As a registered manager you play a vital role in the delivery of good quality social care, providing leadership and direction to your staff. Partners in Care supports Registered Managers through local networking events and workshops – on our website you can find lots of information to support Registered Managers which can be found via the links below:
> Meet the Partners in Care team, including contact details
> Information on events and courses taking place across Bournemouth, Dorset & Poole
> Support with training and funding, including: a list of training providers, details on funding to support the costs of Health & Social Care qualifications, information on the National Minimum Data Set and up to date information on the launch of the Care Certificate
> Latest news on Health & Social Care
> Useful links to websites that may be beneficial
In addition there are other websites which provide a wealth of information and support such as:
The Care Quality Commission – guidance on care provider inspections
The National Skills Academy – supporting Registered Managers and developing leadership
Skills for Care – the employer led workforce development body for adult social care
Skills for Care Next Steps – Helping you to improve your organisation to meet the CQC standards and regulations, and to deliver high quality care.
Skills for Care Care Improvement Works – A new online resource directs care providers to free, reliable guides, learning tools and products mapped to the Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) inspection questions and key lines of enquiry (KLOEs). Developed in partnership with the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), Care Improvement Works aims to support improvement – whatever your inspection rating. The resource has been developed with support from care providers, regulators, commissioners, service users and carers. You can search for products by CQC question or KLOE, generate your own lists of useful products, and email the list to yourself or others.
My Home Life – We work with care homes, statutory bodies, community organisations and others to co-create new ways of working to better meet the needs of older people, relatives and staff.
Our vision is a world where care homes are great places to live, die, visit and work; where care homes are:
- Supported to deliver to their potential
- Valued and trusted by those who work with them
- Cherished by their local communities
Skills for Care Finding and Keeping Workers – Recruitment and retention resources for adult social care, including a informative video.
National Skills Academy – Graduate Management Training Scheme
The next cohort of Graduate Management Trainees will be recruited to join the programme which will start in January 2016. For more information visit https://www.nsasocialcare.co.uk/hosts?utm_source=NSA+Social+Care&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=5749150_Newsletter+June+2015&dm_i=78P,3F82M,3ITN8C,C8WKP,1