Social care academy

16th October 2009 at 01:00

Further education minister Kevin Brennan this week launched the pound;6 million National Skills Academy for Social Care. The first public-sector skills academy is intended to take the lead in training some of England's 1.5 million care workers and some of the 1 million extra staff needed to care for an ageing population.


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