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The latest news, press releases and an archive of past news items are available below.

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Please contact Paul Clarke, our Media and Public Affairs Manager at:
paul.clarke@skillsforcare.org.uk or call 0113 241 1297 or 07540 542495.

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Mar 17

New resources to support disabled people into work in adult social care

We're urging more adult social care and health employers to support disabled people into employment, and have worked with other leading organisations to develop guidance to help.

Date: Thursday 16 March 2017
10
Mar 17

Skills for Care's Accolades winners announced.

The winners of the Skills for Care Accolades awards celebrating innovation and excellence in adult social workforce development have been announced.

Date: Friday 10 March 2017
21
Feb 17

National Commissioning Now programme launched

Following on from the successful regional bespoke Commissioning Now programmes we have launched a national programme.

Date: Tuesday 21 February 2017
14
Feb 17

Preparing you for the levy

The levy is fast approaching and with this morning's announcement, much more of a reality for those employers it affects. However at Skills for Care we are saying: Don't dread the levy, prepare instead!

Date: Tuesday 14 February 2017
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Feb 17

New mental health framework will increase quality and consistency of care

We're pleased to launch a new 'Core Skills Education and Training Framework' for the mental health workforce, with the aim of increasing the quality and consistency of care in mental health services.

Date: Thursday 2 February 2017
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