Registered manager membership in England goes from strength to strength

Sharon Allen, CEO Skills for Care in England writes:

In a rather different enews, I want to share
some of the best features and articles that our registered manager
members of Skills for Care have received over the last 18 months in
their monthly newsletters.

Our members’ newsletter is packed with useful
information and articles that are directly relevant to the registered
manager role. Regular features include ‘Spotlight on…’, ‘Burning
question’, ‘Expert insight’ and ‘Cut out and keep’.

In this enews special we’ve included some example articles
for you to read. Each piece is written by experts who offer advice,
support, practical information and guidance on matters and issues that
are important to registered managers. We also hear from our own members
who share best practice with their peers; something every good manager
should do, irrespective of the setting or sector they work in.

If you’re a registered manager or nominated individual, I’d
like to ask you to support key research that Skills for Care is
conducting into your role, by completing the survey here

Your responses will help us continue to develop our offer to registered
managers and share information with the sector about your role, your
experiences and the support you need.

Skills for Care is the membership body for registered
managers, so if you’re not already a member, I would encourage you to
find out more by either

visiting our website

contacting your Locality Manager

or emailing Edward Hopkins, our Membership Lead at

membership@skillsforcare.org.uk

.

Published by Residential Forum

The Residential Forum is to promote the achievement of high standards of care and support for children and adults living in residential care and nursing homes, supported housing, residential schools and colleges, hospices and hostels. It contributes to improving the quality of service to the public. Members of the Forum are people of standing and experience drawn from the public, private and voluntary sectors, as well as some who can speak for service users and carers.

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