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Apr 17

Let's bust some myths around our data

Wednesday 12 April 2017

Let's bust some myths around our data Gillian McCormack, Programme Head in the Workforce Intelligence team at Skills for Care talks about why we can be confident in our sector's main source of data.

Mar 17


Tuesday 28 March 2017

Andy Tilden, Skills for Care's Director of Sector Development, reflects on some potentially life-changing news; and what really matters to people, regardless of which part of the health and social care system they find themselves in.

Mar 17

Celebrating World Social Work Day

Tuesday 21 March 2017

On World Social Work Day our CEO Sharon Allen reflects on the brilliant and life changing work social workers do.

Mar 17

There's more than one way to recruit and retain your workforce

Tuesday 14 March 2017

Jim Thomas, Programme head for workforce innovation reflects from his innovative approaches to recruiting and retaining workers workshop at the Skills for Care annual conference 2017.

Mar 17

Celebrating our brilliant apprentices

Wednesday 8 March 2017

Our CEO, Sharon Allen, reflects on how Apprenticeships have become such a success story for adult social care.

Mar 17

In between watching the cricket

Monday 6 March 2017

Dave Griffiths reflects on his career since joining Skills for Care and how far data analysis in social care has come

Feb 17

A Matter of Time 2

Thursday 23 February 2017

Skills for Care Fellow and Chief Executive of Eden Valley and Jigsaw hospices in Cumbria, Bill Mumford, shares some thoughts on Sharon's recent visit.

Feb 17

A Matter of Time

Wednesday 22 February 2017

Our CEO Sharon Allen reflects on her visit to Eden Valley and Jigsaw hospices in Cumbria.

Feb 17

Nurturing the best young talent

Monday 13 February 2017

Helen Wilcox, CEO of Woodford homecare and Skills for Care Vice Chair talks about recruiting and developing the best young talent.

Feb 17

It's time to claim back some money

Monday 13 February 2017

A blog by Cori Lowe about why adult social care employers should claim money towards the cost of employees completing social care qualifications.

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