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Training2Care Virtual Dementia Tour Bus

Our friends at Training2Care have kindly added our logo to The Virtual Dementia Tour® van. Thank you very much indeed.  
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Meet the Team

Profiles4Care has been invited to speak at a number of events this year, which, as well as giving us a chance to share our thoughts on best practice,
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FE Week Skills Show Special Supplement 2016

With more than 90,000 visitors descending on Birmingham’s NEC over the course of three hectic days, it is fair to say the fifth annual Skills Show was
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Five reasons why you should recruit for values

Skills for Care has published ‘Five reasons why recruiting for values can help you to improve your recruitment and retention’ which makes extremely va
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What makes a care home outstanding?

An interesting read, though as well as an organisation having clear values and these being translated from the board room to the floor of the care hom
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Transferable Skills

A very interesting piece in The Guardian from Profiles4Care client Melanie Weatherley, chief executive of Walnut Care. Melanie wisely points out that
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WorldSkills Star Jenny Smyth Features in Journal of Community Nursing

WorldSkills 2015 competitor Jenny Smyth has been interviewed for the Journal of Community Nursing. One of the stars of the 2015 competition, it’
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A new recruit at Profiles4Care

Joining Profiles4Care as our new Employer Engagement Manager is Harriet Phillips. Previously the Programme Manager for Skills for Care’s Graduate Sche
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Profiles4Care honoured by WorldSkills UK

Profiles4Care has been named Competition Organising Partner of the Year by WorldSkills UK Responsible for delivering the WorldSkills UK Health and Soc
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Social care heading for skills ‘time bomb’

Recruiter Magazine Reports on Worrying Industry Trend The social care industry is heading for both a budgetary, as well as a skills, shortage if it fa
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