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Registered Manager's Network 2019-2020

And this very popular Network for registered managers enters its 6th year! Words from the network’s organiser below and you can download the flyer here.

Spread the word! Click here to register your interest. If you want to talk to someone before you register then Email Mik Alban  or Tel:  07788 498909

“We will be continuing our popular Registered Managers’ Network sessions with the next three sessions focusing on:

  1. Managing investigations

  2. Managing performance

  3. Managing families and expectations.

In addition we will also:

  1. keep the CQC theme … each session will have a slot where participants can provide updates and discuss their experience of recent CQC inspections.

  2. provide pertinent updates … starting with the Liberty Protection Safeguards.

  3. continue with sharing ideas and good practice. This seems to be appreciated so we will keep it as a theme that runs throughout all the sessions.

  4. provide the opportunity for participants to raise issues that are affecting them. A sort of ‘problem shared is a problem halved’ slot.

  5. focus on the creation (and sharing) of mini training sessions that participants can adapt for their own workplaces.

 Plenty of good stuff for everyone”.

Registered Managers Network 2018-2019: Book Now for Year 5!

Care and Support West run the well received Registered Manager’s Network sessions in B&NES, Bristol, North Somerset and South Glos in conjunction with Skills for Care. We start our fifth year in July.

See below for details of our new programme. 

Click here to register your interest

Principles of RMN sessions:

  • To share thoughts, ideas and resources to help each other to meet these requirements as clearly and unambiguously as possible. Presentations and resources from the Network sessions will be made available to participants via a special web page on the Care and Support West website.
  • A focus on participants supporting each other to raise our game collectively in line with the importance of complying with CQC’s requirements. 
  • A ‘problem shared is a problem halved’ slot: The opportunity for participants to raise issues that are affecting them; . Whether this is dealing with a particular situation or with difficult individuals, again it will be an opportunity to share experiences and ideas.
  • Pertinent updates. EG: At the first session this will be around the General Data Protection Regulation requirements which will be incoming from the end of May.

The Session Content:

Session 1 Well Lead: a focus on how we best evidence a service is being well led

Session 2 will be the part one of two parts focusing on meeting CQC’s Key Lines of Enquiry requirements as effectively as possible

Session 3 will be the part two of two parts focusing on meeting CQC’s Key Lines of Enquiry requirements as effectively as possible

If you are not a participant already and are interested in joining the Registered Manager’s Network in your area, then please contact Mik Alban on mik.alban@careandsupportwest.com or 07788 498909.

Costs

£70 per participant for all 3 sessions (equivalent to £23.33 a session). making this a cost effective networking and Continuous Professional Development opportunity.

Click here to register your interest