A countersignatory is someone in a social service organisation who is a main point of contact for the SSSC.
Countersignatories endorse applications for registration to confirm competence, ... Continue Reading →
When a registrant completes a qualification that meets the condition on their registration they need to send us a verified photocopy of the qualification gained or upload it to their ... Continue Reading →
Helping you manage registration for your workers
A lead countersignatory can nominate up to three people in their organisation to receive an email when we lapse one of your workers. ... Continue Reading →
Over the last year weâ€™ve gathered feedback from employers on how MySSSC is working for them, what aspects of MySSSC is making managing the registration of workers easier and to find ... Continue Reading →
Registration becomes compulsory for support workers in care home services for adults on 30 September (find out what â€śsupport workersâ€ť means here).
Registration is also compulsory ... Continue Reading →
Have you checked your MySSSC lately?
It’s a good idea to log into your MySSSCÂ account periodicallyÂ so you’re aware of deadlines relating to your registration and also ... Continue Reading →
A new document uploading feature on MySSSC makes it easier for applicants, registrants and employers to send us information.
We’ve already had a positive response from people ... Continue Reading →
Since January 2014 to March 2015 we’ve receivedÂ over 20,000 applications from support workers in care home services for adults.
We estimate that 3,500Â support workers have ... Continue Reading →
MySSSC is the SSSCâ€™s online service for applicants, registrants, employers andÂ universities. In this issue we look at how Caroline Wilson, Human Resources Assistant, East Lothian ... Continue Reading →