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‘Step up to management’ programme for managers in social care

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The Care Council wants to announce a unique opportunity for social care workers in South East Wales. They are working in partnership with the South East Wales SCIP to pilot an exciting new programme for aspiring managers, the programme aims to provide social care workers with the knowledge and understanding that is needed to make the transition into a management role and will commence in November this year.

The programme will cover 3 key areas of management within social care:

  • Understanding person centred practice in the leadership and management of social care;
  • Understanding theories, models and frameworks for the leadership and management of social care services and;
  • Understanding the leadership and management of effective team performance in social care

If you are, or know of, a social care worker who is interested in developing their career as a social care manager, there is an information sheet at http://www.ccwales.org.uk/manager/ or contact Debbie Powell ([email protected]) or Karen Wakelin ([email protected]) for an informal discussion.

This opportunity is open to social care workers from the counties of Blaenau Gwent; Bridgend; Cardiff; Caerphilly; Merthyr; Monmouth; Newport; RCT; Torfaen; Vale of Glamorgan.

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