Social Care Managers’ Forum

18 April 2018

Social Care Managers’ Forum

The Northern Ireland Social Care Council (NISCC) invites Social Care Managers from across Northern Ireland to a “Sharing Innovation and Good Practice” forum.

NISCC Social Care Managers’ Forum is a free bi-annual event open to all Social Care Managers working in Northern Ireland, each of whom is encouraged to bring a colleague from their Social Care team along as a guest.

The theme of the upcoming forum is “Sharing Innovation and Good Practice”.  There are a wide range of compelling topics being covered by a diverse set of speakers, including:

  • Transformation in Social Care
  • Launch of the Induction Programme for Social Care
  • Quality Improvement Project Presentation
  • Health and Wellbeing Caseworker Network
  • Overview of Fitness to Practice Activity 2017/18
  • Medicines Management
  • Launch of Level 4 Certificate in Leadership and Management for Adult Social Care

A hot lunch will be provided and there are two dates and locations for Social Care Managers to choose from when registering to attend:

Wednesday, 2 May 2018
9.00am – 2.00pm at
Dunsilly Hotel, Antrim
(Booking Closed)

Thursday, 10 May 2018
9.00am – 2.00pm at Seagoe Hotel, Portadown

Book Online Now


Social Care Managers can reserve a free place for themselves and a colleague from their Social Care team by clicking on the 'Book Online Now' link above. Please note spaces are limited and will be allocated on a ‘first come’ basis.

The closing date for bookings is Monday, 7 May 2018. If you require further information, please contact Jordan Adair on 028 9536 2329 or email


Social Care Managers’ Forum Feedback

If you have not particiapted in a NISCC Social Care Managers Forum before and want to know what to expect, here is a selection of quotes from Social Care Managers who attended the forum held in November 2017.

(The) forum was very informative; all speakers were very knowledgeable and were able to pass on information which will help to improve practice.”

Engaging and informal!”

(I liked) meeting so many different people from different programmes of care and the sharing of experiences…

I liked listening to all the speakers and the good work that goes on in all facilities and care providers.

(I liked) the short presentations covering a diverse number of subject matters.

I will use the information from all speakers and share this with my staff team and senior line managers.

I will take quite a lot from each section and apply it to my practice. Triangle really inspired me.


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