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

    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 for providers who want to achieve or sustain a good or outstanding CQC rating. The guide also includes the recent changes to the Care Quality Commissions (CQC’s) inspection approach […]

    1st May 2018 | By | Reply More
    Recruiting for values, not qualifications, can help you find more of the right people

    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 recruitment.   Jeanine Willoughby, Project Manager at Skills for Care says: “Recruitment should be about talent, not background. To meet the growing demand for workers, social care employers need innovative ways […]

    25th April 2018 | By | Reply More
    The Social Care Commitment – Improving public confidence in social care

    The Social Care Commitment – Improving public confidence in social care

    The Social Care Commitment is two years old. Since its launch, 3,000 social care employers have signed the sector’s promise to deliver high quality social care. Of those 3,000 employers, many are reporting that the commitment is helping them raise their CQC ratings and induct new care staff. 85% of signed up employers surveyed said […]

    19th October 2015 | By | Reply More
    Moving Up BAME programme created to support black, Asian and minority backgrounds develop leadership skills

    Moving Up BAME programme created to support black, Asian and minority backgrounds develop leadership skills

    To support those from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds to develop the skills they need to progress to top leadership positions, Skills for Care, home of the National Skills Academy for Social Care, has developed the Moving Up BAME programme. The programme offers an innovative approach based on a series of learning networks, […]

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