LEICESTERSHIRE SOCIAL CARE DEVELOPMENT GROUP
Leicestershire Social Care Development Group (LSCDG) has been operational since 2006, the aim of LSCDG is to support the workforce development and raise quality for independent and voluntary sector (IVS) across Leicester City, Leicestershire and Rutland. We work with over 400 + adult social care providers, that includes; Care Homes, Nursing Homes and Domicilary Care Agencies. Back in 2006 the only course LSCDG arranged was the Moving & Handling Training the Trainer, including Updates, today we run a series of courses, that are delivered by experienced experts in the field, this includes in house local authority staff and external providers who have been through a robust selection process. We work with partners who are in touch with IVS and help us formulate and direct the training plan as well as implementing new legislation and procedure.
Sub Regional Workforce Group
LSCDG is a legal partnership between Leicestershire County Council, Leicester City Council and Rutland County Council. The partnership is governed by Sub Regional Workforce Group (SRWG) which meets quarterly. The SRWG consists of members from across Adult Social Care Sector, current SRWG members are as follows:
Chair – Sandy McMillan – Assistant Director, Strategic & Commissioning, Adults & Communities, Leicestershire County Council.
Tracie Rees – Director Care Services & Commissioning, Adult Social Care, Leicester City Council
Matt Wise – Service Manger – Adult Social Care – Rutland County Council
Madeleine McNeil – Learning & Development Team Manager, Adults & Communities Leicestershire County Council
Kate Revell Acting – Head of Service, Adults & Communities – Leicestershire County Council
Olivea Allegrini-Jones – External Workforce Lead – Adult Social Care – Leicestershire County Council
Michelle Reynolds – Internal Workforce Lead – Leicestershire County Council
Neil Lester – Group Manager, Contracts & Assurance -Leicester City Council
Matthew Errington – Locality Manager – Skills for Care
Caron Bouckley – Workforce Transformation Manager – Health Education England (Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland Team)
Nazir Hussein – Business & Development Manager, LSCDG
Fully Funded Training Plan
How do we support the IVS, well our main function is that we organise and arrange a training plan that runs from April to March each year with a selection of core training, which is funded via the partnership. The training plan consists of fully funded courses, such as
Moving & Handling Autism Dementia Education Programme Safeguarding Mental Capacity Act Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards Infection Prevention & Control Leadership Pathway Workforce Development Action Leaning Sets Please view our training Events page to search for the courses that may interest you. You can download the full training plane from the Events Page
To view details of the training courses, please view the Events Page .
All bookings are via the Learning Management System called The Hub. Please see the LMS page for further information.
To ensure we provide a fair and balanced service to our care providers we limit 2 delegates per course from each establishment. At our discretion we will allow more delegates on each course. All courses are delivered in a classroom basis, with some supported by e-learning . The e-learning consists of bite size chunks of half an hour sessions to raise awareness in topics such as Autism and Dementia. Other learning resources include downloadable training materials to use in supervisions or group sessions, this includes the common induction standards.
LSCDG books venues across the city and county to meet the needs of the providers, the location of the venues are carefully selected to capture care providers within the vicinity. We acknowledge that at times this proves difficult, however we are open to feedback and if you have a venue which you can offer, then please contact us email@example.com
LSCDG works with care providers and other organisations such as Schools, Colleges and Health to arrange and particpate in career and recruitment fairs, to raise the awareness of social care. LSCDG would be happy to work alongside providers, so if you have an event and need our assistance in promoting social care then please get in touch.
County & Rutland Providers can also benefit from the local Inspired to Care project.
Meet the team :
Naz Hussein - Business & Development Manager
Naz has been with the LSCDG since 2006 and has built strong relationship with the care provider’s, Naz’s role is to ensure that care providers are supported with their workforce needs , whether this is done by visiting care providers to discuss the support LSCDG can offer, or hold events bringing together providers and informing them with the latest updates in social care. Naz is also responsible for LSCDG finances and contract management of all the training commissioned. Naz is currently working with Health to bring the Health & Social Care Integration agenda forward.
If you want Naz to visit you to discuss any aspect of LSCDG, then contact Naz firstname.lastname@example.org
Sally Goadby – Learning and Development Advisor
Sally joined the LSCDG in September 2015 as a Positive Behaviour Support Learning & Development Advisor
Positive behavioural support (PBS) is the best way of supporting individuals who display, or are at risk of displaying behaviour which challenges Services.
Sally has worked in Adult Social Care for many years and feels that she has made a difference to individual’s lives by implementing Positive Behaviour Support Plans and teaching others to look at Positive and Proactive support planning.
If you would like to know more about Positive Behaviour Support and how you can implement it.
Please call Sally on 0116 305 8228 or you can email on email@example.com