Scottish Social Services Workforce Data
Previously, the Western Isles council area was referred to in Gaelic as Eilean Siar as encouraged by government guidance. New guidance advises that it should now be Na h-Eileanan Siar. We now use this name in our publications; previous publications will not be amended unless they are updated as part of a time series, for example the interactive visualisations. As a result of this change, the area now appears between Moray and North Ayrshire in tables and charts.
We are pleased to announce that the Mental Health Officers (Scotland) 2015 Report was published on Monday 29th August 2016 (available here).
Announcement of publication date for the Scottish Social Service Sector: Report on 2015 Workforce Data
The SSSC is pleased to announce that its annual report on those working in social services in Scotland will be published at 9:30am on Wednesday 31st August 2016 on the SSSC workforce data website. Last year’s report is available on the site at: Scottish Social Service Sector: Report 2014 Workforce Data
The SSSC is pleased to announce that its annual report on those working as Mental Health Officers in Scotland will be published at 9:30am on Monday 29th August 2016 on the SSSC workforce data website. Last year’s report is available on the site here site at: Mental Health Officers (Scotland) Report 2014.
What skills do workers in social services need? Is the training available and easy to access? What is your experience of finding skilled staff? Do you expect skills needs to change in the future?
The Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) is beginning work to produce a new Workforce Skills Report (WSR) which examines the demand for skills within the sector as well as the supply of skills to it. The aim is to help ensure that the provision of skills better meets demand. The work will look at current needs and provision as well as future demands. Copies of previous WSRs are available here: http://data.sssc.uk.com/data-publications/21-workforce-skills-report