Skills for Care invites tenders for apprenticeship projects


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

Skills for Care is inviting tenders from employers across the sector for projects that promote and support adult social care apprenticeships

Skills for Care is inviting tenders from employers across the sector for projects that promote and support adult social care apprenticeships.

In what Skills for Care says is already a record year for the number of apprentices joining the sector, it will work with employers committed to developing their work in one – or more – of seven areas: 

  • Intermediate level Apprenticeships
  • Advanced level Apprenticeships
  • Targeted work to provide infrastructure suppo




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