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What qualifications do I need to become a support worker?

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At the moment there is no national recognised entry qualification to become a support worker although evidence of previous care work or the possession of an S/NVQ in healthcare would be advantageous. There will be an expectation that applicants will have a good level of general education, particularly in relation to skill areas like communication. Further information on career development and existing qualifications is available for our associate members.

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