NISCC in partnership with registrants, employers and stakeholders has developed a range of free learning resources to support:
- Social Care Workers, Social Workers and Early Years Professionals continuous learning
- Provide evidence for Post Registration Learning and Development (PRTL) for NISCC Registrants.
Scroll down to see our learning resources.
Information and guidance on dysphagia to raise awareness of this condition and to help staff to improve the quality of their service when they are supporting people with an eating, drinking and swallowing difficulty.
Welcome to Promoting Good Nutrition. This digital resource aims to support social care workers better understand what good nutrition is and how to support individuals who may be at risk of malnutrition and dehydration.
This resource aims to raise awareness of delirium and provide guidance on best practice when you are supporting a person who has delirium.
This resource provides a guide on how to prevent loneliness during COVID-19 as our lives, routines and connections change beyond recognition.
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 digital resource provides information on a range of areas that impact on the health and wellbeing of the supported people including: risk management, medication and good continence.
Mobile App designed for domiciliary care workers, supported living workers and their managers. It can also be used families and individuals who are supporting individuals in receipt of domiciliary care services.