A Question of Care
A Career for YOU?
Do you enjoy seeing people get the most out of each day and achieve what they want in life? This is what a career in care is all about!
Try the interactive video challenge ‘A Question of Care: a Career for YOU’ to see what a career in care is like.
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.
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.
We work in care
"We work in care with adults and children.
"We are working in your communities day and night
"To support the people who need it most right now
"Our work makes a difference.
We work with Children...
As parents across the country juggle working from home with caring for their children, there is increased respect and admiration for early years, childcare and playwork employees who help our children learn, play and develop.
Senior Sensory Officer
Tracy works with blind and partially-sighted people and is a trained rehabilitation officer. She manages a team that supports people of all ages by producing braille documents and teaching mobility workshops using canes. She also works closely with guide dogs to make sure the people she supports can have the best quality of life.
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.