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THE NEXT STEP IN YOUR CAREER

The life-changing experience of attending a hostel after leaving home aged 14 inspired a single mum-of-two to attend university with the ambition of helping other young people to transform their futures. Annmarie Duncan says the time and valuable life skills she picked up at Herst Newton Hostel, Bersham, inspired her…
Amanda Scott started caring for older people when she was 17 before qualifying as a nurse in 1984 and working in paediatrics, intensive care and a variety of care roles. Today, she is Managing Director of Sunrise Senior Living and here she gives us an insight in her rise through…
The Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) have produced a new resource packed with case studies and careers advice on what it's like to work in social care in Scotland. 'Care in Scotland - It's Life Changing Work' highlights some of the fantastic work that is making a real difference to…
The University of Wolverhampton’s Burton Health Education Centre will open its doors to prospective future students this weekend. The Institute of Health Professions is inviting aspiring students to its Open Day on Saturday 21 November from 10am – 1pm. The day aims to showcase facilities the variety of courses of…
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