Learn To Care



To book a place at the Learn to Care event on Innovation and Creativity in Workforce Planning and Development, in Liverpool on 12 Dec please follow the link.
We can offer this free of charge as it is subsidised by Learn to Care, supported by colleagues from Liverpool City Council:
If people are traveling by car there is a  multi-storey car park about 10 mins walk from the Cunard Building. A days parking will cost about £10.00 and the address is:
Liverpool Waters
Princess Dock
William Jessop Way
L3 1QZ
The Social Work Bursary (SWB) Information pack for 2016 is now available on the GOV.UK website. The link below will take you to the information pack, which includes confirmation of the new bursary allocations for 2016. 
The new SWB allocations have been set in line with the allocation in 2015 at 2,500 new SWB for undergraduate students who started in the 2015 academic year and 1,500 new SWB for postgraduate students starting in the 2016 academic year.

Learn to Care - General Information:
Learn to Care represents heads of social care learning and workforce development in all councils in England. Members are situated in a range of organisational structures while retaining responsibility for the social care workforce. The Committee represents the nine regions of England and members, along with other colleagues, are responsible for commissioning and/or delivering learning and development activity for the adult and children’s social care workforce across local authorities and other partner organisations.

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