SSSC consultation on supervisory and management qualification requirements for adult services

The SSSC are considering increasing supervisory and management qualification requirements for registration for all supervisors and managers in adult services.

The proposal is to change the minimum requirement for qualifications for supervisors and managers from 15 SCQF credits to 30 SCQF for new registrants (and possibly existing staff).

Although Scottish Care will be submitting a response, it is very important that our members recognise what these proposed changes mean in reality and engage with this consultation process.

The consultation closes on 16th April.

The SSSC also wants this consultation to inform the wider support provided to managers and supervisors. The questionnaire can be found through the link below:

http://www.sssc.uk.com/consultations/consultations/current-consultations/consultation-on-the- supervisory-and- management-qualification- requirements-for- adult-services

For further information please contact Robert Kelman – Learning and Development Advisor at the SSSC on 01382 346469 or [email protected]

If you would like to discuss this with a member of the Scottish Care Workforce Matters Team please contact Katharine – [email protected] or Paul –[email protected]

 

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