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A registered person can have temporary conditions put on their registration if necessary for the protection of the public, is in the interest of the public or is in the interest of the registered person.

These temporary conditions are called interim conditional registration orders.

A registered person can carry on working in their registered role while a condition is in place. Interim conditional registration orders cannot be for more than 18 months, they will be reviewed on a regular basis while the investigation is carried out.

List appears in alphabetical order.

Name:
Catherine Bowen
Registration number:
W/2018215
Employer:
Brighter Future Cymru Ltd.
Part of the Register:
Part 2
Conditions in place from:
04/05/2022
Conditions in place until:
03/11/2023

Conditions in place

Informing prospective employers

1. You must inform the following individuals and/or organisations that you have conditions imposed on your registration under the Social Care Wales Fitness to Practise procedures and disclose the conditions to them:

a. Any organisation or person employing, contracting with, or using you to undertake social care work;

b. Any social care agency you are registered with or apply to be registered with (at the time of application);

c. Any prospective social care employer (at the time of application).

d. Any educational establishment at which you are undertaking a course connected with social work or social care, or any such establishment to which you apply to take such a course (at the time of application).

2. You must inform Social Care Wales within 5 working days of accepting any social care work appointment (whether paid or unpaid) which requires registration with Social Care Wales and provide Social Care Wales with contact details of the new employer, the job title of the role you have accepted, and the address of your new place of work.

3. Within 5 working days of accepting any social care work appointment, you must also provide a signed (by your manager) written confirmation from your new employer that they are aware of the condition/s imposed and that they are willing to support you to comply with the conditions.

Notifying Social Care Wales of any future professional investigation

4. You must inform Social Care Wales of any professional investigation started against you and / or any professional disciplinary proceedings taken against you within 2 days of you receiving notice of them.

Supervision

5. When working as a social care worker, you must remain under the supervision of a workplace line manager, mentor or supervisor nominated by your employer.

6. The supervision meetings must be held on a weekly basis for a period of six months and bi-weekly thereafter whilst these conditions remain in force.

7. The supervision meetings should include consideration of:

a. the Code of Professional Practice for Social Care and its impact upon your day-to-day work;

b. your understanding of personal and professional boundaries with regard to your working hours and working practices;

c. your duty of care to report safeguarding concerns in relation to your practice and the practice of others;

d. evidence of your use of reflective practice;

e. your compliance with your employer’s policies and procedures.

8. You MUST ask your line manager, mentor or supervisor to provide a written report setting out the standard of your performance and your participation in, and consideration of the matters discussed during, your supervision meetings, to Social Care Wales every 2 months and at least 28 days before any review hearing.

9. If the manager/mentor/supervisor changes you should submit a written confirmation (on headed paper) signed by your new manager/mentor/supervisor that states clearly they are aware of the conditions to be adhered to and that they support the compliance of the conditions.

Practice Restrictions

10. You must NOT carry out any line management or supervisory responsibilities.

11. You must NOT carry out any lone working. You are required to ensure that any care you provide to a young person is on a 2 to 1 ratio basis.

Training

12. Social Care Wales MUST formally approve any training or learning before you begin any course or learning.

13. You MUST successfully undertake the following training (whether online or face to face):

a. Enhanced Safeguarding training,

b. Challenging Behaviour training, and

c. Administration of medication training

within one month of Social Care Wales formally approving each training course.

14. You must provide written evidence to Social Care Wales of attending and passing the required training.

Name:
Margaret Ellen Spencer
Registration number:
W/2045438
Employer:
Nash Corporate Services Ltd
Part of the Register:
Part 2
Conditions in place from:
27/10/2021
Conditions in place until:
26/04/2023

Conditions in place

Notification

1. You must inform the following individuals and organisations that you have conditions imposed on your registration under the Social Care Wales Fitness to Practise procedures and disclose a copy of the conditions to them:

a. any organisation or person employing, contracting with, or using you to undertake social work or social care work;

b. any social care agency you are registered with or apply to be registered with (at the time of application);

c. any prospective social care employer (at the time of your application).

2. You must inform Social Care Wales within five working days of accepting any social care appointment (whether paid or unpaid) which requires registration with Social Care Wales and provide Social Care Wales with contact details of the new employer, the job title of the role you have accepted, and the address of your new place of work.

3. Within five working days of accepting any social care appointment, you must also provide written confirmation, signed by your manager, from your new employer that they are aware of the conditions imposed and that they are willing to support you to comply with the conditions

4. You must inform Social Care Wales of any professional investigation or professional disciplinary proceedings taken against you within two days of you receiving notice of them.

5. If your line-manager and/or the Responsible Individual for the care setting in which you are working changes you should submit a written confirmation (on headed paper) signed by your new line-manager and/or RI that states clearly they are aware of the conditions to be adhered to and that they support the compliance of the conditions.

Supervision and audit

6. You must make a daily written report to your managers in respect of any incidents which have the potential to affect the well-being of residents of the home which you manage;

7. You must meet in supervision with the Area Manager (or any new line manager) at least every four weeks to:

a. conduct an audit of your daily written reports;

b. consider any potential safeguarding incidents in the home;

c. discuss the actions which you have taken in respect of those incidents and confirm whether appropriate steps have been taken including, where necessary, in respect of onward referral;

d. discuss your progress in completion of your Performance Improvement Plan.

8. You must provide Social Care Wales with a copy of each supervision record, signed by your Area Manager, within 10 days of the completion of each supervision meeting.

Additional enquiries by Social Care Wales

9. You must consent to Social Care Wales communicating with the Area Manager or another representative of your employer to exchange, as necessary, information about the standard of your performance.


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