Events

Events coming up

Details of all upcoming events and how you can book your place are listed below.. 

They provide you with an opportunity to find out more about a particular area of interest and how we can support you, as well as offering networking opportunities

You can also search for events in your local area and by topic.

If you are interested in one of the events below but it doesn’t run in your area, please register your interest.


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Feb 19

Department of Health and Social Care's national recruitment campaign for adult social care workshop

Department of Health and Social Care's national recruitment campaign for adult social care workshop
Date: Monday 18 February 2019 Location: Doncaster

Working in adult social care is rewarding, unique and makes a difference every single day which is why we invite you to get involved with the Department of Health and Social Care's national recruitment campaign for adult social care and join us at this event. You'll learn what the campaign is, how to use the campaign materials and what you, as an employer, can get out of it to help you with your recruitment challenges.

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Feb 19

Supporting individual employers and personal assistants

Supporting individual employers and personal assistants
Date: Tuesday 19 February 2019 Location: Doncaster

If you support  individuals who employ their own personal assistants through a direct payment, personal health budget or self-funded, come along to this free Skills for Care event. The events will offer the opportunity to network and share best practice with other people in the sector and to address some of the main challenges and issues that individual employers and supporting organisations face.

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Feb 19

Become a confident mentor in adult social care workshop

Become a confident mentor in adult social care workshop
Date: Tuesday 26 February 2019 Location: Preston

This workshop is for anyone working in adult social care who would either like to train to become a mentor or is interested in setting up a mentoring programme in their organisation.

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Feb 19

Improving the lives of people with learning disabilities and/or autistic people who have or may offend

Improving the lives of people with learning disabilities and/or autistic people who have or may offend
Date: Wednesday 27 February 2019 Location: Taunton

This event is for adult social care providers who support people with learning disabilities and/or autistic people who have or are at risk of offending. You'll get the opportunity to network with colleagues from agencies and other provider organisations in your area. You'll hear about the processes and responsibilities of different agencies across the county, and debate some of the challenges of delivering good care and support to people at risk of entering the Criminal Justice System.

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Feb 19

Supporting individual employers and personal assistants

Supporting individual employers and personal assistants
Date: Wednesday 27 February 2019 Location: Durham

If you support  individuals who employ their own personal assistants through a direct payment, personal health budget or self-funded, come along to this free Skills for Care event. The events will offer the opportunity to network and share best practice with other people in the sector and to address some of the main challenges and issues that individual employers and supporting organisations face.

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Feb 19

Department of Health and Social Care's national recruitment campaign for adult social care workshop

Department of Health and Social Care's national recruitment campaign for adult social care workshop
Date: Thursday 28 February 2019 Location: Durham

Working in adult social care is rewarding, unique and makes a difference every single day which is why we invite you to get involved with the Department of Health and Social Care's national recruitment campaign for adult social care and join us at this event. You'll learn what the campaign is, how to use the campaign materials and what you, as an employer, can get out of it to help you with your recruitment challenges.

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Mar 19

Department of Health and Social Care's national recruitment campaign for adult social care workshop

Department of Health and Social Care's national recruitment campaign for adult social care workshop
Date: Monday 4 March 2019 Location: Newark

Working in adult social care is rewarding, unique and makes a difference every single day which is why we invite you to get involved with the Department of Health and Social Care's national recruitment campaign for adult social care and join us at this event. You'll learn what the campaign is, how to use the campaign materials and what you, as an employer, can get out of it to help you with your recruitment challenges.

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Mar 19

Department of Health and Social Care's national recruitment campaign for adult social care workshop

Department of Health and Social Care's national recruitment campaign for adult social care workshop
Date: Monday 4 March 2019 Location: Maidstone

Working in adult social care is rewarding, unique and makes a difference every single day which is why we invite you to get involved with the Department of Health and Social Care's national recruitment campaign for adult social care and join us at this event. You'll learn what the campaign is, how to use the campaign materials and what you, as an employer, can get out of it to help you with your recruitment challenges.

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Mar 19

Skills for Care roadshow

Skills for Care roadshow
Date: Tuesday 5 March 2019 Location: Wolverhampton

The Skills for Care Midlands team are running a series of interactive roadshows aimed at adult social care employers. Come along to learn about a range of topics from our team of sector experts.

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Mar 19

Getting Started with values and behaviours-based recruitment and retention

Getting Started with values and behaviours-based recruitment and retention
Date: Tuesday 5 March 2019 Location: Tees Valley

We'd like to invite you to this half-day workshop to help you get started with values and behaviours-based recruitment and retention. We know this approach works – employers who used a values and behaviours-based approach to their recruitment reported a lower staff turnover, higher quality care and a positive return on investment.

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