Proud to Care North London was set up by the North London STP (Sustainability and Transformation Partnership) to aid recruitment and retention in the local Health and Care sector. This partnership extends across the five boroughs of Camden, Islington, Haringey, Barnet and Enfield and comprises the Councils, Clinical Commissioning Groups, NHS Trusts, GP practices and independent care providers.
Our focus is on getting people into jobs in the growing health and social care sector, by promoting the range and numbers of different jobs and the career progression routes on offer.
Our commitment is to supporting health and care employers recruit, retain and develop a quality workforce that keeps pace with demand.
Resources for care Homes to help Promote their business, and work in social care
Information on the National Recruitment Campaign that Proud To Care North London is supporting Click Here
Would you like to know how to develop your career regardless of whether your support staff or managers in non-clinical roles.
Community Matters has put together training workshops for social care staff that wish to develop their skills and progress in their career . For more information follow the link
Would you like to keep upto date with the latest news happening within the NHS regarding health and social care?
For more informaton on how sign up and register to NHSmail and Data Security Protection Click Here
Are you a Carer already? Looking for help and advice?
Carers are a fantastic force in the workforce but we all need advice and knowledge to provide us with the skills to become the best at what you do... Click Here for more information
Proud to care North London's brand new Facebook page
Proud to Care North London has created a brand new Facebook page for people to follow, why not have a look and see whats on offer! Click Here
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