Looking for a career in care?
Click below to watch a short film about working in adult social care.
Here are some useful websites to take a look at to start or further develop a career in social care:
Norfolk Care Careers and Jobs is new website from Norfolk County Council that has careers advice about working in social care and the latest job vacancies being offered by care employers in the county.
Skills for Care's website has a section called 'Starting a career in social care':
Think Care Careers is an interactive website that helps those interested in a career in social care find what job roles are available in the sector, as well as the range of skills and qualifications they need:
icanbea… is a social media styled careers website designed to help you choose your future career.
A Question of Care is an interactive video challenge where you can see what a career in care is like. At the end you’ll receive a detailed personal profile that tells you if you’ve got what it takes to work in social care:
Help you choose is the information, advice and careers guidance website for young people in Norfolk:
The National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. The service offers confidential and impartial advice by qualified careers advisers.
Prospects is an online careers website:
The source website (information and advice for young people in Suffolk) introduces you to useful sources of quality careers information and advice, and to the different routes you can take towards gaining the job that you really want.