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Skills for Care Courses

Skills for Care Courses

Leadership and Management

We are an endorsed Skills for Care provider and been given a mark of quality for our commitment to providing high-quality learning and development for the adult social care sector.

*Fully funded by Workforce Development Fund

Well-Led

Develop yourself, improve your leadership skills and transform your service. In securing a well-led future, we believe high-quality leadership leads to high-quality care outcomes.

Lead to Succeed

This programme is designed to help aspiring leaders and managers to develop their leadership and management potential. The programme will teach how successful behaviours and practical strategies can support leaders in their day to day work, as well as considering how they could implement these behaviours and strategies, now and in the future.

Understanding Performance Management

This CPD module will help managers to explore the performance management cycle, recognise that people perform differently and utilise tools and techniques available. Unlike undertaking formal qualifications, which can often feel like a solitary process, this CPD module connects managers with their peers.

Understanding Self-Management Skills

This CPD module will help managers to tackle isolation, manage time, build resilience and ensure wellbeing. It will look at techniques and tools which can support managers to self manage and understand when and how behaviours can influence and impact on others.

Understanding Workplace Culture

This CPD module will help managers to explore the critical links between vision, values and culture, providing practical support to influence change and develop the culture of their service. Unlike undertaking formal qualifications, which can often feel like a solitary process, this CPD module connects managers with their peers.


Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. For, indeed, that’s all who ever have.

Margaret Mead


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