Workforce development means developing the people in an organisation to improve the way they deliver services and activities. It can include paid workers, volunteers and trustees. Practically, workforce development often means training, but it can also include other ways of gaining knowledge, such as mentoring schemes and secondments.
Providing workforce development for Adult Services staff
Supporting individuals who have a leadership role with their development as leaders and managers.
Supporting the skills development of the workforce who work in Learning Disability services
Health and social care training for those working in the private and voluntary sector
Supporting the needs of social workers within Adult Services including newly qualified and student social workers
For those giving support to vulnerable adults with decision making and Best Interest Assessments.
Working in partnership with health, the private and voluntary sector, service users and carers to offer development opportunities in Mental Health.
Protecting vulnerable adults from abuse