Scottish Social Services Workforce Data
Helping employers deliver the social service workforce of today and tomorrow, SSSC Vision contains information and analysis on important themes, topics and issues highlighted in our Workforce Skills Report. Each edition includes infographics, a section focusing on the implications for employers and outlines the way the SSSC can support your service.
SSSC Vision, issue six. This briefing focuses on the training activity in Scotland and the latest data on the awards and qualifications that are relevant to the social service sector in Scotland.
SSSC Vision, issue five. Technology has a vital role to play in the development of the social service workforce. This briefing considers the use of technology in social services and the implications for the workforce. It focuses on the use of telecare and telehealthcare services, their implications for social services workers and the use of technology to support workforce development.
SSSC Vision, issue four. This information will be helpful for employers considering how to reshape their services to ensure they support people in receipt of self-directed support.
SSSC Vision, issue three. There are a range of myths about the social services workforce. For example many people outside social services think it is staffed by volunteers or all workers are employed by the local authority or that the vast majority of people working in the sector are social workers. This briefing will debunk some of these common myths which will be helpful for employers, people already working in social services and anyone considering a career in social services. It also explores six common myths about the social services workforce.
SSSC Vision, issue two. This briefing focuses on some of the challenges around developing a skilled social services workforce in a challenging economic climate.