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Discover a career in care!

If you’re passionate about building a career in care, your next role could be just a click away. Whether you’re new to the sector, or looking to move up the ladder, discover jobs in your area and make a difference.

Do you have what it takes?

Get a glimpse into what it’s really like to work in care with our new online learning resource. You’ll watch videos of real-life social care scenarios and answer questions about how you would react in these situations to find out if a career in care is right for you.

Childcare. Building your child’s future and yours.

Over the next few weeks, we’re celebrating how the Early Years and Childcare workers and settings provide so many children across Wales with the best start in life.

International Year of the Nurse

2020 is the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, which coincides with two hundred years since the birth of Florence Nightingale.

Adult Care Home Nurses provide person-centred care to residents.

2020 Year of the Nurse Logo Final

WeCare Wales aims to raise awareness and understanding of social care, early years and childcare and attract
more people with the right skills and values to work in caring roles with children and adults.

 

If you have a positive attitude and a commitment to care for others, then for most roles you can gain any training
and qualifications you need on the job. There are lots of ways to work flexibly, so you can fit caring for people
around you and your family.

 

For the right people, it’s one of the most rewarding careers there is. Learn about the jobs available in
working with children and adults in Wales.

 

Find job vacancies in care near you on our jobs portal.

 

 

Real stories from real people

Find out if you have what it takes from our case studies below.

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Mike Williams
Home Care Worker and Assistant Manager

Mike has worked in care for 12 years, and his passion is clear to see. A keen Welsh speaker, Mike believes that language plays an important role in the care setting.

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Karima
Home Care Worker

Karima has worked as a home care worker for 15 years. Originally from Libya, Karima has a degree in Geology. As a single mother, she first got into care because it gave her the flexibility to care for her child, as well as others.

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Job vacancies in care

Wales needs more social care workers.

Many people working in social care have made the jump from jobs such as hospitality or retail. Use your transferable skills and apply for roles in your area now.

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