Neighbourhood & community skills
'Neighbourhood workforce planning' and 'community skills development' are models that can empower local people to understand how the skills they have can be enhanced and shared to ensure that those who need care and support in their neighbourhood can continue to be active and empowered local citizens.
Skills for Care is working with employers to develop evidence-based practice to influence and support workforce re-modelling that challenges and supports the workforce into working differently.
In this section...
- 'Only a footstep away?' and practical help with neighbourhood work
- Early adopters programme
- Case studies
- Online learning community
The Guardian Public Health Partnerzone
To see Skills for Care's work on Neighbourhood & Community Skills showcased on the Partnerzone hub on the Guardian's website please click on the link below:
The Guardian roundtable discussion
In June 2011 Skills for Care hosted a roundtable discussion with The Guardian looking at how we can capitalise on community skills. This discussion was reported in The Guardian on 29 June 2011.
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