Did you know?
Please see below full details of updated eligibility for free staff vaccinations.
The Apprenticeship Levy came into force in April 2017 but a lot of us don’t know all the details.
Whether you have an apprenticeship programme already or wish to find out more about how apprenticeships can benefit your business, this event will be of interest to you. There will be a chance to hear from a local business (to be confirmed) and Skills and Learning on the apprenticeship levy and how it is working since it was introduced earlier this year.
Is your service safe?
Working together for safer services
Skills for Care working in partnership with:
•Partners in Care Bournemouth Dorset and Poole
•Cornwall Adult Health and Social Care Learning Partnership
•The Wiltshire and Swindon Care Skills Partnership
•South West ADASS
•Learn to Care
invite you to attend the second annual care summit for care providers across the South West
Nourishing the front line – Free wellbeing & resilience taster day, Monday 19 June 2017 at Hazel Hill Wood
Resilience and wellbeing skills are increasingly recognised as vital to front line staff.
Wisdom Tree team is launching its 2017/18 ‘Nourishing The Front Line programme’ with a Taster day at Hazel Hill Wood for front-line workers.
How do you plan for a CQC inspection?
Are you a provider looking to gain a higher rating or maintain and strengthen your good standards?
. . . . Then help is at hand.
In 2016, Skills for Care reviewed and updated the Lead to Succeed programme to reflect the changes within the sector and to align with our wider learning and development offer.
The revised Lead to Succeed programme is designed around the Manager Induction Standards and the specification for the Level 4 Certificate in Principles of Leadership and Management in Adult Care (Skills for Care, 2017) and will enable delegates to meet some of the learning outcomes of the MIS and start to build an evidence portfolio to develop further for their Level 4 Certificate.
Lead to Succeed can enable both aspiring and existing managers to boost their capacity to lead and manage effectively, and ensure the smooth running of adult social care services.
The Awards are designed to praise the very best people in Dementia Care.