The Social Care Premier Supplier Awards
2 min read/Published On: September 25, 2023/456 words/

Grey Matter Learning are going for gold at the Social Care Premier Supplier Awards

Grey Matter Learning (GML) has recently been named as a finalist in the Workforce Development category at the forthcoming Social Care Premier Supplier Awards. The award, which is given to an organisation that demonstrates an innovative approach to workforce development, is one of 14 awards on offer at the coveted ceremony which will take place at London Hilton Bankside Hotel next month.

Grey Matter Learning have long been synonymous with delivering high-quality responsive, flexible, and accessible eLearning solutions to the social care sector, working closely with providers to understand their training and developmental needs. In the past 12 months alone, 22 new courses have been launched in response to feedback from the sector. Currently, the award-winning training provider works with over 3,000 customers and supports over 96,000 care professions to develop their skills, knowledge, and behaviours.

The Social Care Premier Supplier Awards are a distinguished accolade within the care sector, designed to recognise excellence in products and services that enhance the quality of care provided. These awards celebrate innovation, exceptional customer service, and demonstrable positive outcomes for clients.

The Workforce Development award recognises organisations that go above and beyond in enhancing the skills and capabilities of the social care workforce. Contenders for this category must showcase an innovative approach to workforce development that adapts seamlessly to changing guidance and updates. Moreover, exceptional client outcomes must be at the heart of their efforts.

Such exceptional client outcomes and clear impacts was evidenced as part of their submission, with the likes of AgeUK, one of GML’s 3,000 plus customers noting that “from a Quality & Compliance point of view, [working with GML] gives us more confidence that our partners’ teams are more competent in their roles.” Over 80% of Age UK’s partners with regulated services use ‘Click’ and it’s been noted that they see the benefits. Devon County Council, who have recently renewed their contract with GML, have 5,429 care professionals who have benefitted from the 135+ courses available on ‘Click’. To date, their care professionals have completed 56,163 courses. Grey Matter Learning’s impact with the council can be discovered here.

Phil Hitchcox, Commercial Director at Grey Matter Learning said;

“We are immensely proud of this recognition and view it as a validation of our ongoing dedication to elevating the social care workforce. This nomination further motivates us to continue evolving our approach in line with the latest industry standards and guidance.

“None of this would be possible without our incredible team of passionate and highly knowledge colleagues. Together, we are committed to making a positive impact on the social care sector and the lives of those it serves.”

Stay tuned for updates as we eagerly await the awards ceremony this Autumn. We look forward to celebrating with our fellow finalists and industry peers.

Related Posts