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Sponsorship opportunities

The Skills for Care Accolades awards have been celebrating excellence in adult social care since 2003.

Our sponsors help to make the Accolades the great success it is.

There are a number of sponsorship opportunities available to suit a range of budgets, including exclusive category sponsorship.

Being associated with a well-established brand like the Accolades awards will help raise your profile and promote your products and services.

If your organisation is interested in sponsoring the Accolades awards, we have the following opportunities:

  • Award categories
  • Media partner
  • Gala event partner
  • Event advertising
  • Communications partner (non-financial)

‘QCS are delighted to be on board for the Accolades 2020.’

Accolades 2020 headline sponsor

For more information please download a copy of our sponsorship brochure here or email sarah.price@skillsforcare.org.uk.

Quality Compliance Systems (QCS) - Headline sponsor

Quality Compliance Systems (QCS) is the leading compliance management system for the UK care sector. Our service provides over 53,000 care, dental and medical professionals with access to the most comprehensive set of customised policies, procedures and compliance toolkits, enabling our users to stay compliant with current Care Quality Commission policies. Over 2,700 dedicated pages are reviewed and updated regularly in line with legislative and regulatory requirements, and best practice guidelines, by our team of leading industry experts. Instant policy updates are delivered digitally, 24/7, directly to our customers via the online management system and QCS app.

To find out more or to sign-up for a FREE no obligation trial, go to www.qcs.co.uk or call us on 0333 405 3333.

HC-One - Sponsor of Best employer of under 50 staff

HC-One, The Kind Care Company was founded in 2011 with the aim of being the care provider of choice for individuals looking for the very best care and support and the employer of choice for the most professional and kindest care teams.

We are a Skills for Care Centre of Excellence (2016-2019) and have an award winning internal learning and development offering which equips our colleagues with the skills they need to deliver the kindest care while identifying talent and supporting career progression.

If you are interested in joining us, please contact our recruitment hotline on 0800 1690 229.

UTS - Sponsor of Most effective approach to leadership and management

UTS are a national, specialist provider of skills development programmes to the health, housing and social care sectors.

Our purpose is to support organisations to perform at the highest possible level and become the best organisation they can be.

We achieve this by working in partnership with our organisations to design and deliver great skills development programmes, aligned to objectives, that increase the capabilities, skills and confidence of their workforce from new starters to senior managers.

UTS are a Skills for Care Endorsed Provider, rated as a ‘Good’ with Ofsted and deliver training courses, accredited qualifications and apprenticeship programmes.

Tel: 01727 733999

E-Mail: info@uniquetrainingsolutions.co.uk

Nursing & Midwifery Council - Sponsor of Most effective approach to continuing professional development for the regulated workforce in social care settings

We’re the independent regulator for nurses, midwives and nursing associates. We hold a register of the 690,000 nurses and midwives who can practise in the UK, and nursing associates who can practise in England.

Better and safer care for people is at the heart of what we do, supporting the healthcare professionals on our register to deliver the highest standards of care. We make sure nurses, midwives and nursing associates have the skills they need to care for people safely, with integrity, expertise, respect and compassion, from the moment they step into their first job.

NICE - Sponsor of Most effective collaborative approach to integrated new models of care 

NICE is focused on improving outcomes for people, through quality improvement in health and social care services. We produce guidance and advice, based on the best available evidence, for a range of health and care practitioners and for people using services. Our guidance covers social care and health topics and settings, including integrated approaches to care.

We support Quality Matters and worked with partners to produce a resource to inspire local collaborative working between health and social care ‘Unlocking capacity: smarter together’. Visit our social care pages to find out more about our work in the sector www.nice.org.uk/about/nice-communities/social-care.

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