Are you digitally savvy? Here’s 23 Things to help you

Do you use tablets or smartphones at work? Does your employer or the people you support expect you to know about digital technology and how to use it? Employers are asking workers to ... Continue Reading →

23 Things to support your workers digital capabilities

23 Things – digital capabilities is our new online resource to support learning and practice in Scotland’s social services that you can work through at your own pace.  Each thing ... Continue Reading →

Our learning resources – helping you develop in your adult’s services role

Did you know we produce lots of free and easy to use resources that can help develop your skills? As a worker in adult’s services you need to be skilled and competent to meet ... Continue Reading →

Our learning resources – helping you develop in your children’s services role

Did you know we produce lots of free and easy to use resources that can help develop your skills? As a worker in children’s services you need to be skilled and competent to meet the ... Continue Reading →

How up to date is your registration?

When you register with us, there are up to 5 things you need to do to keep your registration up to date. Keep us informed It’s important you tell us about changes in your circumstances. ... Continue Reading →

Newly qualified social workers – applying for registration

Newly qualified social workers (NQSW) have six months from the date they start their first social work role to complete their SSSC registration.  However, as a NQSW you don’t need ... Continue Reading →

Is your registration due for renewal?

For workers in adult’s and children’s services registration lasts for five years. Social workers are registered for three years and students do not renew their registration. One ... Continue Reading →

Are you a newly qualified social worker? Remember your PRTL

If you registered 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 →

Changes to the length of registration periods

From 1 November 2016 the registration period for all workers will be five years, with the exception of social workers whose three year registration period will remain. Who does this ... Continue Reading →

Have you registered in the last year?

Remember to pay your annual fee. If you’re newly registered it’s important you remember to pay your annual fee. If you don’t, your registration will lapse and you will not be ... Continue Reading →