Care Quality Commission - REGULATION Overview for Care Homes
This pack contains a very large PowerPoint presentation (62 slides including opening slide, aims and objectives and citations/references) (50 slides of actual training delivery content). This pack focuses on the role of the Care Quality Commission. It is a complete overview of changes brought about by the Health and Social Care Act 2008 in respect of registration and regulation for care settings and will be useful for teachers and trainers in many different situations. It will also be useful for providers and registered managers.
PowerPoint Presentation - Care Quality Commission – Registration, Review and Inspection Overview (62 slides) (with speakers notes)
- Aims and objectives, Introduction, Regulation from 1 October 2010, Health and Social Care Act 2008 Overview, Registration – Overview, Fees, Chapter Four Part One Registration – Adult Social Care (new and existing providers), Registration, Varying Registration, Conditions of Registration, Statement of Purpose, Regulated Activities Regulated Activities – Adding New Regulated Activities, Regulated Activities – Varying or removing conditions/cancelling a registration, Cancelling Registration Registered Managers – Changing Employment , Registered Managers – Other Changes, Providers – Change of Registered Manager, CQC – Monitoring of Compliance Overview Monitoring of Compliance – Quality and Risk Profiles, Notifiable Events, Health and Social Care Act 2008 Chapter 4 Part 1 and Chapter 5 Part 1 – Links to Mental Health Act 1983 Health and Social Care Act 2008 Chapter 6 Part 1 Overview – Links to The Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2010 and The Care Quality Commission (Registration) Regulations 2009 (Powers of Entry, Sanctions and Powers), Complying with Requirements Summary, Essential Standards (Summary), Essential Standards Enforcement Action Overview, Enforcement – Improvement Actions and Compliance Actions, Enforcement – Criminal and Civil, partnerships with External Bodies Part Five Criminal Enforcement - Circumstances, Warning Notices, Penalty Notices, Prosecution, Civil Enforcement – Circumstances, Imposing, varying, removing conditions, Urgent Procedures Registration Suspension and Cancellation, References and Citations
- Events that must be notified (3 different Handouts), Essential Standards of Quality and Safety Handout, Speakers Notes,Handout – follows content of the presentation (15 pages Handout)
Available on CD or as a Download