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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 Health and Social Care – The Winners

City of Glasgow College Student Jacqueline Boyd Wins UK’s largest Vocational Skills Competition Health & Social Care student Jacqueline Boyd from
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The size and structure of the adult social care sector

The latest workforce intelligence from Skills for Care, using data from the National Minimum Data Set for Social Care (NMDS-SC) is presented in an upd
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Benchmarking ‘values’ for recruitment

If you are a user of the Profiles4Care values-based recruitment tool then you may have noticed an icon like this, which appears next to the names of c
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Identifying values

Employee values and attitude are extremely important in any business where potentially vulnerable people are at the centre of it. So much so that an i
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The Carers of the Future

An interesting statistic which bodes well for the care industry came up recently when we asked the student and trainee applicants for this year WorldS
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Values based recruitment – fad or crucial?

Values based recruitment – is it just a fad or crucial for improving the care sector as so many experts are saying? Obviously we are not in any
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The Healthcare Support Workforce Report

A new Labour Market Intelligence report has been launched that applauds the ‘unsung heroes’ in the NHS and UK health sector – the health support workf
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WorldSkills 2015 Managing Partner announcement

Profiles4Care has become the 2015 Managing Partner for the WorldSkills UK Health and Social Care competition. WorldSkills UK inspires young people and
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Adult social care sector will need an additional 1m workers by 2025

Update from Jackie Brooks at Care Industry News on an important new research project. The adult Social Care sector in England alone will need an addit
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