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Jun 19

New website launches to support the digital skills of the adult social care sector

Launching today, Digital Social Care is a new dedicated space run by social care providers for social care providers. It provides advice, tools and support to the sector on technology and data protection.

Date: Thursday 27 June 2019
Jun 19

New guide addresses the importance of succession planning

With at least 10,000 registered managers retiring in the next 15 years, Skills for Care's new succession planning guide will help adult social care employers plan for their next generation of leaders.

Date: Monday 24 June 2019
Jun 19

Response to Interim NHS People Plan published today

Interim CEO Andy Tilden responds to today's Interim NHS People Plan.

Date: Monday 3 June 2019
May 19

Applications now open for the Workforce Development Innovation Fund

The Workforce Development Innovation Fund (WDIF) supports innovative projects that increase the skills and knowledge of workers to improve the quality of care provided. The fund is now open for applications and will close at 1pm 28 June 2019.

Date: Friday 31 May 2019
May 19

First statement of role, knowledge and skills for registered nurses in social care launched

For the first time a statement of role, knowledge and skills for the 42,000 registered nurses working in social care has been launched.

Date: Wednesday 8 May 2019
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