Supporting registered managers to develop the business skills needed to manage both internal and external factors that influence an organization’s growth and profitability.
Taking a practical approach that’s grounded in your own experience, this course will introduce you to the essentials of business and management, the context in which businesses and other organisations operate, and its common aims and characteristics.
This free elearning course is for all staff working in adult social care services in England.
Care providers can use this course to improve and assess their staff’s knowledge of data protection and cyber security – including their individual responsibility to keep information safe. The course meets the training requirements within the Data Security and Protection Toolkit (DSPT).
This is the only free elearning resource on this topic specifically designed for social care staff. The scenarios reflect situations that staff face within adult social care settings – including care homes, supported living, home care and community services. It covers all client groups, and all staff with access to personal data.
This course explores a range of digital skills and practices, including digital identity, digital well-being, staying safe and legal, finding and using information and online tools, and dealing with information overload.
A new online advice service to help the NHS and care system adopt and make use of new digital and AI technologies launched this month.
The AI and Digital Regulations service provides guidance and offers:
The service is a multi-agency collaboration between Care Quality Commission (CQC), the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, the Health Research Authority and the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency.
Throughout November and December, Skiils for Care are shining a spotlight on increasing #DigitalConfidence in adult social care, so that you can make the most of digital technology in your organisation.
We know that digital can sound daunting, but it doesn’t need to be
Understanding your role in managing resources is vital to enable to you provide good and outstanding care.
Newsletter MILE pathway March 2023
By developing digital skills, social care managers can lead the way as we move into a digitally focused future, ensuring everyone can benefit from tech-enabled care.