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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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.
Mobile App designed for social workers, early years workers, teaching professionals, youth and community workers and parents working with/supporting children aged 7 – 12 years. This App is being redeveloped and an updated version will be available soon.
Mobile App designed for social workers, teaching professionals, youth and community workers and parents working with children/young adults aged 13 - 18 years. This App is being redeveloped and an updated version will be available soon.
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.
Health and Social Care organisations in Northern Ireland have partnered with ORCHA (The Organisation for the Review of Care and Health Apps), to create a library of health and wellbeing apps for everyone, including social care and social work professionals - that have been reviewed for clinical assurance, data privacy and user experience.
The Social Care Council Ambassador Service forms part of an initiative in Northern Ireland and the across the UK which aims to raise public awareness of social care and social work professions as rewarding, positive career options. This is to support the recruitment of the "right people with the right values" into the sector.
Welcome to Supporting Good Continence Care - a digital learning resource to support domiciliary care workers understand and deliver safe and effective continence care.