If you have a big heart, why not use it to show ‘you can care’

#YouCanCare Week (21 – 27 February) provided the perfect opportunity for Lancashire Adult Learning to:

SHINE a spotlight on the incredible people working in the care sector

SHOWCASE why care is such a rewarding career and

PROMOTE a wide range of courses for anyone interested in working in Health and Social Care

A FREE event was hosted at Northlight, Brierfield allowing all attendees to access information about careers in the Health and Social Care sector. The team at Lancashire Adult Learning ran a variety of interactive workshops to highlight:

  • Mental health conditions
  • Disabilities and support needs
  • Caring for older people
  • Health care needs
  • People in recovery

With course tutors and care sector employers on hand, it provided the opportunity for attendees to gain advice, seek guidance, ask questions and obtain further information on the career opportunities that the different Health and Social Care courses could lead to. Whether interested in retraining, upskilling, finding work, or dedicating time to care for a loved one.

A huge thank you to our fantastic partners who supported the event including: 360 Degree Health, Venturi Healthcare, Alternative Futures, Nesi Professionals, GS Social CareRochcare, Lancashire & South Cumbria and East Lancashire Healthcare Trusts.

Ray Felters – Head of Curriculum – Health & Social Care says “The breadth of opportunities available within either healthcare and social care settings gives individuals the chance to progress into a range of diverse roles, making a difference to people’s lives when they need it most makes health and social care such an exciting and rewarding sector to work in. Every day is different, challenging and sometimes difficult but the impact you can have on others by caring really can make the difference.”  

Did you know? Most courses are FREE! If you are interested and want to know how you can ‘show you care’?

FIND OUT MORE about the courses you can enrol on TODAY.

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