Mental illness in the workplace

Posted 20 Nov 2014

Ruth is a mental health blogger, and an English student. We’ve been enjoying reading her blogs. We felt that she might have something to offer a site that’s interested in issues surrounding mental health, and those who suffer from mental illness. So we chatted to her to gather her thoughts about mental illlness in the work place.… by Socialcare.co.uk

How to qualify for and find a job as a support worker

Posted 13 Sep 2013

In this guide, we'll cover the kinds of education and qualifications you may need, how to find support jobs, how to apply for them, interviewing well and a bit about where you can move on from your entry-level positions! About Matt Farrah - follow me on Google+

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Mental illness in the workplace

Posted 20 Nov 2014

Ruth is a mental health blogger, and an English student. We’ve been enjoying reading her blogs. We felt that she might have something to offer a site that’s interested in issues surrounding mental health, and those who suffer from mental illness. So we chatted to her to gather her thoughts about mental illlness in the work place.… by Socialcare.co.uk

How to qualify for and find a job as a support worker

Posted 13 Sep 2013

In this guide, we'll cover the kinds of education and qualifications you may need, how to find support jobs, how to apply for them, interviewing well and a bit about where you can move on from your entry-level positions! About Matt Farrah - follow me on Google+

How to qualify for and find a job as a social worker

Posted 22 Aug 2013

Social Work - how does one get there? It's not the kind of work you step straight into. There are qualifications to gain, experiences to be sought out, CVs to be written and interviews to ace. Without further ado, here’s our unabridged guide to building a career in social work, from getting the right GCSE grades to polishing your interview technique after a few years on the job. About Matt Farrah - follow me on Google+

Positive Choices - The Learning Disability Nursing Event

Posted 17 Jul 2013

We interview Jo Welch, Senior Lecturer in Learning Disability Nursing, and chair of Positive Choices event 2011. Jo tells us why Positive Choices is so important for learning disability jobs, RNLD nurses and the learning difficulties industry in the UK. About Matt Farrah - follow me on Google+

Who watches the watchers?

Posted 19 Jun 2013

Just who does? A damning report has alleged the CQC actively covered up information that could arguably have prevented deaths in order to protect their reputation. About Matt Farrah - follow me on Google+