Upskilling the Health and Social Care Work Force Across Lancashire

The purpose of the project is to bring together ‘support, training and future proofing’ for the workforce of small and medium sized enterprises (less than 250 employees) across private and social enterprise sectors throughout Lancashire, who contribute towards improving people’s health.

The purpose of the project is to bring together ‘support, training and future proofing’ for the workforce of small and medium sized enterprises (less than 250 employees) across private and social enterprise sectors throughout Lancashire, who contribute towards improving people’s health.

Organisations working across the social determinants of health including, but not limited to, the arts, sport and recreation, education and training, community development, employment support, environmental initiatives and so on. Any business, organisation or activity that helps to improve the health and well-being of the community and the individuals therein could be eligible for free training provided by the upskilling project.

An added value project which will enables individuals to contribute to the development of their organisations and progress the organisation forward. This should result in a significant impact on the organisations and their clients within, whilst contributing positively to everyone’s health and well-being. The results and impact will include individual development and organisational growth, future proofing and becoming more integrated in the health and social care economy.

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What are the benefits?

  • Organisational diagnostic and skills audit,
  •  A workforce development plan, 
  • Individual learning plans, 
  • Flexible bespoke training at all levels, from basic skills to leadership and management  
  • Cross sector networking opportunities

Who is it for?

Any organisation or business which:

  • Is based in Lancashire 
  • Employs less than 250 staff
  • Improves the holistic wellbeing of individuals and/or communities across Lancashire
  • Meets de minimis and state aid regulations and guidance

How do I find out more and apply?

Contact: Programme Manager: Callam Barnes

Email: Callam.Barnes@communitycvs.org.uk

Call: 01254 503042  or 07947 934750