While there is currently no mandatory management training framework for registered managers, Skills for Care have identified 11 Manager Induction Standards (MIS)which set out the fundamental skills and knowledge required by a new registered manager, underpinned by the values and ethics intrinsic to social care.
Skills for Care hosts local and national events and networks to support the adult social care sector with their workforce development needs.
Search for events in your local area by region and by topic. If you’re looking for network event in your area and can’t find it on the listing below, please contact your locality manager.
Here you can find resources which introduce fundamentals of health and care. Our first learning opportunity is RESTORE2 Training as provided by Hampshire and Isle of Wight ICB.
It’s important to continually respond to and learn from what is going well, and what isn’t going so well. This enables you to make improvements to your service and offer that benefit everyone – especially those accessing care and support.
The Manager Induction Standards (MIS) set out what a manager needs to know and understand to perform well in their role.
Leaders and managers are important to the success of any organisation. That’s why the effective induction of managers needs to be a key focus, so they start off on the right step and in the right direction.
Skills for Care has reviewed the Manager Induction Standards (2023) so you can use them to support this process.