5 Reasons to consider a career in care
Our overall aim is for CTC to promote Health and Social Care as a meaningful, valued and rewarding career choice by providing training, learning, experience and an opportunity for people with a desire and aptitude for working in the care sector …
Why work in Health and Social Care
Reason one: Chance to Help Others
By working in health and social care, you help others improve their physical and sociological health and by working in social care you will help improve the sociological well-being of those in your community.
A person can start their Career in this sector from school, or later in their lives. It’s a sector inclusive to everyone!
Reason two: A Career That's in Demand in the U.K.
So, why not become part of the solution as you grow your own career and character?
According to an article published in 2015 on GOV.UK, nearly two-million more workers will need to be trained in the health and social care fields by the year 2022.
Reason three: A Job for Life
Health and social care jobs offer career opportunities that can last a lifetime. whether it is working in a care home, care at home, or another community setting you have the opportunity to make a difference.
Reason four: Get Started With Your Career in Health & Social Care
Are you someone who's interested in Health & Social Care care professions?
Are you already an employee working within these professions looking to improve your education in the field?
A person can start their Career in this sector from school, or later in their professional lives. It’s a sector inclusive to everyone!
Reason five: It's one of the biggest sectors of employment
Did you know that there are over 350 different job roles in the Health and Social Care sector?
There's a job role for everybody, offering job security in a career you will never be bored in. A person can start their career from school.
Imagine what it feels like to make a difference to a persons life!
Meeting Your Training Needs
The training offered will change over different periods of the year and in relation to changes in practice, we need to keep this fresh & up to date.