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Subscribers  can ask us anything related to the Adult Social Care industry, from latest government initiatives, to local intelligence and interaction with commissioners  - we will do all we can to help you.

And if we can’t help, we'll put you in touch with someone who can.   Ask SCA we’re here to help.
Email: sca@surreycare.org.uk


All change at Surrey Care Association Ltd

We have launched our subscriber offer.

We are still a not for profit organisation representing all providers (private, voluntary or charitable) covering the county of Surrey and near areas, and from all sectors i.e. Care homes, domiciliary care, supported living and housing support. We will retain a “universal” service for all providers but our subscribers will receive a range of “added value” services – all developed as a result of what you told us during our consultations in early 2014 and builds on our work in the sector over the last 8 years.

Our websites will shortly be redesigned with member only access, but they will still be the place to find a whole range of information including training and development opportunities, News; What's On: Business and Market development information and our links with key partners.

How to join? You can now subscribe to SCA, so you don’t miss anything, contact us at membership@surreycare.org.uk. We are offering special rates for Founder members and are planning our diary of events.

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"Leading Well" - Management & Leadership Development Programme

To be held at Leatherhead Food Research, Randalls Way, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT22 7RY over the following 4 dates (all delegates must sign up to all 4 dates) Monday 18th May, Tuesday 19th May, Friday 12th June, Thursday 2nd July.

The programme examines core management, leadership and personal effectiveness skills and techniques and will suit managers wishing to either develop or consolidate their knowledge and skills in these areas. The modules are self contained with no additional pre or post module work required of participants. However each module ends with a short participant action planning session and participants and their employers are actively encouraged to make time to share these action plans to maximise benefit in the transfer of learning to the workplace. This will also provide evidence of competence to during CQC inspections. This workshop is aimed at Registered Managers, Deputy Managers, and Senior Staff.

Charges for 4 Part Workshop: SCA Subscriber Fee: £320.00, Non Subscriber Fee: £400.00 For access to your registration form please click here, spaces are limited so make sure you book now!

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Preparing to implement the Care Certificate

Facilitated by Maddy Thomson - Social Care Workforce Development Consultant

To be held at LH1, Leatherhead Food Research, Randalls Way, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT22 7RY on Friday 24th April 2015 from 9.30am until 12.00pm. This engaging workshop is about how to implement the Care Certificate. 

Early bird rate for Subscribers is £35 and Non-Subscribers is £45, offer stands until 10th April 2015 (Thereafter Subscribers rate £45 and Non-Subscriber £60).

For access to your registration form please click here, space is strictly limited so book your space now!

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Preparing for CQC's PIR (Provider Information Return)

Wednesday 15th April 2015 - To be held at LH1, Leatherhead Food Research, Randalls Way, Leatherhead, KT22 7RY, with registration from 9.30am, with the workshop commencing at 10.00am - 12.00pm.

An interactive workshop to explore how to respond to the CQC’s request for information aimed at Owners, Senior Managers and Registered Managers.

The PIR plays an important role in informing the intelligent monitoring and therefore the inspection of a service. This workshop is an opportunity to share experience and discuss the information required and how to respond effectively. Subscriber fee is £40.00 and Non-Subscriber £50.00. Please click here to view the workshop flyer, and register your interest by filling in the form and emailing it to Charlotte Green, sca@surreycare.org.uk.

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SCA Spring Conference 2015

Speakers confirmed include:

  • Adrian Hughes, Deputy Chief Inspector: Adult Social Care (South Region and Registration) Care Quality Commission
  • Matthew Parris, Evidence & Insight Manager, Healthwatch Surrey
  • Lindy Barclay, Motivational Speaker, Employee Engagement
  • Burroughs Day - Top ups and service user contracts in light of the Care Act


Don't miss out on the Early Bird Rate

Subscribers: £27.00 early bird offer until 16th April 2015 (£30.00 thereafter)
Non-Subscribers: £36.00 early bird offer until 16th April 2015 (£40.00 thereafter)

Click here for the registration form and further information on the day.

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Read the latest SCA Newsletter

The latest SCA newsletter has been published, click here to to get hold of your copy, and please feel free to forward to colleagues by email or print out and pass on.

Contact:

Please use the "contact" form to get in touch.


Last updated: 20/03/15

Stop Press

Friday 27 March 2015

The press release is out! Please click here to read about this succesful day at Brighton Racecourse. Thank you to all who travelled down to the coast on Thursday 18th March, SCA are looking forward to seeing you all at Showcase 2016!

Tuesday 10 March 2015

Are you a Subscriber to Surrey Care Association? Do you have space on a training course you have commissioned?

SCA would like to assist our Subscribers in filling those valuable spaces, please click here for further information and the registration form. Once SCA has all the details of your training opportunity we will share this in our weekly bulletin.

Friday 13 February 2015

Back by popular demand, a new and updated masterclass from Dr. Gemma Jones, Dementia Care Resource Consultants whose previous workshops for SCA have been hugely popular. A detailed programme will be available on the SCA website and Bulletin shortly, click here for the registration form.

Target Audience  –  Providers, Registered Managers and Team Leaders providing dementia care across the spectrum of social care.

Date: 2nd June 2015
Venue: Lecture Hall 1, Leatherhead Food Research Randalls Way, Leatherhead, KT22 7RY
Time: Registration 9:00am, with the Masterclass commencing at 9.30am until 4.30pm   


 

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