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New wellbeing guide for registered managers out now

Skills for Care helps create a well-led,  skilled and valued adult social care workforce. 

Our practical tools and support help organisations and individual employers in England recruit, develop and lead their staff, retaining them from entry level right through to senior leadership and management roles. 
Our experts are available now to provide bespoke support to your organisation.


The Care Certificate

Download our free resources on the Care Certificate, the standards that should be covered as part of induction..

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Take part in the Facing the Facts, Shaping the Future - adult social care workforce consultation.

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Individual employer hub

Our hub brings together useful information and resources for individual employers and personal assistants.

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Latest news

New guide supports registered managers' wellbeing

Skills for Care has launched a wellbeing guide to support registered managers and care home managers to better manage their own professional and personal wellbeing.

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The wellbeing of your staff is linked to the quality of your service

During this 'Stress Awareness month', Sue Caslake, Workforce Development Lead at Independent Lives discusses the direct link between supporting the wellbeing and resilience of their staff and delivering a high quality service.

Upcoming events

  • Finding the right people for your organisation seminar, York

  • Date: 26 April
  • Location: York
  • Understanding how and where to target your recruitment efforts can help you find more of the right candidates who you might have been missed using traditional recruitment methods.This practical seminar will help you identify your 'ideal candidate' and design methods that help you get the most out of application forms, interviewing and the selection process.