Tag Archives: Skills for Care

Skills for Care names Interim CEO

Skills for Care names Interim CEO

Andy Tilden has been appointed Interim CEO of Skills for Care from the end of March.

Skills for Care announces Accolades awards winners

Skills for Care has announced the winners of its Accolades awards celebrating excellence in workforce development for the 1.47m people in the adult social care sector in England.

Safe staffing adult social care services

Safe staffing is all about having enough of the right staff to deliver high quality care and support. It’s also one of the things that the Care Quality Commission (CQC) will inspect, so it’s vital that you get it right.

BREAKING NEWS: Government to launch national social care recruitment campaign

A national campaign to recruit more adult social care workers will be launched by the Government in mid-February.

Host companies needed for graduate management programme

Employers are being asked to come forward to host graduates as part of a programme to develop future social care leaders.

Graduates urged to sign up for Skills for Care management programme

Ambitious graduates are being urged to apply for a place on a one-year management programme being rolled out by Skills for Care.

WESTMINSTER HEALTH FORUM: Skills for Care CEO Sharon Allen calls for investment in social care workforce

Skills for Care CEO Sharon Allen has called for greater investment in the social care workforce in order to overcome the recruitment and retention challenges facing the sector.

EXCLUSIVE: Skills for Care CEO Sharon Allen on how technology is empowering social care

If you’d told me when I started in my social care career I would have a phone in my pocket that could link me to endless information from around the world I would have laughed, and said you were reading too much science fiction.

BREAKING NEWS: Skills for Care CEO Sharon Allen to step down in April

Sharon Allen has announced she is stepping down as CEO of Skills for Care in April.

Four in five registered managers feel more pressured, Skills for Care reveals

More than four out of five registered managers feel more pressured at work, according to Skills for Care research.