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Doncaster Council (the "Council") have a significant responsibility to take a robust approach and are committed to preventing modern slavery. Each year the Council publish a Modern Slavery Statement. To enhance the Council's commitment to preventing slavery and human trafficking the have signed up to the Cooperative Party Charter Against Modern Slavery.
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How can we develop our workforce?
By providing ‘just in time’ information, eLearning provides an efficient and effective learning experience. ELearning can be accessed as and when necessary and training can be broken up into bite sized sessions to fit in with work schedules and other priorities.
As a Personal Assistant, you play a vital role in the provision of health and social care in Doncaster. As part of this ‘wider workforce’ there is support available to help you provide excellent services and also to develop professionally in your role.
The importance of good quality, effective learning and development cannot be underestimated by providers wanting to deliver excellent outcomes for service users.
The ASC-WDS is a data recording system developed by Skills for Care to provide a profile of the social care workforce. This acts as a primary data source on workforce issues.
The Workforce Strategy has been developed so we can work to develop a stronger adult social care workforce.