Community Care helps social workers stay up-to-date with the latest and most significant developments in practice, law and policy to help them to change lives for the better and flourish in their careers. We also support social work employers and leaders to recruit and retain high-quality practitioners and develop their staff to the best of their abilities.
We do this by:
1. Providing practitioners and leaders with critical news and information through our communitycare.co.uk site
You can visit the site at any time for the most up-to-date news, and also sign up to our e-newsletters to have the latest information mailed direct to your inbox. Sign up today
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2. Delivering expert-produced practice guidance, in a quick and accessible format, to help social work professionals make and evidence their decisions, through our subscription-based Community Care Inform Adults and Inform Children sites.
For information on how you and your team can take advantage of this essential information please contact us:
email@example.com | 020 3915 9444
You can also follow the Inform team on Twitter.
3. Supporting employers to recruit the right staff and practitioners to find the right opportunities through the Community Care Jobs recruitment site.
In addition to a jobs listing platform, the Jobs team are developing bespoke partnerships with organisations to help senior leaders understand and overcome the issues surrounding social worker retention.
If you would like to speak to one of the Community Care team about how we can help your organisation, get in touch today.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 020 3915 9474
4. Bringing the whole sector together to learn, debate and network at our annual Community Care Live event
This two-day event is full of CPD and essential learning, covering key topics across children and families’ social work, adult social care and social work management. It is free to attend for all registered social workers, and some other associated job titles.
Full details and online registration can be found at www.communitycarelive.co.uk