Social Care Council - Lunchtime Seminar Feedback (2023-24)

Closes 18 Mar 2024

Opened 2 Feb 2024

Results expected 31 May 2024

Feedback expected 30 Jun 2024

Overview

The Social Care Council hosts online Lunchtime Seminars throughout the year to share good practice, and knowledge amongst our social work and social care registrants.  These seminars support career development and innovation, enabling social care workers to provide the best care for service users.  It is also an opportunity for other professions to hear about areas of good practice etc.

Those who recently participated in a Lunchtime Seminar are being invited to share their views to help planning for future events. Participation in this survey is voluntary. All responses are anonymous and individual respondents will not be identified in any reports produced from the survey.  Any information provided will held securely by the Social Care Council for a maximum of three years and then disposed of in line with GDPR requirements.

If you have any queries about the management of this survey, please contact our Evaluation Manager andre.mckeown@niscc.hscni.net

Thank you for taking time to help us improve our services.

The Social Care Council Management Team.

Why your views matter

There are 45,000 people registered with the Social Care Council and contributing to the delivery of high quality social work and social care services across Northern Ireland.  These seminars are one of the ways in which the Social Care Council provides opportunities for registrants to update their knowledge and share innovative approaches to improve social care standards. Feedback from participants will ensure we provide a programme of events that provide relevant and timely information for those who take part.

Share your views on Social Care Council Lunchtime Seminars

Audiences

  • Service users/patients
  • Carers
  • General Public
  • Advocate groups
  • Community/Voluntary sector organisations
  • Health and social care providers – statutory
  • Health and social care providers – non-statutory
  • Health and social care staff
  • Health and social care regulators
  • Staff representatives/Unions

Interests

  • Regulation of health and social care
  • Customer Service Excellence