NES Turas platform

NES have been transitioning the hosting of education resources from learnPro community to the NES Turas platform, following the cessation of the learnPro community NES corporate license.


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NHS Education Scotland (NES) launch free elearning module about ‘Understanding your System’

NHS Education Scotland (NES) launch free elearning module about ‘Understanding your System’

This is an eLearning module that sits on the QI Zone. It can be accessed via the digital platform Turas Learn here.


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Scotland’s Coalition for Play and Learning Outdoors

On 22 October 2018, Scotland’s Coalition for Play and Learning Outdoors launched their position statement at Chester’s Nursery in Drumchapel.

The statement was developed by Inspiring Scotland and other key partners including the Care Inspectorate. The position statement represents a commitment from all organisations involved to work together to embed play and learning for children in Scotland as a key part of their daily life. This also supports other aspects of the Care Inspectorates commitment to support that children grow up healthy and active and compliments our approach to ensure children have the best play and learning experiences possible. 

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Criminal Justice Social Work Serious Incident Reviews 2015 – 2017

The Care Inspectorate has today published a report on Criminal Justice Social Work Serious Incident Reviews.

Serious Incident Reviews are carried out by local authority criminal justice social work services to make sure lessons are learned if things go wrong when an offender is on licence or statutory supervision such as a community payback order.


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Blog: Our new framework will help to improve services for people experiencing care at home

By Maureen Gunn, Service Manager

We are delighted to support Home Care Day and to celebrate and raise awareness of Scotland’s care at home and housing support services. It is so important to celebrate the opportunities home care services offer to enhance lives and improve wellbeing for a wide range of people. Thousands of people across Scotland are supported to live well in their own homes, knowing that care at home services are on hand to provide the support they need to do so.

All these services are registered with the Care Inspectorate, and we inspect them all regularly. Some are stand-alone services that support people in their long-standing home. Others support older people as they move into more sheltered housing. And others provide life-long support for adults with particular needs and abilities.


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