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Jul 17

I Care Ambassadors can help you attract and recruit more young people

I Care...Ambassadors is a great way to promote careers in social care to students in local schools and colleges this GCSE and A level results day.

Date: Monday 31 July 2017
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Jul 17

Recruiting more graduates into adult social care roles

Graduates can inject fresh thinking into your organisation, and we share our top tips to help you attract high quality graduates to your organisation.

Date: Monday 24 July 2017
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Jul 17

Adult social care workforce continues to grow

New analysis from Skills for Care shows the adult social care workforce continues to grow with 1.45 million people now offering care and support in communities and services across England.

Date: Thursday 20 July 2017
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Jul 17

Graduating to new ideas

Social care organisations looking to inject some fresh thinking can now apply to host a graduate during our Graduate Management programme, starting in January.

Date: Monday 17 July 2017
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Jul 17

Young people in social care: the current situation and future demand

In the lead up to GCSE and A-level results day we'll have lots of tips and advice to help social care employers attract and recruit more young people.

Date: Monday 17 July 2017
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