Real stories from real people
Find out if you have what it takes from our case studies below.
Childcare. Helping build your child’s future and yours.
A big thank you to Sam and Hollies Daycare Nursery for helping us create this special film.
WeCare Wales TV Advert
WeCare Wales launches its new job portal with a TV advert at the forefront of the campaign.
A big thank you to Karima and Pineshield Health and Social Care for helping us create this special film.
For more information on working in social care, visit www.WeCare.wales/jobs
Care Home Manager
After joining the sector in a part-time role, Lorna has been working in care for over 10 years but wishes she had considered it a lot sooner. Alongside her role as the manager of Meddyg Care Dementia Home in Criccieth, she shares her passion for the sector through her role as a WeCare Ambassador.
Senior Family Worker
Rachel joined the sector as a Classroom Assistant and quickly realised how much she enjoyed making a difference to children’s lives and seeing them develop. She now supports families through Flying Start in Anglesey and shares her passion for working in early years and childcare as a WeCare Ambassador.
After leaving university, Tracey applied for a job as a Nursery Assistant at Hollies Daycare Nursery. During that time, she was able to complete her qualifications and progress to become Nursery Manager.
After leaving high school, Sam went to college to complete her CACHE Level 3 in early years and childcare, having always wanted to work with children. She started at Hollies Daycare Nursery as a Nursery Nurse and then worked her way up to become Deputy Manager.
Wendy Ticehurst, Brocastle Manor Care Home
If you’re a naturally caring and empathetic person, a career in social care can help you make a difference to people’s lives.
Thank you Brocastle Manor Care Home for taking part in this video.
Claire Beattie, Monmouthshire County Council
“Above all, it’s having that passion. It’s seeing that drive and desire in somebody to want to be a Social Worker – to want to do the best they can to support families.”
Thank you Monmouthshire County Council for taking part in this video.
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.