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

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Oct 19

Update on the Leader in Adult Care apprenticeship

The eagerly awaited Leader in Adult Care apprenticeship is now close to being available for employers to use in the workplace, subject to the Minister signing off the agreed funding band of £7,000 in early November.

Date: Friday 18 October 2019
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Oct 19

New CPD programmes launched for managers and future leaders in social care

Skills for Care has launched three continuing professional development (CPD) modules to develop the skills and knowledge of managers and future leaders in care services.

Date: Wednesday 16 October 2019
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Oct 19

Skills for Care responds to CQC's 'State of Care' report

Skills for Care Interim CEO Andy Tilden responds to the new CQC report.

Date: Tuesday 15 October 2019
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Oct 19

Graduate Management learners keen to pass on the baton

The eighth cohort of health and social care Graduate Management learners have now completed and are keen to put into practice all the skills they have developed on their demanding one-year programme.

Date: Monday 14 October 2019
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Oct 19

Get involved in our research about annual health checks for people with a learning disability

Skills for Care is doing a short survey to find out why some people with a learning disability are more likely to access a free annual health check than others.

Date: Friday 11 October 2019
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