Have you accessed funding through the Workforce Development Fund yet?
The CAHSC Learning Partnership are co-ordinating this funding worth a total of £220K for all adult social care providers to support staff learning and development. All you would need to do is become a partner member with CAHSC Learning Partnership and be registered and compliant on ASC-WDS. You can then claim for any certificates dated between 1st January 2019 – 31st March 2020 for a range of qualifications and learning programmes.
How to get DBS checks resulted as quickly as possible. Read Devon County Council’s handy guidance.
CQC have published a guide and resources to look at how can a focus on equality and human rights improve the quality of care in times of financial constraint?
It aims to help providers put equality and human rights at the heart of their improvement work so that the quality of care gets better for everyone.
The e-LfH is now in process of delivering over 150 e-learning programmes in partnership with professional bodies. They provide access around the clock to online, nationally quality assured materials covering subjects from emergency medicine, end of life care, primary care to statutory and mandatory training.
Leadership development programme – workshop resources
Care workforce app
The national app for social care providers provides access to guidance, learning resources, discounts and other support all in one place under the CARE brand.
National death in service notification
Here is the national death in service notification letter from Department for Health and Social Care to Local Authorities, which we are sharing with providers.