Would you like a career where you can progress, and get an immense sense of personal achievement from knowing you’re making a difference? Then a job in care could be for you!
You don’t need any qualifications to become a care worker – many care providers offer the opportunity to gain qualifications once people have started their jobs.
People who start in the care sector, work towards gaining their care certificate – a set of standards that social care and health workers stick to in their daily working life.
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Once you’ve started, there are plenty of options for career progression! Care work is needed in a variety of places, from care homes, to in the local community, to in people’s homes.
You can work with many different people, including:
- Young adults
- Older people
- Those with a physical or learning disability
- People receiving end of life care
West Sussex County Council is aiming to recruit a further 8,840 more people to take up this most rewarding and satisfying work by 2024.
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