New method of proving competence gets stamp of approval

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A new solution that facilitates the evidencing of competence and staff assessment has won endorsement as a Recognised Provider from Skills for Care.

The Grey Matter Group’s solutions enable resource-challenged care providers access to a new method of assessing social care professionals and evidencing their competence through a unique online service.

Alex Knapp, chief engagement officer of The Grey Matter Group, said, “We are so proud to achieve Recognised Provider status. My team work hard to support the sector and our valued partners and this endorsement is testimony to their dedication.”

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Recognition from Skills for Care provides a stamp of approval for workforce development managed in a different way. The Grey Matter Group’s solutions support providers to undertake workforce development in line with guidance from Skills for Care and NICE while meeting CQC regulations to ensure a safe and competent workforce.

The Grey Matter Group’s partners say that using their solutions saves time and money, and develops a confident, capable and competent workforce.

Knapp commented: “By enabling providers to build value in their staff team through personalised learning journeys we recognise and develop staff knowledge and skills, building pride and job satisfaction and positively impacting retention of fit-for-practice staff.”

Meanwhile, Martin Jones, managing director of Home Instead Senior Care UK, said: “The Grey Matter Group has supported our network with induction and ongoing training for the last three years and we are delighted to see their hard work rewarded with this endorsement from Skills For Care.”

Image:  Alex Knapp, chief engagement officer of The Grey Matter Group  holding the certificate

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