Participants will join a local cohort of new registered managers and will:
- tackle issues, challenges and opportunities through joining an action learning set (a small group) or mentoring
- have registered manager membership of Skills for Care bought for them, for two years, with access to exclusive resources, monthly newsletters and discounts on products and services
- attend three face-to-face events with other new managers and Skills for Care; tailored around their needs and interests
- have access to a scheduled series of seven webinars on specific topics, relevant to their role; participants must join a minimum of four webinars
- have opportunities to develop their reflective practice
- complete a gap analysis against the Manager Induction Standards (MIS) and produce a Personal Development Plan (PDP).
At the end of the pilot participants will have received structured support, increased their knowledge and established a solid base for their continued professional development (CPD).
You can see an example of the more detailed outline of the pilot from our Eastern region here.
- Norfolk (East England)
- Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (South West)*
- Leyland (North West)
- South East London (London & the South East)
- Durham (Yorkshire, Humber & the North East)
We are seeking applications from managers / services based in the areas where the pilot is running. Applicants must be able to travel to events run as part of the pilot. If the pilot is not running in your area, please contact your Skills for Care locality manager to hear more about how we can support you or visit our dedicated pages for registered managers.
*area using mentoring, as opposed to action learning.
As part of a competitive process we have recruited groups of managers who have been in post for 12 to 18 months or less. Places on this pilot have been offered at no cost. However, participants will be expected to commit to the full pilot and to take part in scheduled evaluation activity.
We're not currently accepting any further applications to this pilot.
I’m not taking part in the pilot, but I’m a registered manager and would like to get involved with Skills for Care.
We believe that it's important that every manager thinks about the support that they need and want. If you aren’t already familiar with registered manager membership or networks, these links are great places to start.