The Continuous Learning Framework (CLF) Gathering Groups aim to bring individuals and organisations that are using the Continuous Learning Framework (CLF) together. Â The groups meet ... Continue Reading →
Connected learning in health and social care
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The Continuous Learning Framework (CLF) urges social services workers to take responsibility for their own ... Continue Reading →
In todayâ€™s rapidly changing world of work, learning is no longer a one-off exercise we do when gaining a qualification. More and more, we are expected to be able to adapt and take ... Continue Reading →
SSSC Help CentreThe SSSC help centre is here to answer your questions on things that matter to you. In this issue Ian Fricker, SSSC Project Officer answers your questions about how ... Continue Reading →
It is now four years since we published the Continuous Learning Framework (CLF). Since December 2008 you have given us lots of examples of how the CLF is making a positive difference ... Continue Reading →
Recently, two Workforce Development and Planning staff Fiona Clark and Ian Fricker, presented a workshop about the Continuous Learning Framework (CLF)Â Â at the annual European Social ... Continue Reading →
Are you a childminder or interested in becoming a childminder? Although childminders do not need to register with the SSSC (they register with the Care Inspectorate), we can help you ... Continue Reading →
The Continuous Learning Framework (CLF) sets out what people working in social services need to be able to do their jobs well now and in the future and what their employer needs to ... Continue Reading →
Linda Paterson at Clackmannanshire Council tells us how theyâ€™ve integrated the Continuous Learning Framework (CLF) into their own performance review and development (PRD) system.
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With the SSSC Continuous Learning Framework (CLF) rolling out in services across Scotland we aim to showcase how youâ€™re using it in practice, bringing you regular examples in SSSC ... Continue Reading →