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Real stories from real people

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

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Just a Carer
#WeCareWales 2020 TV Advert

A carer’s poem about her job has been brought to life in the form of a television advert, created by the WeCare Wales campaign.

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We work with Children...
#WeCareWales

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.

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We work in care
#WeCareWales

"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.
Join us"

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Mark Pearson
Core Training Manager

Mark was encouraged to work in the sector by a friend after losing interest in his role as a baker. He quickly progressed from support work to training new staff and has recently completed his diploma in care to provide more direct support to adults who have learning disabilities and mental health issues.

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Darren Mutter
Head of Children’s Services

After training as a social worker almost 20 years ago, Darren now works as a senior manager in children’s services for Pembrokeshire County Council. His day to day responsibilities can be challenging but he knows he’s making a difference in his community.

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Izzy and Tyne
Health and Social Care Students

Izzy and Tyne are students on the BTEC Health and Social Care course at Coleg Gwent. Through valuable partnerships, the course provides students with opportunities to put learning into practice during work placements, helping them develop the skills and experience they need to come into the sector once qualified.

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Jane Alexander
Chief Executive Officer

Jane has worked in various roles and settings within the Early Years sector. Starting out in a voluntary position, she was able to complete her qualifications and Continuing Professional Development training in order to progress her career to her current role, overseeing the delivery of Early Years Wales for the last five and a half years.

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Chloe Paterson
Daytime Opportunity Support Worker

Chloe works for Rhondda County Council as a Daytime Opportunity Support Worker and has just completed an apprenticeship programme. On a day to day basis, she supports adults with learning disabilities in a variety of activities, building up their independence and teaching them new skills.

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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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