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  • New Learning and Development Brochure 2019-20

    Sheffield City Council’s Learning and Development Service offers a wide range of training courses available for people who work in social care organisations from the independent, private and voluntary sector, including paid carers and personal assistants.

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  • Student Advisors Needed to Develop Training for Workplace PAs

    We are developing training for students who might need to employ a Workplace Personal Assistant when they graduate. We are seeking to recruit 3 advisors , who are current students or recent graduates of Sheffield Hallam University or the University of Sheffield , to help us develop the training. You will receive a one off £150 payment when the work is complete. The deadline for applications is Wednesday 13th February.

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  • Free Training for Individual Employers and Personal Assistants

    View details of free learning and development opportunities with Sheffield City Council Learning and Development Service from 1st July 2017 to 31st March 2018.

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  • Can you Volunteer to Help with National Research about PAs?

    Sheffield Hallam University and King’s College, London are seeking to interview Personal Assistants and in Sheffield’s case also Individual Employers, so please get in touch if you are interested in taking part.

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