Act sets many training requirements

Posted on February 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

|By Bob Barham, chief executive, Regis| The Care Standards Act comes in to force in April. Regis has been planning for this situation for some time. While homecare managers will need to consider all of the implications of the Act, Regis has concentrated on the training and staff development requirements. Our intention has always been to try and assist the registered manager to deliver the training and staff development requirements to the best level of quality available, with the minimum of time and resources, allowing the manager to spend time on other requirements. We are working with our customers in partnership, not only with training issues but with staff development, quality standards (and assessment of them) and materials for keeping the appropriate records to meet the various TOPSS requirements. Our development team has an expanded range of services and resources to match the needs of homecare managers. here are some of the requirements of the Care Standards Act: – Managers will need to induct each ne

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