Proud to Care Recruitment Campaign Resources
Cornwall Needs You. Be Proud to Care
'When you care in Cornwall, every day makes a difference'
Social Care Recruitment Campaign
Proud to Care Cornwall has been funded by Skills for Care to run a local recruitment campaign to support the Department of Health and Social Care's national campaign.
A range of resources, with supporting guidance, have been produced for use by providers in Cornwall and Isles of Scilly to engage with the campaign; to help change perceptions of what it means to work in adult social care and to encourage people with the right values to apply for jobs.
There is further information and guidance in relation to the campaign which we ask you to read before using any of the the resources.
The recruitment campaign is run by Proud to Care Cornwall and if you would like to use the Proud to Care logo on your materials, please contact us for branding guidelines and logo at firstname.lastname@example.org
Local Campaign Resources
Resources below are available for social care providers in Cornwall to use. This page will be updated with additional resources as they become available.
If you need these media resources in a different format, please contact us at email@example.com
The following film clips are available for social care providers in Cornwall to use on websites and social media.
Will and Nina - let's go dancing
To share this film please use the Vimeo link to Will and Nina.
Other films for you to use are:-
- Dawn and Sara - What working in care means
- Dawn and Sara - Working with dementia, the best job
- Mark and Lynn - What I'm doing tomorrow
- Various - Thank you Montage One
- Various - Thank you Montage Two
There are a number of photographs available for you to use in adverts and on marketing materials featuring the same people who appear in our films. Some of these have space for you to include text and can be accessed via the links below.
National Campaign Resources
In addition to our local Cornwall resources, there is also a range of resources available for use as part of the Department for Health and Social Care national recruitment campaign. These are available on the Every Day is Different website.