The CQC standards can only be met if you have safe and competent staff, including leaders and managers - so it’s important that you recruit the right people, develop and lead them effectively.
Our practical resources, workshops, and seminars have been developed to ensure you meet or exceed CQC expectations or recover from falling below CQC standards.
- Recommendations for CQC - regulated providers: resources and services to support your recruitment and retention, learning and development and leadership and management.
- Good and outstanding (GO): see best practice, recommendations, resources, practical examples, and learning so you can meet or exceed CQC expectations. The resource includes free online guides, practical seminars and consultancy and tailored support.
Skills for Care delivered its second national event for nominated individuals, CEOs, and senior leaders, in partnership with the CQC in November 2022.
This event provided an update on CQC’s new single assessment framework and its new role and powers to assess local authorities and integrated care systems (ICSs). An update was also shared on ICS implementation and examples of social care engagement and collaboration with ICSs were presented.