The sun is shining, SCIE co-production week is the 2nd to the 7th of July, and it’s a great week for co-production events! Read this issue of the newsletter to find out how to publicise any events you’re holding, or how else you can get involved.
Also in this month’s issue is the latest CQC report on the most effective ways adult social care services improve their ratings, and details of our new I.T. suite, available for staff to use.
In this week’s newsletter, find details of upcoming events, a download of the latest NICE guidance, and information about how group reading has been shown to help people with dementia
Senior Staff: Remember to complete your Information Governance e-learning course this month, before training the rest of your team. Information on course dates and links to training documents can be found in this issue, along with news of Skills for Care’s 2018 national campaign.
Care Certificate facilitated workshops will be running from December 2017 at Head Office. This and other important information re training can be found in this issue.
New dates for the Medication Administration training and parking facilities nearby Mansion House can be found in this issue.
Positive Leadership Attributes, an awareness campaign about Mental Health and some useful information about E-Learning can be found in this issue.
Do you want to apply for our e-Learning courses? Find out in this issue the process you need to follow as well as some other important information related to training.
Specific information on how to apply for our internal E-Learning courses and an introduction to our Creative Academy Scholarships can be found in this issue.
Important information about the Care Certificate, E-Learning training and Free Online courses delivered by universities can be found in this issue.
You can find in this issue a useful article about how to apply for E-Learning training as well as a link to the BBC Radio 4’s report “Care in Crisis”.