As well as having a role in social service apprenticeships, we also offer modern apprenticeships (MA) at the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC). MAs are an alternative to full ... Continue Reading →
VSDF supports a range of voluntary sector organisations providing social services which are registered with the Care Inspectorate. Small and medium-sized organisations in particular ... Continue Reading →
Weâ€™ve recently produced an Open Badge for the leadership capability feedback tool found within our Step into Leadership website.
The tool is the most popular resource on Step into ... Continue Reading →
Come alongÂ and find out our latest developments in registration and fitness to practise.Â
Take this opportunity toÂ meetÂ us and getÂ your questions answered.
Each event will have ... Continue Reading →
We are delighted to announce the finalists in the six categories of this yearâ€™s Scotlandâ€™s Dementia Awards: a partnership between Alzheimer Scotland, NHS Education for Scotland, ... Continue Reading →
We areÂ looking for your views on the level and credit of awards (qualifications) for managers and supervisors.
â€˘ care home services for adults
â€˘ care at home services
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The parts of the register for supervisors in care at home services and supervisors in housing support services are now open.
SupervisorsÂ in these roles can now apply for registration ... Continue Reading →
Please note these information sessions areÂ cancelledÂ due to lack of interest.
If you have any queries about how workers apply to register, setting up a MySSSC account or about registration ... Continue Reading →
Jon Gill, SSSC Communications and Engagement Designer reports on the launch of Positive Wiring, one of the projects that came out of the Workforce of the future challenge 2012.
Positive ... Continue Reading →
A new strategy published by the Sector Skills Council for social services will improve the skills and confidence of workers to use Electronic Assistive Technology (eAT) and help the ... Continue Reading →