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The latest blog posts from Skills for Care.
Neil Taylor is Director, Care & Community Services at Jewish Care and Vice Chair of Skills for Care. Here Neil thinks about we can think differently to tackle the problems caused when people feel lonely.
Simon Main, Project Worker at Gas Safety Charity discusses the real dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning that kills at least 30 people every year, and how care workers need to have the right skills and knowledge to potentially save lives.
Oliver French, Project Manager at Skills for Care talks about a 12-month pilot project for registered managers, launching in April 2018.
Jeanine Willoughby, Project Manager for recruitment and retention, reflects on an inspirational visit to a project in Lincolnshire, that aims to help hard to reach young job seekers find work in adult social care.
Neil Taylor, Director of Care & Community Services at Jewish Care, considers the challenges facing authentic leaders in adult social care.
Shirley Steeples is the registered manager at Princess Marina House, run by the RAF Benevolent Fund, and is a registered manager member of Skills for Care. She shares their best practice initiative on combating loneliness and social isolation for serving and former RAF personnel.
Jeanine Willoughby reflects on a Skills for Care project focused on how we can create a more inclusive workforce.
Sharon Allen, our CEO, wishes everyone a merry Christmas and happy new year.
Rob Newby, Programme Head for the Standards, Learning, Qualifications and Apprenticeships team, talks about the new apprenticeship standards which come into effect on 01 January 2018.
Jim Thomas, Programme Head for Workforce Innovation at Skills for Care, is back talking about quality in adult social care.
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