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Accolades winners

Some of England’s best social care organisations have been honoured at the Skills for Care Accolades awards.

Now in their 17th year, the awards celebrate innovation and excellence in workforce development.

“It was a privilege to share in the delight of all our winners who all showed some really smart thinking in how they support their workforce to deliver high quality services,” said Skills for Care Interim CEO Andy Tilden.

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“Given the high level of competition, all our finalists did brilliantly to make their shortlists, and it was inspiring to hear from them how they really support the learning and development needs of their workforces, which results in better services for the people they work with.”

The full list of winners were:

Best employer of between 51 and 249 staff – Community Support Services

Best employer of over 250 staff – Future directions CIC

Best employer of under 50 staff – Hendra Healthcare (Ludlow) Limited

Best employer support for your registered manager(s) – Leeds City Council, Adults & Health, Organisational and Workforce Development

Best individual who employs their own care and support staff – Richard’s House

Most effective approach to continuing professional development for the regulated workforce in social care settings – Hertfordshire County Council, Adult Social Care, Adults Practice Development team

Most effective approach to leadership and management – Manor Community

Most effective collaborative approach to integrated new models of care – Community Integrated Care Learning Disability Super League

Most innovative endorsed learning provider – Springhill Hospice Education Team

Secrets of Success – Best retention and recruitment approaches – Lewisham Nexus Service

The Accolades headline sponsors were Quality Compliance Systems and category sponsors were HC-One, Health Education England, Unique Training Solutions, NICE and Nursing and Midwifery Council.

Communication partners for the event were National Care Association, Association of Mental Health Providers, ARC England, ARCO, TLAP, Care England, Shared Lives Plus, NCF, VODG, Royal College of Occupational Therapists and Care Management Matters.

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