Following the recent announcement from the Government regarding COVID-19, a decision has been made to cancel all MCSC arranged training with immediate effect until Friday 31st July inclusive. Please note: There will be no charges incurred for courses cancelled by MCSC Delegates can continue to book future training session dates via iShare All First Aid […]
Latest News Stories
In this section we hope to provide you with links to relevant local and national news and updates in adult social care.
Making your inspection count We are working in collaboration with Skills for Care, to provide development for local social care services who are involved in CQC inspections. The seminar will help you understand, prepare for and implement the latest changes to CQC inspections. The seminar is on Wednesday 12 February 2020, at Gun Wharf in […]
Resources and Learning to Support Individual Employers: Skills for Care are running an event for individual employers and those that support them. The event is free to attend and will keep you up-to-date with the latest best practice. The event is taking place in London on 20 November 2019. For more information on the event […]
Making your inspection count We are working in collaboration with Skills for Care, to provide development for local social care services who are involved in CQC inspections. The seminar will help you understand, prepare for and implement the latest changes to CQC inspections. The seminar is on Thursday 21 November 2019, at Gun Wharf in […]
Courses that meet care certificate standard 3: Mental Capacity Act Module 1 – Statutory Principles and Assessing Capacity Mental Capacity Act Module 2 – Supporting Decision Making Mental Capacity Act Module 3 – Decision Making Authority & Best Interest Decision Making Mental Capacity Act Module 4 – Restraint and Restriction Safeguarding Adults Level 1 Adult […]
Adult social care employers have a responsibility to ensure the proper and safe use of medicines, and that responsible staff are suitably trained and competent. CQC has updated their guidance for regulated adult social care services, which includes advice about administering medicines covertly, disposing of medicines and safe administration using feeding tubes. Medway College of […]
The Medway College of Social Care can arrange bespoke training at your place of work or in your own home if you employ Personal Assistants. Some courses can be delivered on a Saturday, which is proving very popular with Personal Assistants. Our most popular courses include: Moving and Handling of People Catheter and Stoma Care […]
Carers Trust have released a Relationship Guide, which aims to help carers prevent problems rather than only getting help when there is a crisis. There are two guides available: If you are caring for the person you’re in a relationship with If you’re looking after a parent, neighbour or family member To view the Relationship […]
This report provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive overview of the adult social care sector and workforce in England. The report contains seven sections; introduction, organisations, establishments, individual employers, workforce, trends and forecasts. It’s compiled using data from the National Minimum Data Set for Social Care (NMDS-SC). The highlights from the report have been illustrated in an infographic. You […]
Health and Social Care Pre-Employment Programme
Learning at Work Week 15-22 May 2016
Fall Prevention training programme launched
In partnership with Medway Council’s Adult Social Care team, we are proud to offer training in our fully equipped Moving and Handling training room. This room is dedicated to delivering safe and effective manual handling practices and is unique to social care in Medway. MCSC courses will be delivered in this suite, but it will also be […]
Medway Council’s A Better Medway initiative has a network of champions across Medway with relevant knowledge and skills to help people in the community to make informed choices about healthy lifestyles and how to access support services. If you are someone in the community with a range of contacts then you could become a Better […]
In an article on The Guardian Social Care Network, Laura Netley and Sarah Pryce from The Smart Enterprise explain how the training that they deliver benefits from using service users and carers to co-deliver the training alongside their qualified social care trainers.
Alzheimer’s Society reaches target of 1 million Dementia Friends in England.
The Guardian’s look at preparing carers for the Care Act
CQC set out their expectations ahead of the introduction of the Care Certificate.
The Department of Health’s website on the dementia challenge which is one of the biggest challenges we face as the population ages.