Survey finds barriers to leadership training

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

A survey of employer-led leadership and management development in the social care sector has found a high level of commitment to such training with an impressive range of subjects being covered, but also highlights significant barriers, especially for smaller providers.

Recognition by the regulator, ways to celebrate existing excellence and cost effectiveness for the National Skills Academy for Social Care were among the recommendations made by the survey’s commissioners – the National Care Forum (NCF), together with AgeCare, the Association of Chief Execut

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