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The Post Qualifying Social Work Research Methods Programme provides two postgraduate, post qualifying modules approved by the Northern Ireland Social Care Council (NISCC) as part of the Professional in Practice Framework. These modules include: The Evidence-Informed Professional and Organisation Research and Evaluation Methods in Social Work The Research and Evaluation…
The Kings Fund have released details of a new cohort of their transformational five-week programme for senior leaders in health and social care – public, private, third sector – who are and who want to be system leaders. The Top Manager Programme (TMP) has a 30-year history of developing senior…
The National Skills Academy (NSA) for Health has announced a further six healthcare organisations and training providers have successfully achieved the Skills for Health Quality Mark. Administered by the NSA for Health, the Quality Mark defines and endorses superior delivery of learning and training that healthcare employers need for a…
The Care Council for Wales has announced details of their Registered Manager’s forums will be taking place between May and the end of June this year. Each forum will include a short general update on what’s new from the Care Council followed by an interactive session that focuses on an…
On the week the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014 comes into force, a series of new resources has been added to the Care Council for Wales' Information & Learning Hub. They include the first materials for the fifth core training module, Assessing and Meeting the Needs of Individuals…
A £5,000 joining bonus, extra holidays, discounted wine and free food and booze are among the perks being offered by some firms, according to a new study. A survey by jobs site Glassdoor found that other benefits included an annual outing to the cinema for staff and their families, free…
The Care Council for Wales have announced four new core training modules are available to enhance understanding of the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act. The bilingual learning materials, which were developed by the Institute of Public Care (IPC), are split into two sections (level A and level B materials),…
A pioneering scheme which aims to better equip future managers in social care, has been launched as a result of a collaboration between the South East Wales Social Care in Partnership (SCiP), the University of South Wales and the Care Council. The pilot ‘Step Up to Management’ course launched at…
Goldsmiths University is today hosting the launch of the South East London Teaching Partnership, which aims to create a space where social work practitioners and academics can share their experiences and openly debate best practice. The nine-month pilot, in partnership with the Royal Borough of Greenwich, the London Borough of…
An e-learning module is one of two new resources to support the implementation of the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act now available on the Care Council for Wales Hub resource. The e-learning module is based on the Information and Awareness pack that's already on the Hub. The module, which…
Professional development training for social workers in Wales has been given a solid endorsement by practitioners who have already been involved in the courses. Eighty eight per cent would recommend the courses to their colleagues and an average of 91 per cent said they hoped to move onto the next…
The Northern Ireland Social Care Council (NISCC) have published details of a number of information sessions for workers to hear about the options available within Professional in Practice (PiP). At these sessions you will hear about: Credit Accumulation Approved Programmes Individual Assessment Route Tools and resources If you would like…
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