UK’s Corporate Apprenticeships Manager, debunks some commonly held misconceptions about apprentices in social care in 2022. All apprentices are young and just leaving...
HC-One celebrates National Apprenticeship Week 2022

CELEBRATING NATIONAL APPRENTICESHIP WEEK 2022

HC-One is participating in the 15th annual celebration of National Apprenticeship Week, taking place from the 7-13 February 2022.  The week brings together apprentices and organisations from...
THE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT FUND – HELPING SOCIAL CARE EMPLOYERS DEVELOP THEIR TEAMS

THE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT FUND – HELPING SOCIAL CARE EMPLOYERS DEVELOP THEIR TEAMS

Skills for Care has announced that this year’s Workforce Development Fund (WDF) is now open.  The fund, which Skills for Care distributes on behalf of the Department of Health and...
Top five health and safety considerations for care homes - iHASCO

BE PREPARED

To maintain the highest standards of health and safety, it’s vital that care workers are able to cope with any challenge that arises. Here, eLearning provider iHASCO discusses the top five...
Achieve together: career progression in the care sector

ACHIEVING TOGETHER

Susan Lee, Chief People Officer at Achieve together which is specialist provider of support for people with learning disabilities and autism, discusses career progression in the care sector and...
Hft Personalised Technology eLearning Course

E-LEARNING COURSE IN PERSONALISED TECHNOLOGY LAUNCHED

Hft, a national charity that supports adults with learning disabilities, has launched an online training course on personalised technology (PT) to raise awareness of how it can be used to help...
THE ACCESS GROUP PROVIDES APPRENTICESHIPS FUNDING FOR CARE PROVIDERS

THE ACCESS GROUP PROVIDES APPRENTICESHIPS FUNDING FOR CARE PROVIDERS

The Access Group has announced it is making £250,000 available for care providers to invest in apprenticeships and training. With Skills for Care warning that the adult social care sector...
Kelly Haddock, Trainee Nurse Associate at Belong Atherton, with a resident

BELONG PAVES THE WAY FOR NURSES WITH PILOT APPRENTICE PROGRAMME

As students prepare to return to their studies in September, Kelly Haddock, Trainee Nurse Associate at Belong Atherton, urges more young people to consider less conventional routes into a nursing...

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