The work-based learning team at Pembrokeshire College have been shortlisted in the West Wales Regional Partnership Board (WWRPB) Health and Social Care Awards.

Designed to showcase the work undertaken by the health and social care sector across west Wales, the awards highlight the latest innovations and share learning from partners across the region.

The awards are also an opportunity to celebrate the outstanding work undertaken by health and social care staff (including volunteers) across the region.

Individuals, teams, groups, and organisations from all sectors—public, private, third sector and voluntary, were eligible to nominate themselves or be nominated by others in a chance to share achievements with colleagues and celebrate the collective impact of the sector.

For this year’s awards the WWRPB invited nominations in six categories: Transformation through Innovation; Integrated Care; Team of the Year; Co-Production; Workforce Development; and Outstanding Contribution to Health and Social Care.

The team are proud to have been shortlisted for the Workforce Development Award which looks to celebrates a team or project that has significantly impacted the wellbeing of staff through implementing a wellbeing workforce initiative or resource beyond the requirements of their role.

With workforce wellbeing being critical to the success of an organisation placing wellbeing at the heart of their work is one of the team’s top priorities.

Two members of the team will now attend an event at the Parc Y Scarlets Stadium in Llanelli on Thursday, March 14 where they will find out if they have won.

The Awards Ceremony will follow the theme of Welsh Government's ‘Further, Faster, Together’ vision and the Healthier Wales initiative.

The event will focus on showcasing the latest innovations and best practices in health and social care, as well as celebrating the achievements of individuals and organisations that are working to improve the health and well-being of people in Wales.