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SCDWP – Coronavirus updates and Resources

Here you'll find the latest updates and resources for Social Care Workforce Developement Partnership.

SEE SOMETHING – SAY SOMETHING - Safeguarding is everyone’s business.

The North Wales Safeguarding board have created a short video to highlight the importance of reporting your concerns.

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the WeCare Wales campaign has launched a new jobs portal. This is to help social care employers advertise their vacancies and to help potential employees find a short-term role in care. This could also give people the experience to build a new career in care in the long-term.

We’d like to encourage you to share your job vacancies on Twitter using the hashtag #WeCareWalesJobs. These job adverts will then appear on the WeCare Wales Jobs webpage. If you don’t have a Twitter account, please send details of vacancies through direct messages on the campaign Facebook page, or email


This is a card that identifies social care workers and confirms they are key workers in fighting the current pandemic. It is very important that all frontline workers receive these cards.

An e-mail will have gone out to all professionally regulated social care workers on Social Care Wales register 15th April, introducing the card and providing them with instructions on how to download it onto their smartphone. The plastic cards will be posted to the registered workers when they are ready.

All managers on Social Care Wales’ Register will be asked to distribute the same information to members of their teams who need the card but are currently not registered with Social Care Wales.

For more information visit the following link:

Third sector resilience fund for Wales

Funding to provide cash flow support for voluntary organisations in Wales during the current Covid-19 crisis.

Voluntary Service Emergency Fund

A new grant scheme to enable voluntary organisations providing vital support during the Coronavirus crisis to continue and expand their work.

During this difficult period the aim is to safeguard all staff and any members of the public who we may come into contact with, in whatever capacity.

Find more information here.

In these unprecedented times our aim as the Learning and Development team is to share regular bulletins with our partnership agencies to keep you informed and up to date with relevant information.