Social care training

We provide free training courses for providers of social care across the whole sector in Denbighshire. 

Denbighshire social care training courses

We are currently continuing to work on delivering our learning in a blended way via virtual sessions and e-learning and some essential face to face courses. If you would like any information about our courses, or would like to receive a copy of our workforce newsletter, then please contact us on or telephone 01824 706610.

We have worked with social care providers, members of the Social Care Workforce Development Partnership, and the local authority management teams to identify what the training needs are, and we have designed the training around these needs.

Social Care Workforce Development Partnership training programme 2024 to 2025 (PDF, 300KB)

All training is free of charge.

Who can apply for training?

Anyone who carries out social care duties in Denbighshire can apply for training. Courses are open to independent and third sector social care providers in Denbighshire: staff from the local authority or statutory sector, foster carers, unpaid family carers, direct payment recipients and their personal assistants.

For most courses, there are a maximum of two places available per organisation.

Details of courses or training programmes will be sent out via email to all partners on our mailing list. To be added to our mailing list please contact us:

Contact the Workforce Development Team

How do I book on to a course?

You can book a place on a course online below:

Apply online for social care training

Alternatively, you can download and complete a paper booking form and return it to:

Workforce Development Team,
Adult and Business Services,
Denbighshire County Council,
PO Box 62,
LL15 9AZ.

Social care training booking form (MS Word, 1.03MB)

Places are allocated on a first come, first served basis. We will let you know if you have successfully gained a place on a course within 5 working days of receiving your booking form.

This training is provided as part of the Social Care Workforce Development Partnership (SCWDP).

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