Do you have an inspection coming up and are worried about the outcome? Our team of auditors can do a practice audit for you prior to the actual inspection. Inspections of children’s homes are the most monitored, in what is the most regulated sector in the UK. Their inspections, visits, reports, and monitoring are frequent and rigorous. An inspection could lead to further monitoring if they find anything untoward, but you can prevent this!
The inspections are conducted by Ofsted, the Care Inspectorate Scotland, the Care and Social Services Inspectorate (Wales), or the Care and Training Inspectorate (Northern Ireland).
A full visit will occur at least once a year, followed by an interim visit. Monitoring visits could occur to any home as part of fact-ﬁnding and evidence-building exercises. In addition to this, thematic inspections can occur. However, they usually look to highlight areas of good practice.
The Social Care Training Hub’s team of highly experienced inspectors span the length and breadth of the UK, ensuring all areas can beneﬁt from this front-line experience of experts in judging care homes at regulatory level. The Social Care Training Hub’s inspectors can provide mock reports, detailed analysis of strengths and weaknesses, and bespoke consultative packages and improvement plans. Once again, The Social Care Training Hub leads the way and changes the face of social care provision.
Monthly inspections are named various things dependant on what part of the UK your service is based – these are visits to a children’s home that will be conducted by an independent third party on monthly intervals. This third party will audit the institution, as well as monitor the typicality of practice. These visits are a statutory obligation for all children’s homes. Our inspectors can facilitate these visits as an independent third party; and our team of consultants can use this information to highlight and develop strengths and weaknesses, and arrange bespoke training packages.