Careers in Social Care (and how they are integrating with the NHS)
December 13-10:00 am - 12:30 pmFree
Social Care, a sector which currently employs an enormous 1.55 million people in England, which is 6% of the working population.
CCH is proud to announce a Free Social Care Career Sector Lecture in partnership with Skills for Care and Proud to Care North London.
This free event is for all Careers Advisers, Teachers, Lecturers, JCP Advisers and any other staff advising people who may be considering a career in Social Care.
Keynote Speaker from Skills for Care
Director of Social Care
How Tech is affecting Social Care
Apprenticeships in Social Care
Social Work in Social Care
Nursing and Nursing Homes
Preventative work in Social Care
Social Care as a gap year
A career in health has always been a popular choice for young people and job seekers, with the NHS perceived as a great employer and working in the sector as offering rewarding and meaningful employment . However fewer people are aware of the size and range of opportunities available in Adult Social Care , and of how closely the sector is aligned to the NHS. Jobs in social care vary from entry level caring roles, to creating activities and events, and managing a business, alongside the full range of support services such as IT, HR , communications and marketing. Social Care employers are often more flexible about entry requirements and hard workers progress quickly in a sector which is less bureaucratic and often more representative of the local community. There are routeways into nursing from health care assistant through an apprenticeship pathway and many of todays care home managers are qualified registered nurses. This event will support you to fully understand the opportunities and strengths of the integrated sector, so that you are confident in advising any clients interested in work in the health or caring professions.
By registering for this event you are agreeing to share your registration details with Skills for Care and Proud to Care North London