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Jun 18

Workforce Development Fund now open for 2018-19

Claim money towards the cost of adult social care employees completing qualifications and learning programmes.

Date: Friday 15 June 2018
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Jun 18

What do 'good' and 'outstanding' rated services look like?

This #excellenceincare month we want to share the characteristics of services rated 'good' and 'outstanding', to help you prepare for inspection and improve your service.

Date: Monday 11 June 2018
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Jun 18

Volunteering and social care: Volunteers' Week 2018

This Volunteer's Week we'd like to say a big thank you to all the volunteers in adult social care.

Date: Tuesday 5 June 2018
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Jun 18

Adult social care employers contribute £46 billion to the UK economy

Adult social care employers contribute £46.2 billion to the UK economy according to a new report published today.

Date: Tuesday 5 June 2018
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Jun 18

Adult social care employers contribute £38 billion to the English economy

Adult social care employers contribute £38.5 billion to the English economy according to a new report published today. 'The Economic Value of the Adult Social Care Sector – England' report was commissioned by Skills for Care and Development who wanted to find out the extent of the economic impact of a growing sector offering services in more than 40,000 sites across England creating 1.5 million job roles.

Date: Tuesday 5 June 2018
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