Skills for Care update

Who cares now? – Planning for the adult social care workforce

POSTED ON JANUARY 24TH, 2007

Skills for Care are providing a FREE one day conference for education and training providers in England.

Thursday 15 March 2007
Thorpe Park Hotel, Leeds

Friday 16 March 2007
Lakeside Centre, Aston University, Birmingham

10.00am – 4.00pm (Lunch included)

These one-day conferences will explore the future needs of the adult social care workforce in England and the role of education and training providers in meeting those needs.

To view the event programme and booking form please go to https://www.skillsforcare.org.uk/?id=864


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