NISCC in partnership with registrants, employers and stakeholders has developed a range of free learning resources to support:
- Learning and Development for Social Care Workers, Social Workers and Early Years Professionals.
- Post Registration Learning and Development (PRTL) for NISCC Registrants.
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This resource has been designed specifically to provide social care workers with tools and approaches for developing their own resilience and wellbeing during COVID-19. It is also relevant to social workers and other health and social care professionals.
The resource is relevant to everyone including: social care workers, social workers, other health professionals, community groups, voluntary sector, churches who are all trying to support people at this crucial time.
This resource provides a guide on how to prevent loneliness during COVID-19 as our lives, routines and connections change beyond recognition.
This page includes a link to Supporting Good Infection Control digital learning resource and links to other DoH/PHA/HSC guidance and learning resources to support good infection control during COVID-19.
Welcome to information about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and their potential impact across the lifespan. Concepts and strategies of Trauma Informed Practice (TIP) will be examined that will be relevant to all practitioners in social care and social work as well as health, justice, education, community and voluntary sectors.
This is a rights based approach when considering and reviewing the use of restrictive interventions. It aims to assist health and social care professionals who are involved in practices where people in their care may be restricted in some way.
Mobile App designed for social workers, social work students and early years professionals working with/supporting children aged 0-6 years. It can also be used by parents and other health and social care professionals. (Updated Oct. 2018). Winner of husITa Best Human Services App Award 2017.