Managing a culture where the whole staff team feel part of quality assurance and continuous improvement processes in the service including reporting and learning from accidents, incidents, errors and near misses in the service
This course will help staff at all levels to understand the importance of their own role in contributing to high quality services.
Free for adult social care staff working in Brighton and hove
CQC Training Courses for Management and Staff, Guides and Advice for those tasked with Care Quality Management.
For those committed to delivering the highest levels of care, this module covers how you can exceed CQC expectations to achieve an ‘Outstanding’ rating.
Good and outstanding-rated services encourage and effectively resource the drive for improvement. From effective quality assurance practices to the ability to research and act upon innovation, these services are committed to providing the best care possible and can implement the changes needed.
Could you or your care home team benefit from training on ‘self care and homely remedies’? This free online training is for care home staff who manage and administer medication.
The session will cover:
Participants will be given resources which can be adapted to suit the individual needs of their care home.
The training is being offered by the Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust Medicines Optimisation in Care Homes (MOCH) team.
It takes place on the first Tuesday of the month, starting at 2:30pm, running from July through to December, and you don’t need to book in advance.
Quality assurance involves the monitoring and evaluation of the service to ensure that
the quality is being met. The following recommendations are aimed to supporting
services to deliver effective quality assurance and evidence care that meets regulatory
This online learning resource supports managers and staff working in health and social care to be more knowledgeable about – and understand – the process of using and implementing quality improvement methodology.
This resource provides social workers and social care workers with information about quality improvement and the associated tools that can be used within health and social care organisations.
This resource helps shape high quality adult social care services and improve the wellbeing of adults using social care.
It brings together our quality standards and medicines guidelines in an easy to use format, mapped against the Care Quality Commission (CQC)’s 5 key questions. We designed the resource for people involved in commissioning adult social care. But it could also be useful to provider organisations, and people who fund their own care.