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Posted by Justin Coleman on 02/04/2019 - 18:01

"Wales’s first health and social care workforce strategy consultation"

"Your chance to contribute to Wales’s first health and social care workforce strategy" - why is this important, because the Adult Learning Sector in Wales holds lived experience and a firm part of the solution moving forward.


From my perspective the Adult Learners, Families and the communities in which we support have the opportunity to work in the Health & Social Care settings, as volunteers and employees - the lived experience alone is vital, the skills and ability I see within Adult Learners is perfect for this sector and they are sort by 20,000 staff in Wales alone and have a retain and recruitment strategy building towards the solution.

As professionals you can make a huge difference by completing the attached, I have done this with a few Adults Learners also - it was a valuable session on reflection and communication skills....


I wonder if across the EU this is the same, and if the Adult Learning Sector can contribute? Do any of you have any information that might help explore this?

Here is the link to contribute:  https://socialcare.wales/news-stories/your-chance-to-contribute-to-wales...;


All the very best 

 

Justin