7 January Western Bay Social Care in Partnership 2015 Conference: Meaningful Outcomes Mark Drakeford, the Minister for Health and Social Services will give the opening address. more…
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29 January Care Council Board meeting Care Council meetings are open for the public to attend by prior arrangement. Please confirm beforehand with Llinos Bradbury on 029 20 780 540 or firstname.lastname@example.org more…
26 March Care Council Board meeting Care Council meetings are open for the public to attend by prior arrangement. Please confirm beforehand with Llinos Bradbury on 029 20 780 540 or email@example.com more…
7 September IFSW European Seminar This International Federation of Social Workers seminar has a beginning, middle and future, bringing social workers together. more…
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17 December A profile of the residential child care managers and workers in Wales 2014 This is the sixth annual profile and identifies the key trends for this group of managers and workers. The profile provides data for planners, decision makers and the Welsh Government. It will also be of interest to service providers and managers to compare their service with the national benchmarks. more…
21 November Minister and Older People’s Commissioner address Board The November public meeting of the Care Council Board welcomed two special guests. more…
20 November Congratulations to the Lost in Art project Warm congratulations to the Lost in Art project, Denbighshire Council Council on winning one of the Marsh Awards for Excellence in Gallery Education. This is an annual Engage award aiming to recognise those working in gallery education who have shown dedication or innovation in their work. more…
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17 November Care Council annual review 2013/14 published Regulation is more effective when it links closely to the development of the social care workforce. more…
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