Understanding your role, remit and responsibilities as a registered manager and the range of regulation processes that apply to your service.
Care Quality Commission (CQC) requires care providers to have a formal system to assess staff competence to administer medication. This practical workshop provides the knowledge, materials and skills to care providers to create and manage a formal system to assess staff competence.
Funded for adult social care staff in Brighton and Hove
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.
Good governance and management are the bedrock of adult social care services being able to provide good and outstanding care. Your service will need effective support and systems in place to ensure that the service is well-led.
This workshop will support you to ensure the quality assurance and auditing activities support best practice. Learning outcomes . Recognise the need for auditing and quality assurance . Understand the auditing process . Recognise the importance of being a learning organisation , How to analyse and use the findings effectively . Recognise the importance of being a learning organisation The workshop is aimed at all staff who have responsibility for collecting and collating , quality assurance and auding.
19 October 2023
9.30am – 4.30pm
The intention of this regulation is to make sure that providers have systems and processes that ensure that they are able to meet other requirements in this part of the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 (Regulations 4 to 20A). To meet this regulation; providers must have effective governance, including assurance and auditing systems or processes.
Governance can be defined as a collection of systems and processes concerned with ensuring the overall direction, effectiveness, supervision and accountability of an organisation or service. Within adult social care, good governance is paramount due to the nature of the work completed and the impact your management can have on people’s lives.
This guidance describes how providers and managers can meet the regulations. These include the fundamental standards – the standards below which care must never fall.