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Residential Child Care Workforce Qualifications Summary

Year: 2016
Topic: Residential care
Author: Joanne McMeeking, Fiona Mossman, Francesca Soliman and Vicki Welch

New analysis for workforce planning in implementing the new level 9 qualification in residential child care

This new analysis outlines the current qualifications of the residential child care workforce in 2016 and identifies the strengths of the sector, highlighting the areas where more support and resources will be required to implement the new Level 9 qualification.

The report aims to support organisations providing residential child care services when planning for the introduction of new level 9 qualification.

Read more about the new degree for residential child care

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