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The latest news, press releases and an archive of past news items are available here along with the latest editions of Care magazine and our fortnightly enews bulletin.

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Sep 14

Refreshed Recruitment and Retention Strategy launched

Refreshed Recruitment and Retention Strategy launched

A refreshed adult social care workforce Recruitment and Retention Strategy created by the sector for the sector has been launched.

Date: Wednesday 10 September 2014
03
Sep 14

Skills for Care and National Skills Academy welcome Demos report

Skills for Care and National Skills Academy have welcomed the Demos' Commission on Residential Care report published today.

Date: Wednesday 3 September 2014
30
Jul 14

New animation to promote I Care...Ambassadors

New animation to promote I Care...Ambassadors

This animation focusing on the purpose of I Care…Ambassadors, who should sign up and the benefits to the sector. It also provides an overview of the Principles and Policy to ensure employers and their staff are fully aware of their roles, responsibilities and the commitment they are making by signing up to deliver I Care...Ambassador activity

Date: Wednesday 30 July 2014
28
Jul 14

Dame Moira Gibb appointed as Chair Designate for Skills for Care and the National Skills Academy for Social Care

Following the recent merger between Skills for Care and the National Skills Academy for Social Care (the Skills Academy), a competitive process to select a new Chair from November has been completed. The Chair Designate, Dame Moira Gibb, will succeed Professor David Croisdale Appleby, who will have served the maximum two three-year terms as Chair of Skills for Care in November 2014.

Date: Monday 28 July 2014
23
Jul 14

Joint Improvement Programme workshops - Learning Together

Joint Improvement Programme workshops - Learning Together

Are you responsible for helping someone return to their home area from an inpatient setting, or for helping someone stay in their own community? This could be (but not limited to) family carers, social workers, peer advocates or nurses. If so, we invite you to take part in a series of workshops where you can share your experiences, the challenges you have faced, and any solutions you have come up with.

Date: Wednesday 23 July 2014
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