Delivering Excellence Through Assessment

Delivering Excellence Through Assessment. Knowledge plays a fundamental role in competence and we believe that checking knowledge is the starting point for quality care.

We are delighted to announce that during the course of June and July we are hosting a number of free workshops, across the UK.

The workshop is entitled "How to manage staff development with less money and still improve quality" and is linked to our "Top Tips" document which will be available to take away on the day.  The workshops are only a couple of hours long and start at 9.30am in the following locations:

12th June - Manchester
18th June - Leeds
3rd July - Hammersmith
4th July - Rochester
5th July - Borehamwood
12th July - Nottingham
16th July - Bristol
19th July - Durham

For more information please download the flyer from:

If you would like to register, please do get in touch because places are limited.

The workshops will cover the following:

•             Evidencing workers’ and volunteers’ knowledge and competence
•             Identifying knowledge gaps and setting learning objectives for workers
•             Knowledge transfer to the work setting
•             Links between providing good quality supervision and observation of practice
•             Making the best use of available resources
•             Funded and free resources available for staff development
•             CQC Training Qualifications Guidance, (Outcome 14 & 25)
•             How CQC arrive at judgements about services
•             Skills for Care’s guidance and recommendations around staff development
•             Training courses & e-learning alone do not evidence competence
•             Case studies highlighting best practice
•             Safeguarding vulnerable people through a competent workforce
•             Online Assessment system demonstration
•             What info the assessments generate and how to use that info
•             Supervision discussion and the assessment results
•             Online assessments save time, money and strengthen evidence of competence

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