Break helps inspire the future generation of social care workers from local college.
30 Nov 2022
30 Nov 2022
During the day, students were encouraged to think about why they wanted a career in care and what benefits there might be in working for a charity like Break, both for themselves and the young people they would support and created inspiring posters to showcase their learnings from the presentations.
"This was a fantastic opportunity for our students to hear from professionals working in a range of interesting, challenging and rewarding roles in care,"comments Allison Crowe Tutorial Supervisor at Norwich City College.
"They learnt about the critical job Break undertakes in supporting vulnerable young people, and children with disabilities, and the variety of settings they work within. It has inspired a number of students to continue in their ambitions towards Social Work and Social Care, as well as inspiring others to consider opportunities to develop their experience and skills directly with 'Break', and the fact that one of the speakers was a Childcare student at City College Norwich showed the career progression that is possible for our students."