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IN THE LOOP: Andrea Sutcliffe talks on workforce and quality

IN THE LOOP: Andrea Sutcliffe talks on workforce and quality

Andrea Sutcliffe CBE, CQC’s Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care, is back with her autumn column focussing on the importance of the workforce and how this impacts on quality.

Adult social care jobs vacancies rise to 110,000 in England

The number of job vacancies in the adult social care sector in England rose to 110,000, or 8.0% of the total workforce, in 2017/18, Skills for Care has revealed.

Caring Homes Group scoops apprenticeship awards

Caring Homes Group scooped two awards at the south-east regional finals of the National Apprenticeship Awards 2018 this week.

BREAKING NEWS: Government launches largest ever health and care staff engagement exercise

More than 3 million health and care staff are being invited to take part in the largest engagement exercise in health and care history.

Orchard Care Homes receives Disability Confident recognition

Orchard Care Homes receives Disability Confident recognition

Caring Homes Group gains royal recognition for upskilling colleagues

Caring Homes Group (CHG) has been commended by the HRH The Princess Royal for its commitment to learning and development.

HIT Training launches social care cooking qualification

HIT Training has launched a Level 2 Award in Professional Cookery in Health and Social Care.

Specialist care home training centre celebrates second anniversary

Leading dementia and nursing care home provider Church Farm Care is celebrating the second anniversary of its specialist training centre in Cotgrave, Nottinghamshire.

NCF welcomes Secretary of State’s Green Paper comments

Remarks by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Matt Hancock on this autumn’s Green Paper have been welcomed by the National Care Forum (NCF).

Care England chief hailed as a Caring Hero

Care England CEO Professor Martin Green has been hailed as a Caring Hero following a visit to Springhill Care Home in Accrington, Lancashire.