Understanding the systems available in adult social care for information management including the legal requirements relating to gathering, storing and sharing information and the importance of having sharing protocols between organisations.
‘An introduction to cyber security’ to find out more about cyber security and how to improve it.
Data protection compliance is an essential legal requirement for all organisations. Since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force in May 2018, it is more vital than ever that anyone who works with personal data understands the laws and acts in compliance. Failure to process personal or sensitive data securely and lawfully can lead to severe penalties. Making sure that you are acting compliantly and handling data correctly is essential in any sector.
There are some rules you must follow when you handle personal data. These are set out by GDPR and the National Data Guardian’s 10 data security standards. There’s a free toolkit you can use to help you meet them.
The three videos for frontline staff have been developed to be used in team meetings or group learning sessions with a facilitator, e.g. registered manager or inhouse trainer, to encourage discussion and commitment to team and individual actions.
Using electronic records to capture assessments, diagnostics, care plans and interactions with a person and their family are now commonplace within health and social care services
Gain essential cyber security knowledge and skills, to help protect your digital life. You will learn how to recognise the threats that could harm you online and the steps you can take to reduce the risks.
Sussex Digital In Reach Team provides a free platform on which Care Providers across Sussex can access free advice and support on technology, digitalisation and data protection. We are run by the care providers for the care providers.
This document is to be considered as
guidance which supports conversations about language. It is not exhaustive by any means. It is a tool,
a thinking place, an opened door into moving towards trauma informed settings, services
and systems. It is an invitation to develop deeper awareness around stigmatisation,
understanding that when we change the language, we change how we see the world.
This qualification aims to build knowledge on the study of business improvement techniques, including workplace organisation, building effective teams and managing working relationships.