General Practice Skills you Need in the Social Care Industry

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General Practice Skills List in the Social Care Industry

Below we have compiled a list of the most popular skills for a General Practice role. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of General Practice job descriptions they appeared on. For example, 4% of General Practice job descriptions contained communication skills as a skill.

Skills

Popularity

communication skills
4%
management
4%
social care
4%
elderly care
4%
dementia
3%
part-time
3%
nurse
3%
safeguarding
3%
care assistant
3%
care worker
3%
elderly care assistant
3%
senior care assistant
3%
chester
3%
support worker
3%
full-time
3%
rgn
2%
cleaning
2%
care manager
2%
deputy care manager
2%
caring
2%
equal opportunities
2%
manager
2%
winsford
2%
wellbeing
2%
nurse practitioner
2%
adults
2%
support assistant
2%
qualified nurse
2%
registered general nurse
2%
team leader
2%
registered nurse
2%
elderly care nurse
1%
local authority
1%
domiciliary care assistant
1%
british sign language
1%
medication
1%
needs analysis
1%
general nurse
1%
programme management
1%
deputy manager
1%
nhs
1%
personal care
1%
public sector
1%
elderly
1%
private family
1%
home care
1%
rehabilitation
1%
reliable
1%
nursing
1%
education
1%
hampshire
1%
young people
1%
group activities
1%
planning systems
1%
leadership
1%
behaviour
1%
home manager
1%
residential child care support worker
1%
people skills
1%
rostering
1%
childcare
1%
unit manager
1%
educational psychologist
1%
supporting people
1%
flexible approach
1%
records
1%
child protection
1%
highly committed
1%
deputy service manager
1%
health
1%
collaboration
1%
independent living
1%
capital programme
1%
service coordinator
1%
legislation
1%
housing
1%
care home
1%
services coordinator
1%
writing
1%
healthcare
1%

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