Get involved in our work

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We work with care organisations, people who need care and support and carers, and other partners to make sure our activities reflect their needs.

Whether you are part of a large care provider, a new business expanding into social care or a person who directly employs a personal assistant, there are many opportunities where you can contribute to our on-going work.

You can get involved by taking part in research, responding to consultations, providing case study examples, commenting on draft products, co-producing new policies or agreeing to be a study site.

All our consultations and research projects are promoted in our fortnightly enewsletter. Sign up to our mailing list so you don’t miss out on new opportunities.

Current opportunities to get involved

Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) call for evidence: the economic and social impacts of the UK’s exit from the EU

The Government has commissioned the MAC to advise on the impacts of the UK’s exit from the EU and how the UK’s immigration system should be aligned with a modern industrial strategy.

They’re seeking views and evidence from anyone with relevant knowledge, expertise or experience to help inform their response. This includes businesses, employers, recruiters, academics and representative bodies.

Read more about the call for evidence, including questions they’d like to know and how to submit your responses. There's also a briefing paper outlining some preliminary analysis of the UK labour market and other countries's migrations systems.

 

Becoming an associate

We’re looking for people or companies who can demonstrate:

  • significant experience in the social care sector
  • experience in learning and development
  • experience of managing services, teams or projects
  • knowledge of the role of Skills for Care
  • engagement with social care employers and key stakeholders.

We’d like to work with those who have a commitment to ensuring:

  • equality of opportunity within your working practice
  • involvement of people who need care and support and carer participation in project work.

For further details and an application pack, please email associates@skillsforcare.org.uk or call us on 0113 241 0973.

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