Skills for Care advises on induction requirements and what qualifications can help employers to develop staff, as well as helping fund adult social care employers to cover some of the costs of qualifications. We do produce products and services that help care organisations around workforce issues, from recruitment and retention strategies and information about new ways of working that can be adapted by your business.
For those looking to work in care, we promote the best routes into the sector but we do not recruit for other employers or Apprenticeships. Please note that we do not deliver training or promote, accredit or directly fund training companies.
To learn more about Skills for Care and how we can help you, see the What we do page or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0113 241 1275
Skills for Care produces the certificates for training providers once Apprenticeship qualifications are complete. Our Apprenticeship certification team should be contacted if you wish to arrange a new certificate, have questions related to them or wish make payment for them. Please e-mail email@example.com
To contact the National Minimum Data Set for Social Care (NMDS-SC) support service for help with all queries regarding registering, updating and accessing your NMDS-SC account please call 0845 873 0129 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can contact our marketing team If you require any of the documents on our website in an alternative format. Also if you have any website related queries, you are encountering technical problems or would like to give us some feedback on our website - please contact email@example.com
For media enquiries please contact our Media & Public Affairs Manager Paul Clarke on 0113 241 1297 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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We are delighted to receive feedback about how our work is helping you but we also like to know where we can do things better. When we get something wrong, we need to know so that we can put it right.
For more information see our feedback page.