An effective and committed workforce is essential to good quality care, says NCF


Posted on June 10th, by editor in CT Extra. No Comments

The National Care Forum (NCF) has commissioned the Institute of Public Care (IPC) to produce a series of three papers which provide an overview and practical examples from NCF members on the distinctive contribution made by not-for-profit providers to social care services.

The National Care Forum (NCF) has commissioned the Institute of Public Care (IPC) to produce a series of three papers which provide an overview and practical examples from NCF members on the distinctive contribution made by not-for-profit providers to social care services.

                         

The first paper Leading the Way has a focus on the workforce. It covers aspects of recruitment, employment, development and training. It highlights through case studies the innovative ways in which NCF members are working to improve quality for people receiving care and support by valuing their staff.





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