NDAA member Beth Britton has collaborated with fellow member Skills for Care and become an endorsed training and mentoring provider. Beth said
“I am extremely proud to say that I’ve been Endorsed as a training and mentoring provider by Skills for Care”
After a rigorous application process that involved submitting 50 individual pieces of evidence alongside narrative statements totalling 2500+ words, Beth was delighted to join Skills for Care’s Endorsed Providers. She thanked all of her fantastic clients and colleagues who supported the application and helped to make Endorsement a reality, and Skills for Care for their support and professionalism throughout the Endorsement process.
Endorsement is a mark of quality that is given to the best learning and development in the adult social care sector. Applicants have to be able to prove that they deliver high quality learning and development in order to become Endorsed.
Skills for Care are a trusted independent charity with over 18 years’ experience in workforce development, working as a delivery partner for the Department of Health and Social Care. They also work closely with related services such as health and housing. Their mission is to create a well-led, skilled and valued adult social care workforce.