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Woodspeen Training to exhibit at UK Care Week

Regional Growth Director secures speaking slot to present benefits of apprenticeships to the sector

Woodspeen Training is exhibiting at UK Care Week on Wednesday 20th and Thursday 21st March 2024 at the NEC, Birmingham. 

UK Care Week is an inclusive event for the care industry. It brings together a range of organisations to discuss the challenges facing the sector and equip attendees with the skills and knowledge to improve the lives of people they care for. 


Adult that requires support through carers


At the event, Woodspeen Training Regional Growth Director Kim Morrison, will be presenting about the benefits of apprenticeships to the care profession. 

Kim said, “Apprenticeships are an amazing way to build a qualified and motivated workforce. Woodspeen Training has a history of supporting care businesses to upskill staff, with some of our learners that started with level 2 apprenticeships going on to complete level 5 courses with us. The career opportunities using apprenticeships are endless.” 

“Woodspeen Training has secured funding to support businesses access fully-funded courses for levels 3 to 5, we will be working with businesses across all sectors to enable them to recruit new staff or upskills existing employees.” She continued. 


Two people, one older in wheel chair that requires care


Care businesses have not only accessed care focused courses also but also professional apprenticeships to ensure their whole team feels valued and invested in. 

Registration for UK Care Week is free, you can find Woodspeen Training on stand H30. Read more about the care apprenticeships and professional apprenticeships available with Woodspeen Training. 

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