Employers from the social care sector joined forces with Sandwell College and Job Centre Plus to showcase career opportunities on offer.
The Care to Make a Difference event, hosted in the college’s employer engagement suite, featured 247 Professional Health, Black Country Partnership for Care, BMET, Charter Care, Home Instead, icare, Mears Care, Our Care, Radis Community Care, Seva Support, Skills for Care, Woodford Homecare and Xyrius Resourcing.
The event was also attended by the Vice-Chair of Skills for Care England, Helen Wilcox.
Sandwell College’s Director of Adult, Community and Foundation Learning, Ann Llewellyn, said: “This is a wonderful opportunity for partnership working.”
Chair of the Care to Make a Difference Partnership, Pauline Jones, said: “This is the fourth year we have held this event here. It’s about supporting care employers to find the right people for their vacancies.”