The Impact of Online Learning in Social Care

Health and Social Care is a very competitive and growing sector with a range of challenges to overcome; including an aging population so increasing demand, funding shortages, a high turnover of staff and difficulties in recruiting suitable people. The staff turnover rate is estimated by Skills for Care to be over 30% which equates to 390,000 people annually leaving jobs, although a high proportion of these people are moving within the sector. But new staff means a huge investment of time, and recruitment and training costs. In addition, the quality of staff in the social care sector is a major factor in attracting and maintaining customers, so it’s not surprising that training is high on the priority list to ensure business objectives and compliance are met, but it comes at a cost.

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