Our free on-line events bring together sector experts, front-line workers and anyone interested, to offer a different perspective on workforce support, wellbeing, development and innovation

Talent for Care Events

Our free on-line events bring together sector experts, front-line workers and anyone interested, to offer a different perspective on workforce support, wellbeing, development and innovation

Events

Registration is totally free, no obligation, just by leaving your name and email address below, in the registration area under each event.

Most of our events are run on Zoom and can be watched later through the links on this page, if you don’t have an opporunity to attend live.

Please share them with anyone you know who might want to attend or catch-up after the event!

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Our coaches learned to replicate the experience of a face to face session from wherever you are, when it takes place. We choose Zoom as the platform because it is high quality, popular and very easy to operate, it is free and we use it successfully every day.

Past Events

The future of the homecare workforce
THIS EVENT TOOK PLACE ON THURSDAY 15th OCTOBER 2020

Guest panel

Liz Kendall MP – Shadow Minister for Care
Oonagh Smyth – Skills for Care
Alessandro Alagna – Talent for CAre
Camille Leavold – Abbots Care
Yvonne Hignell – Cera Care
Martin Warnes – Cera Care

We are delighted to join a panel of care leaders, including the Shadow Minister for Care an the Ceo of Skills for Care, to discuss the future of the homecare workforce.

In particular, we would like to explore how Covid19 could lead to some positive and much needed change. The key question for us is “Could Covid-19 help to make our Health and Care workforce more sustainable?”

Recovery and the new normal - are we ready?
THIS EVENT TOOK PLACE ON 30th JUNE 2020

Guest panel

Jane Townson – Chief Executive, UKHCA
Sophie Chester-Glyn – Founder, CoProduce Care
Dawn Butler – Director, Integrated Care, Devon STP
Sali Mustafic – Talent for Care

While most of us were unprepared for a pandemic, we have learnt – very quickly – that we can be more responsive, resilient and adaptable, than we had previously imagined.

Front line teams have shown us how it is done. What’s next?

Whatever the new normal brings, now is the time to help our social and healthcare workforce prepare for it.

Thursday November 4th, 11.30 – 12.30
NO GOING BACK

the future of workforce wellbeing and retention webinar

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Guest panel

Prof. Martin Green – Chief Executive – Care England
Amanda Scott – Chief Executive – Forest Healthcare
Irene Gray – Non-exec Director and Executive Coach – Health and Care
Raina Summerson – Chief Executive – Agincare
Alessandro Alagna – Director – Talent for Care

What if the future of retention, recruitment, and the entire health and care workforce, depends on future provision for support and wellbeing?

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Past Events

The future of the homecare workforce
THIS EVENT TOOK PLACE ON THURSDAY 15th OCTOBER 2020

Guest panel

Liz Kendall MP – Shadow Minister for Care
Oonagh Smyth – Skills for Care
Alessandro Alagna – Talent for CAre
Camille Leavold – Abbots Care
Yvonne Hignell – Cera Care
Martin Warnes – Cera Care

We are delighted to join a panel of care leaders, including the Shadow Minister for Care an the Ceo of Skills for Care, to discuss the future of the homecare workforce.

In particular, we would like to explore how Covid19 could lead to some positive and much needed change. The key question for us is “Could Covid-19 help to make our Health and Care workforce more sustainable?”

Recovery and the new normal - are we ready?
THIS EVENT TOOK PLACE ON 30th JUNE 2020

Guest panel

Jane Townson – Chief Executive, UKHCA
Sophie Chester-Glyn – Founder, CoProduce Care
Dawn Butler – Director, Integrated Care, Devon STP
Sali Mustafic – Talent for Care

While most of us were unprepared for a pandemic, we have learnt – very quickly – that we can be more responsive, resilient and adaptable, than we had previously imagined.

Front line teams have shown us how it is done. What’s next?

Whatever the new normal brings, now is the time to help our social and healthcare workforce prepare for it.

Download Zoom

Our coaches learned to replicate the experience of a face to face session from wherever you are, when it takes place. We choose Zoom as the platform because it is high quality, popular and very easy to operate, it is free and we use it successfully every day.

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