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COVID-19 guidance from other agencies

Key guidance from the government and other agencies in the fight against COVID-19.

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Wellbeing

Heart in handsSupporting the good health and wellbeing of yourself and the social care workforce is so important. Access a range of supporting resources from trusted partners on the new workforce wellbeing resource finder.

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Skills for Care reflects on the year with 2021 highlights campaign

Skills for Care reflects on the year with 2021 highlights campaign
Article posted on Monday 6 December 2021

We'll be looking back at 2021 activity to support the adult social care workforce to lead, deliver and grow – including the launch of new projects, reports, and guidance, new additions to our website, and the development of our new four-year strategy.

Four ways you can use ASC-WDS to see how you compare to similar providers

Four ways you can use ASC-WDS to see how you compare to similar providers
Article posted on Thursday 2 December 2021

Our Adult Social Care Workforce Data Set (ASC-WDS) provides a wide range of benefits for social care providers – from managing training records to providing access to funding.

How your data and insights have been used to shape sector decisions this year

How your data and insights have been used to shape sector decisions this year
Article posted on Tuesday 30 November 2021

The data collected in ASC-WDS underpins Skills for Care's annual workforce reports, including our recently released 'State of the social care sector and workforce in England' report.

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Adult Social Care White Paper – People at the Heart of Care

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Skills for Care CEO Oonagh Smyth responds to the announcement of the 10-year vision for Adult Social Care white paper.
Date:
Wednesday 1 December 2021

Skills for Care appoint John Coughlan CBE as their new Chair of Trustees

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John is an experienced leader and has led both adult and children's social care. As Chief Executive of Hampshire County Council, he offered high-quality service delivery and financial stability and successfully led the council through the pandemic.
Date:
Thursday 18 November 2021

Skills for Care response to DHSC national recruitment campaign

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The Department of Health and Social Care has this week launched their national recruitment campaign 'Made with care' highlighting the rewards of working in social care. Hear what our CEO Oonagh Smyth has to say.
Date:
Friday 5 November 2021
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