Skills for Care

This seminar is for services who have fallen below CQC standards and are looking for practical ways to recover and achieve a Good rating. 

This facilitated seminar covers step-by-step ways to drive forward improvements within adult social care services.

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Thursday 21 March 2024 | 10:00 - 15:30 | Register now

Improving your CQC rating seminar can also be directly commissioned by adult social care providers, local authorities and other organisations to be delivered as a live virtual event or face-to-face event.

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I feel more confident having gone through this course, knowing there are others in similar situations and that there is support out there to improve the rating.

Nosa Igiehon, Registered Manager
Nationwide Care


This seminar looks in more depth at issues introduced in Skills for Care’s Improving your CQC rating digital learning module. Completion of the digital learning module is not required to join the seminar. 


Who's it for?

Registered managers, quality leads, compliance leads, nominated individuals, owners and team leaders.


Subjects covered

  • The benefits of making improvements
  • The impact of CQC regulations, notifications and breaches
  • What to avoid on your improvement journey
  • Overcoming the barriers to improvement
  • Involving others in helping you to improve
  • Practical problems and solutions
  • How to action and evidence improvements
  • Maintaining quality
  • Single Assessment Framework 
  • Resources to support you


Learning outcomes

You will:

  • gain an understanding of successful approaches to recover from a Requires improvement or Inadequate CQC rating
  • learn to map out how your service can address the obstacles to improvement and identify practical solutions
  • know what you will be expected to evidence and how to demonstrate issues have been successfully addressed.


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I feel the course improved my knowledge and access to support materials to work toward a good and outstanding outcome for my service. The pace and content of the course and activities were very well delivered and facilitated. I enjoyed the breakout groups and meeting the other participants. Use Skills for Care to improve knowledge and how to meet and exceed the CQC Standards.

Paul Emile, Registered Manager
Sequence Care Group


See Workshop and seminars for full list of options available.