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Care and support training resources

Coronavirus: support and information

If you need help during the coronavirus outbreak, please see our coronavirus webpages.

You can find details of our community helpline and other ways to get support on our I need help page, and there's also help and support if you are self isolating.

Keep up to date with local matters and find training resources to develop your care and support skills.

Staying informed

  • Surrey News
    Read the latest news from Surrey County Council.
  • Your local area
    Find out about what the council is doing in your local area and how you can get involved to help make Surrey a better place to live.
  • Surrey Matters
    Browse through the council's online magazine, covering topics such as health and wellbeing, young people, recycling, things to do out and about, libraries and getting around.
  • Adult Social Care monthly briefing
    Join the distribution list for the adult social care monthly briefing by emailing asc.engagement@surreycc.gov.uk The latest briefing is attached (PDF)
  • Adult Social Care Coronavirus special briefing. Find our special briefing below.
  • Health and Wellbeing Board monthly updates
    Receive the latest monthly update from the forum of health and social care leaders in Surrey.

Training

  • Surrey Skills Academy
    Access a wide range of training and learning opportunities with a focus on social care, including e-learning, classroom-based courses, as well as signposting to other training providers.
  • Making Every Contact Count
    Find out more about an approach to healthcare that encourages all those who have contact with the public to talk about their health and wellbeing.
  • Wheel of Wellbeing
    Discover a visual framework made up of six universal themes that underpin mental (and physical) health and wellbeing, covering body, mind, spirit, people, place and planet.
  • Information and signposting intervention guidance (PDF)
    Download a set of scenarios to help with care and support signposting.
  • Action for Carers Surrey
    Access online and classroom based training for professionals working with carers in health and social care, voluntary organisations or the private sector.

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