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Although this virus is commonly seen across the world, the type that has been identified in China is a new version – Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCov) […]

World Cancer Day – 4th February 2020

Most people know the impact that cancer has on people all around the world – it’s one of the most commonly known diseases and affects […]

Topic of the Month – Time to Talk Day 6th February 2020

Mental health problems are something that can affect 1 in 4 people in the current day. Many people have mental health problems, some you may […]

Forced Marriage

The cases of forced marriage in the UK have been rising steadily over the years, which has led to this particular topic of the month. […]

Safety guidelines

In the rare event of a fire arms or weapons attack, please see steps to safety below… The post Safety guidelines appeared first on Beacon […]

Modern Slavery in the Care Sector

After previous topics of safeguarding, this month we are going to look at something that comes under that issue: modern slavery. Modern Slavery is seen […]

Thinking outside the box

Care workers wearing pyjama-style scrubs at night-time to help patients sleep patterns. Care workers reduce residents’ sleep deprivation by wearing pyjamas. The initiative met with […]

Domestic Abuse

This month we are looking at quite a big issue in the HSC sector: domestic abuse. Domestic abuse is a repeated pattern of behaviour that […]

Topic of the month: FGM

Quite a sensitive issue for this month’s topic of the month – Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).  It is estimated that 137,000 girls and women in England […]

Topic of the month: Breast Ironing

Did you know….? Up to 3.8 million girls worldwideare affected by breast flattening (UN). It is also thought that up to 1000 girls in the UKhave been […]

Brexit Opportunities [despite the drama]

As the Brexit drama continues to unfold, we are following the political developments and their implications for studying in the UK and working in the […]

Studying in the UK – Student Visas Explained

Many of our graduates dream of taking up further study and work in the UK once they have finished their course. This is a brief […]

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