Successfully apply your skills to become a great social care worker
Discover how your skills and talents might make you the perfect fit for a social care career, and get careers advice on how to search for a job and do well in an interview.
This course has been created to meet the needs of employers – alongside world-leading skills development specialists at City & Guilds – meaning you’ll come away with the tools and knowledge you need to apply for a job in social care in the UK*.
*Subject to eligibility to work or study in the UK.
Decide if a social care career is right for you
There are currently over 100,000 social care job vacancies in the UK alone. There is a unique opportunity for people to transfer their experience and talents into a growing sector – since 2009, the number of adult social care jobs have increased by 22%.
On this course, you’ll learn about the attitudes and behaviours employers are looking for, and how to showcase your drive to work in social care, helping your application to stand out.
Gain a digital credential from City & Guilds
At the end of the course, you will be invited to test your knowledge and, if you pass, you will gain a digital credential from City & Guilds. You can then use your credential to prove your learning and search for job opportunities, marking the start of your transition into an exciting new career.
Get exclusive access to job and learning opportunities
Once you have your digital credential, you will have access to a growing number of employers who want to hear from you if you are interested in working in social care, organisations that can help you get ready for interviews and find a job in the sector as well as training organisation offering relevant courses if you prefer learning more about social care before you start work in social care.
This course is for anyone currently considering a career in social care in the UK – it will introduce you to the social care sector and help you decide if working in social care is for you. This course will allow you to consider all employment and progression opportunities available in social care to those eligible to work in the UK.