We provide a free information and advice service on funding and training to the adult social care sector in Norfolk.
We also source and distribute funding to support workforce development.More Information
For the local health & social care sector to innovate and improve it must source the most appropriate training for its workforce.
View the latest Norfolk training courses and get advice on learning providers here.More Information
We publicise events, conferences and meetings of interest to the local care sector. If it’s going on in Norfolk we will publicise it here.
If you have an event you wish to publicise please submit it to us.More Information
Attracting and keeping the right staff leads to better outcomes for the people who receive care.
We deal with issues around recruiting and retaining employees - from attending jobs fairs to promoting apprenticeships.More Information
The I Care...Ambassadors Service informs people about careers in social care. We are responsible for co-ordinating the service in Norfolk.
Our Ambassadors inspire people to care - why not join our team?More Information
Looking for a training provider you can trust? Use one of our endorsed learning providers. Click the logo to find one.
Norfolk & Suffolk Care Support supports the delivery of excellence in health and social care by
- providing impartial information and advice
- distributing funding to support workforce development
- promoting adult social care as a career option
- undertaking other projects to support the health and social care sector
We are funded by Norfolk County Council to provide a matrix accredited information and advice service, this website, our newsletter Norfolk Care News. and regular e-bulletins.
We also work very closely with Skills for Care.
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