The National Skills Academy for Social Care has produced six steps to successful supervision.
This will ensure that all parties involved in supervision get the most out of it.
Click here to to view the page.
The Care Council has produced Effective Supervision in Social Care, an e-learning training package for new and aspiring social care managers that aims to help them effectively supervise staff.
It includes audio and video case studies and aims to develop people’s understanding of performance management, supervision, appraisal and evaluation.
The Care Certificate Workbook from Skills for Care is a free downloadable resource aimed at supporting the training process and helping employers and their new health and social care workers to cover parts of the Care Certificate. The Care Certificate Workbook has been produced following the piloting of the Care Certificate, which indicated employers would […]
This communicating with people with a learning disability guide from Mencap is designed to provide a brief introduction to communication, and the problems faced by someone with a learning disability. It also contains tips on how you can be a better communicator, and how you can help someone with a learning disability to get their […]
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has published guidance on sensible risk assessment in care settings. The guidance covers a range of areas such as moving and handling and falls. Click here to view this guidance.
This free Advanced Planning for People with Bipolar Disorder guide has been developed by NHS and university partners and is based on extensive research involving people with Bipolar Disorder. We feel it has huge potential to support people with Bipolar Disorder by helping them to retain control as well as protect their welfare, property and […]
Social Care TV is a large library of videos on social care, covering adults and young people services, it is run by the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE). It is free to access and focuses on the English care system but can used across the United Kingdom. All the films on Social Care TV […]