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A new qualification could have a major impact on improving the quality of care provided to people of all ages in Wales. Launched by the Care Council for Wales (CCW), and awarding bodies, Agored Cymru and City and Guilds, the award is designed for those starting in care jobs to…
In support of National Apprenticeship Week 2015, the NSA for Health are asking apprentices and others across the UK to celebrate being an apprentice in the health sector. With 20% of the current health sector workforce aged over 55, apprentices are the future workforce. There are hundreds of different job…
A new online course called Caring for Vulnerable Children has been launched by Future Learn in partnership with the University of Strathclyde and CELCIS - Centre For Excellence In Looked After Children In Scotland. It aims to develop an understanding of some of the approaches involved in caring for vulnerable…
The caring profession is vital to the wellbeing of our society, and the people who work within it contribute disproportionately to the quality of life of some of our most vulnerable and elderly citizens. However, a career in caring is not universally regarded by those outside the sector as a…
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Career Profile

register care home manager picCare Home Manager

Care home managers are responsible for the day-to-day running of residential care homes. They oversee all activities within the home and make sure the quality of the service and care provided meets the National Minimum Standards...

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Career Profile

music therapistMusic Therapist

Music Therapists use music and sound to help improve people's emotional wellbeing, relieve stress and improve confidence. As a music therapist, you would not teach music. Instead you would encourage clients to try...

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Career Profile

nurse picMental Health Nurse

Mental health nurses work in hospital and community settings to support people with a range of mental health issues. They work closely with clients, their families, friends and carers to develop therapeutic...

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