Social Care Workers given £8m training boost
Social care workers given £8m training boost
The Welsh government said it wanted to boost the esteem in which social work and care was held in the public eye.
Training for social care workers in Wales has been given a boost with news of an £8m grant.
The money announced by the Welsh government is part of a package worth £11.6m for this financial year.
The social care workforce development programme aims to increase the take-up of training across the whole social care sector.
Great news that the Welsh government have recognised the importance of investing in training - fingers crossed the English government will soon follow suit. We at Routes Healthcare believe training is so important and continue to invest heavily in our team -Reg Storey Routes Healthcare Training Dept.
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