The new guide from NICE covers the prevention, diagnosis and management of delirium in adults.
Skills for Care have reported on how the current size and structure of the adult social care sector and workforce could change by 2030 - here are the key findings
We're delivering bespoke Apprenticeship programmes in Health and Social Care
Find out what makes the Level 3 Award in Education and Training so important
How can UTS support your organisation to improve quality across it's services? We look at developing your people and processes to achieve better results.
Why are our Care Certificate Inductions unique? They're now Approved by Skills for Care!
We're recruiting to expand our team of professional Health and Social Care trainers.
Our Consulation services will support you to make the improvements to achieve a Good or Outstanding CQC Rating
An interview with the first cohort of learners to complete the new Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care
How do you tackle the myriad of problems in health and social care caused by uncertainties and cuts? In this article, we explore the benefits for the health and social care industry to invest in ‘in-house’ trainers.
We can support organisations to improve their CQC inspection rating - whether you need support to bring your rating up from Inadequate, or achieve an Outstanding inspection, we can help!
Find out how we can help your organisation to plan how it will manage staff training, and manage your training matrix to ensure all staff are properly trained to remain effective in their roles and provide quality care and support.
Skills for Care have released a new guide, titled 'Recommendations for CQC providers' that aims to support employers to meet regulatory requirements.
We were recently approached by Skills for Care to write an Expert Insight article for their newsletter and chose to focus on the role of Competency Assessors in Health and Social Care.
The Voluntary Organisations Disability Group has recently released a new report, which argues that commissioning needs to keep up with advancements in technology to support quality of care improvement and reduce costs to improve the sustainability of adult social care.
The CQC has recently released several reports on increasing involvement from people in their own care, their strategy for the next 5 years, and what their future strategy will mean for care services.
This new policy document was developed in order to improve the physical health and wellbeing of people living with mental health problems.
Carers UK in celebration of Carers Week 2016 have released a checklist for carers.
One of our learners on a Diploma level 2 in Health and Social Care has kindly written to us about her excellent experience with one of our qualifications assessors Hannah Appleby.
New Legislation on Legal Highs in the UK - 26th May 2016
Skills for Care has recently released a piece of guidance for adult social care employers, which is the new 'Ongoing learning and development guide for adult social care'
Public Health England Healthmatters - Midlife approaches to reduce dementia risk.
Age UK and Ipsos MORI Report - Dementia Advisers Survey
Kings Fund and National Housing Network - 'Integrated Housing, Care and Health'
This guide defines the governmental advice on a healthy, balanced diet, and shows the proportions of the 5 food groups that service providers must consider in order to meet official nutrient requirements.
Local Government Report on Combating Loneliness, A Guide for Local Authorities
NHS England report on Learning Disability
Progress Report on Think Autism: the updated strategy for adults with autism in England
Survey of medicines related care of residents with dysphagia in care homes.
UTS are currently expanding their training team and are now recruiting for additional trainers to join us on a permanent basis.
Delivering Personal Care and Practical Support to Older People living in their own homes.
Autumn Grange Residential Home.