Employment Advisors

Our resources will help you to promote careers in social care. Our information and resources are tailored to employment advisors promote social care as a positive career choice.

With lots of different roles and plenty of opportunities to progress, social care is a great choice for people who are thinking about their career. The adult social care sector will need up to 520,000 more workers by 2035 to meet growing demand for care and support.  

Supporting resources

Choosing care as a career presentation

This is a presentation that can be used to share with anyone that may be interested in knowing more about working in adult social care. It will explicitly address some of the myths that prevail about the incentives and conditions of working in the sector. It will also give an outline to the career and development opportunities available along with some resources for people to further explore.

Download the presentation.


CRG Homecare stories

Meet Molly and Connor - they tell us what it's like working in the rewarding world of adult social care and supporting people like Martin, who describes the impact their support has had in helping him to live an independent life. These videos were created in collaboration with CRG Homecare.




A rewarding career

An introduction into what adult social care is and why it’s such an important job. It looks at where you could work and who you could be working with and highlights why people love working in care.


What it's really like

Hear some of the common myths and assumptions about working in care. Look at career journeys and pathways, how to apply for jobs and the many benefits of working in adult social care.


What to expect

Help people applying for jobs in the sector know what to expect where distance recruitment is being used. It includes the different technologies that might be used, how to keep your information safe and help to prepare for a virtual interview.

Leaflets and posters

We have a range of leaflets and posters that can be downloaded to help you promote careers in social care.