The worked examples aim to cover a range of individuals and situations to reflect people you might support through the transforming care programme.
They explain what ‘workforce’ that person might need, what their learning and development needs are and how much this might cost.
They’ve been developed with people who need care and support, family carers, adult social care employers and commissioners.
These examples can be used by families, employers and commissioners.
- If you support someone who has similar care and support needs you can use the examples as a guide or template to plan their workforce and commission learning and development. You could use the worked example to inform specifications or contracts for support services, or make a ‘business case’ for investing in learning and development.
- If you’re thinking about a population of people in a specific area, you can explore how many people in your area have similar care and support needs to the worked examples, and scale them up to strategically plan and develop the workforce.
You can mix and match the examples, drawing information from different examples to create your own plan for the person you’re supporting.