Social Care Association
A major independent professional organisation operating in social care. It works across all client groups in the statutory, voluntary and private sectors. It's major aim is the promotion of good practice in all settings.
Aims: To promote good practice in social care across all client groups in the statutory, voluntary and private sectors.
- Administration for other organisations.
- Advocacy Service.
- Arbitration Service
- Best Value Reviews.
- Care Practice Audits.
- Day Seminars.
- Employment Practice Service.
- Expert Witness Service.
- Independent Investigations.
- Mediation Service.
- Policy Development.
- Community Care Appeal Panel.
The main benefits of membership include:
- Demonstrate to your employer and to your registering council that you are committed to the pursuit of best practice and ongoing learning.
- Protect your own ability to work should the worst ever happen and you have problems with either your employer or your registering body. (SCA does not defend poor practice).
- Join in influencing thinking and practice in social care - share your experience and learn from others both across the sector and in Special Interest Groups related to distinct working areas.
- Gain access to SCA training and education opportunities and other services with Member Discount.
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