Care skills squad selected


Posted on November 1st, by editor in CT Extra. No Comments

Four care workers have been selected to be part of the caring squad in preparation for WorldSkills International 2011 – billed as the biggest skills competition in the world, which takes place in October 2011 at ExCeL, London.

Four care workers have been selected to be part of the caring squad in preparation for WorldSkills International 2011 – billed as the biggest skills competition in the world, which takes place in October 2011 at ExCeL, London.
WorldSkills London 2011 takes place is an international skills competition held every two years, where 51 member countries meet and compete in over 40 different vocational skills.
This is the first time that caring has been included as a category by the UK and the National Skills Academy for Social Care has supported the development of the squad to showcase the very best of UK social care talent in readiness for representation on the international stage. The selected squad members are:
From Bupa: Emma Fitzpatrick from Glasgow, Frances McMenemy from Paisley. From the Rockmount Foundation: Rebecca Davies from Warrington. From Southern Cross: Sarah Evans from York.




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