GMCA Health and Social Care Intelligence – Knowledge Sharing Event

19th February 2021, 2:48 pm

GMCA are hosting an event to showcase the findings of our skills intelligence gathering around the Health and Social Care sector


About this Event

The Health and Social Care Sector remains one of the largest employers in Greater Manchester, and also accounts for a large percentage of current job vacancies. An ageing population in the UK ensures its importance is only going to grow. GMCA are hosting a knowledge sharing event on 3rd March 2021 13:30 to 15:30 to showcase our skills intelligence gathering around the sector, and share back with you recommendations to support the development of our HSC talent pipeline.

This event is for any stakeholder interested in the strategic development of skills for the HSC sector including employers, skills providers of all types, and other organisations which support the development of this key industry in GM. The purpose of the event is to share findings of GMCA’s first Health and Social Care Industry Skills Intelligence Report.

This event will feedback key skills recommendations made in the report prioritising key gaps in talent and progression pathways in the HSC sector. GMCA will be shaping work and skills programme around this intelligence including future commissioned activity as well as helping stakeholders to understand how they could contribute to develop the HSC talent pipeline for the benefit of the sector in Greater Manchester. The Health and Social Care Intelligence report will be available to read online after the event.

Here’s the link to the Eventbrite for this event:

The meeting itself will take place on Ms Teams and joining instructions will be sent on March 2nd to all attendees. Please hold the time in your diary until then, as by registering on EventBrite your place is confirmed. Please also feel free to share with any contacts who may be interested.

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