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DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS


The digital world opens-up many opportunities for ongoing learning – from webinars to podcasts to online training.


In place of reading a book or attending a lecture, digital learning opportunities can be oſten be more varied, more engaging, and easier to fit around your schedule.


Podcasts are great as they can be listened to anywhere, while online industry news and blogs are a simple way to keep on top of the latest updates from the sector.


An increase in virtual industry events means not having to travel to a venue and being able to catch up on recordings aſterwards, which makes conferences more accessible for all.


Online training makes it quicker and easier for care workers at all levels to access learning opportunities. Skills for Care offers 11 easy-to-access and short online modules to develop aspiring, new and experienced leaders to improve their management techniques, while their ‘Learning from Events’ online module is a short 35-minute module supporting managers to conduct learning reviews.


REACH NEW PEOPLE


The digital world offers a massive opportunity for connecting with people around the globe. These increased networking


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opportunities allow the chance to connect with and learn from others in your sector, and to discuss shared challenges, ideas, and achievements.


Registered managers can join the Skills for Care registered managers’ Facebook group, while LinkedIn and Twitter also provide a space to connect with people in similar roles.


“The digital world opens-up many opportunities for ongoing learning – from webinars to podcasts to online training.”


STAY AHEAD OF THE CURVE


From keeping up with what’s happening in the industry, to introducing more efficient digital systems and implementing new digital tools for those they support, leading with a digital approach ultimately allows social care providers to stay ahead of the curve and be a pioneer in the sector.


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