You have the potential to make a difference to someone’s life. This can make it a very rewarding job and provides you with a sense of achievement that’s difficult to find anywhere else.
A job worth doing
We all care about something: Whether it’s friends, family, adventure or passions like football and gardening.
Meet Jim, he’s 86 years old and has been a caring son, husband, and father. He’s cared so much for his family, they are his world. Now, Jim needs care himself. Could you care for someone like Jim and support him to live independently?
Searching for a job
There’s huge demand for high quality care and health workers, with more people seeking assistance than ever before.
You don’t necessarily need any qualifications or previous work experience to get a job in care and health. What’s really important is your values and attitude towards working with people who need care and support.
Find a role that suits you
With a variety of job roles, working hours and locations available, there’s a career in health and care that accommodates every lifestyle.
Many jobs offer great career prospects, with opportunities to develop and progress. There’ll always be new and exciting roles for you to explore.
Read more about the different roles you could do and start your rewarding career, here…
Training and education
If you’re new to care and health your employer will support you with on-the-job training. This means you can earn while you learn and, on completion of an induction programme, receive a Care Certificate.
If you already work in care and health, there are a range of courses to help you take the next step in your career.