Getting started with values-based recruitment

Getting started workshop web images 250 x 250pxIf you want to know how to get started with this approach, come to one of our free workshops taking place across the country.

This workshop helps you to understand the first steps to take in order to get started using a values-based approach throughout your recruitment processes.

Who should attend?

The workshop is aimed at adult social care employers of all sizes who are interested in learning more about values-based recruitment and would like help to get started using this approach.

Find out about:

  • what workplace values are
  • the benefits of establishing workplace values
  • working with others to develop and agree workplace values
  • communicating your values.

Delegates who attend should be in a position to influence change in their workplace. This might include senior managers, human resources managers, registered managers and individual employers.

98% of attendees rated the overall event good or excellent (based on 430 responses)

Please note: these workshops have been subsidised by funding from the Department of Health and Social Care, for the benefit of adult social care employers. We reserve the right to withdraw places if we deem them inappropriate. 

Individual employers

If you employ your own care and support using a direct payment, personal health budget or your own money, you can apply for individual employer funding to claim back travel costs to and from the workshop, and (where appropriate) claim money to pay for PA support (or replacement PA support). 

Contact for more information. 

New getting started seminar dates to be launched in spring 2020. 

What previous delegates said... 

I really enjoyed the event and came away feeling inspired.

Andrea Retallick

Enjoyed the event, some very sound advice and plenty of follow up material available online.
Tracey Young


We're so pleased that we had the opportunity to attend the event, it encouraged us to revisit our values and change the way we look our own practices and be more creative with recruitment.



Wendy Cameron