Skills for Care launches advice line for frontline managers in adult social care

    Helpline aims to provide guidance and advice during COVID-19

      • Sector News
    • 04.05.20

    Skills for Care has launched an advice line to support managers of adult social care settings during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The hub will offer bespoke advice to registered and front-line managers who are managing CQC regulated services.

    Advisors from the service will work to help managers access the latest information, resources, funding, online learning and other opportunities provided by Skills for Care. They will also direct managers to the latest guidance and advice produced by other agencies.

    Skills for care: Skills for Care launches advice line for front-line managers

    CMM: Skills for Care COVID-19 advice line

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