Skills for Care welcomes national academy

Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Skills for Care has welcomed the creation of a national Skills Academy for social care in March next year as a ‘massive step forward’ in developing the skills of nearly 1.4 million social care workers.

Skills for Care chief executive Andrea Rowe said her organisation was committed to supporting the Skills Academy through initiatives such as the Care Ambassadors programme and the Leadership and Management strategy that would inform part of the academy’s work.


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