Joined Up Careers Derbyshire is set to launch Step Into Work (Derbyshire) – a new employment support programme. The programme aims to help prepare unemployed adults to obtain roles in health and social care following completion of a bespoke training programme. The programme is for people aged 19-plus who are in receipt of benefits or are disadvantaged within the labour market.
Joined Up Careers Derbyshire is encouraging children and young people to get creative in order to celebrate our health and social care heroes.
Joined Up Careers are promoting the five steps to improve your mental health and wellbeing during this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week.
Annual report 2019-20, published May 2020, brings together a review of the year and new initiatives for promoting and retaining health and care staff in Derbyshire.
During the current Covid-19 pandemic, health and care resources are being stretched like never before, and there is now a need for more staff to help out in Derbyshire’s care homes. Care homes throughout the city and county have a number of vacancies and there has never been a better time to consider a career in care.
New staff needed for health and care roles during Covid-19.
We are asking local organisations and businesses whether their teams can help bolster the temporary health and social care workforce.
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Information and signposting resources for health, social care and community colleagues
Joined up Careers Derbyshire is pleased to announce that a new health and social care work experience directory has been launched.
Our first integrated health and care apprentices programme has now concluded, with many successful apprentices completing the scheme and going on to secure employment within the health and care sector. We would like to thank all who took part on the scheme and all who supported it. An independent evaluation report of the scheme has been produced by external company Cordis Bright.
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