You can now apply for Open Badges to give recognition of your learning about the safe administration of medication using the three online modules in the SSSC Learning Zone.
Each module ... Continue Reading →
If you registeredÂ as a newly qualified social worker in the last year remember you need to carry out 144 hours of post registration training and learning (PRTL).
At least 30 hours ... Continue Reading →
From 28 to 30 October 2016 we will be at the Mozilla Festival (MozFest), a high profile technology conference where Robert Stewart, SSSC Learning and Development Adviser, will deliver ... Continue Reading →
SSSC staff joined young people from Who Cares? Scotland on their residential weekend in April 2016 to deliver a workshop focusing on young people’s leadership and that of the ... Continue Reading →
We want to tell you about our latest Open Badges and answer some of your questions.
Open Badges are digital certificates recognising learning and achievement. We use them to help you ... Continue Reading →
Open Badges are an exciting development in the way learning and skills can now be recognised.Â
To help tell people about the difference they can make, weâ€™ve made this short video ... 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 →
The Lens is a new initiative backed by the Scottish Government to promote intrapreneurship in the Scottish third sector, helping people to see and think differently.Â
Created by director, ... Continue Reading →
The recent Smarter Learning for Self-directed Support Conference invited everyone to think about the small things they can do to make a big difference to someoneâ€™s life.Â
The eventÂ took ... Continue Reading →
We’reÂ adopting Mozilla Open Badges as part ofÂ our increasing suite of digital learning tools for the social care workforce.
Open Badges are digital certificates which recognise ... Continue Reading →