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CQC - proving compliance

The new and updated CQC workshop will give you a clear insight into the Fundamental standards (2015) and key lines of enquiry, and the
recent changes in inspection including changing from PIR to PIC, which is now being rolled out in the sector.

The workshop aims to support you to understand the inspection process, what the CQC are looking for, what evidence of compliance looks
like and to be able to create an internal action plan to improve evidence of compliance.

This will enable you to prove to CQC that your service is as high quality as you believe it is.

The Care Quality Commission has a remit to ensure compliance with the regulations set out in the Fundamental Standards (2015). However,
in practice this can prove quite a challenging task, with many organisations asking ”Where do we start?”.

In this interactive workshop care providers gives a clear insight into the Fundamental Standards (2015) and key lines of enquiry (KLOE),
and the knowledge and tools to evidence that these are being met effectively. This will enable you to demonstrate to CQC that your service is as high quality
as you believe it is.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet and network with others in the same role and share best practice.

Lunch and refreshments are included.



Tickets currently available

Registration option Price (Excludes VAT)
Workshop ticket (Member) £115.84
Workshop ticket (Non Member) £231.67

From
16 October 2019

To
16 October 2019

Time
9am

Holiday Inn Bristol City Centre
Bond Street, Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom, BS1 3LE
Bristol
BS1 3LE


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