Information for network chairs
Network chairs are registered managers who have taken the opportunity to create, guide and lead local registered manager networks. They are supported by their Skills for Care locality manager who can help to set up and attend meetings, plan agendas and identify guest speakers.
Already a network chair?
Your role as a network chair is crucial in ensuring that registered managers have the support they need, so we want to ensure that you have the right support. We have a series of resources, offering guidance. You can also contact your locality manager if there's anything specific you need for your area.
The feedback from this first network meeting was really fantastic and positive. Attendees told me this is just what they had been needing and that it was the best meeting they had been to for a long time.
Torbay registered manager network
Interested in becoming a network chair?
If you’re in an area that doesn’t already have a registered manager network, or want to find out about opportunities to become a chair at an existing network, then talk to your locality manager. Check our registered managers network directory for information on where our current networks are.
- set up a network or work with other managers you know to start a network?
- chair a network meeting?
- host a network meeting or contribute ideas to an agenda for a meeting?
- support the growth of a new network and attend network meetings?
If so, contact your locality manager who can guide you through the process. You can also review the resources section on this page to find out more.
Find out more - resources for network chairs
We have a number of resources to support our network chairs. They can be downloaded below.