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Interim conditional registration order

This order temporarily places conditions on a registered person's registration. The conditional registration order cannot be for more than 18 months, with set reviews while the investigation is underway.

The registered person can continue to work while the condition is in place. It is only imposed when a panel considers it necessary for the protection of the public, is in the interests of the public or the registered person's interests.

Name:
Anthony Abbiss
Registration number:
W/5000639
Employer:
Horizons Educare
Part of the Register:
Part 2
Conditions in place from:
13/05/2019
Conditions in place until:
12/11/2020

Conditions in place

During the existence of this order you are:

1. To work in accordance with the Action Plan agreed with your current employer dated 6 March 2019.

2. Each month to provide to Social Care Wales a supervision report signed by your line-manager providing:

    1. details of the ongoing monitoring and evaluation of your practice; and
    2. confirmation that you remain compliant with the Action Plan.

3. To notify Social Care Wales (and to confirm to your employer that you have done so) within two working days of:

    1. any change in your employment; and/or
    2. any amendment of the Action Plan proposed by your employer.

4. Prior to taking up a new role in regulated social care, to notify any future employer of the existence of these conditions and of the terms of the Action Plan.

This order will be reviewed at least every six months.

Name:
Jonathan Evans
Registration number:
W/5006796
Employer:
Previously Genus Care Ltd.
Part of the Register:
Part 2
Conditions in place from:
26/03/2019
Conditions in place until:
25/09/2020

Conditions in place

You must ensure that your employer is aware of the following conditions and you provide a copy of the notice of decision letter to:

1.1 any organisation or person employing or contracting with you to undertake social care work;

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

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

2. You must inform Social Care Wales in writing of any change in your employment for which registration with Social Care Wales is required during the period of this order and as soon as a change occurs.

3. You shall attend fortnightly supervision sessions with your line manager and shall provide to Social Care Wales written reports on a fortnightly basis from your line manager to show that you are adhering to the Code of Professional Practice for Social Care and how you interact with colleagues and individuals who use services. In the event that you change role within the Children’s Home in which you currently work or you move to work in another Children’s Home, this supervision must be undertaken on a weekly basis and written reports must be sent to Social Care Wales each week.

4. You must inform Social Care Wales of any disciplinary proceedings taken against you by your employer.

5. You must not work on any shift unless a senior member of staff is present on duty.

Name:
Lee Griffiths
Registration number:
W/2088051
Employer:
Formerly Keys Group
Part of the Register:
Part 2
Conditions in place from:
08/03/2019
Conditions in place until:
07/09/2020

Conditions in place

1. You must tell any new employer of the conditions which have been imposed and provide a copy of our decision letter;

2. You must inform Social Care Wales in writing of any change in your employment for which registration with Social care Wales is required during the period of this Order and as soon as a change occurs;

3. In the event that you obtain new employment, you are required to undertake a comprehensive induction process within the first month of your employment in relation to your new employer’s policies and procedures to include financial management, safeguarding and management of staff. Details of the fact your induction has been completed and what this covered is to be provided to Social Care Wales as soon as it has been completed;

4. You must ensure that all financial transactions and expenditure that you are involved with during your employment are counter-signed by a senior manager on at least a monthly basis and supported by proof of purchase receipts;

5. You must ensure that your time sheets and any overtime claimed is previously authorised by a senior manager in writing;

6. You must evidence participation in a 360-degree feedback from your colleagues, this includes staff and management, every six months of your employment in order to provide you with an opportunity for reflective practice;

7. You shall provide Social Care Wales with, at monthly intervals, written reports of your supervision meetings with your Manager confirming that you are adhering to the Code of Professional Practice for Social Care and that you understand and are demonstrating good practice in people management. These reports must confirm your compliance with conditions 4 and 5 above.

Name:
David Owen Jones
Registration number:
W/2061711
Employer:
Previously Caerphilly County Borough Council
Part of the Register:
Part 1
Conditions in place from:
01/02/2019
Conditions in place until:
31/07/2020

Conditions in place

There were 3 conditions placed on Mr Jones' registration listed below;

  1. in relation to any role for which your registration with Social Care Wales is required, you must inform any prospective employer of Social Care Wales’s investigation before accepting employment;
  2. you must not accept employment unless your employer agrees to provide formal supervision by way of a full case-load review at least every four weeks;
  3. you must notify Social Care Wales of any employment for which Social Care Wales registration is required in order that Social Care Wales is able to check compliance with the requirement for monthly supervision.

Name:
Bethan Wyn Roberts
Registration number:
W/1002821
Employer:
Summit Care Services
Part of the Register:
Part 2
Conditions in place from:
30/08/2019
Conditions in place until:
28/02/2021

Conditions in place

1. You MUST inform the following individuals/organisations that you have conditions imposed on your registration and disclose the conditions to them;

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

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

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

2. You must inform Social Care Wales within 5 working days of accepting any social work/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. 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

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

4.1 You must have regular one-to-one supervision meetings with your line manager, (which must take place at least every month) and provide to Social Care Wales on a monthly basis a written record of your last supervision.

4.2 On a monthly basis, your line manager is to confirm to Social Care Wales in writing whether any issues have arisen in relation to safeguarding concerns and, if relevant, how those issues have been addressed.

5.1 You must attend a Safeguarding training course as soon as possible, and within six months of 30 August 2019. Such training must:

a. be approved in advance by Social Care Wales;

b. not be in the format of an e-learning module (although a mix of e-learning and face-to-face training may be acceptable);

c. include training which deals with the investigation of safeguarding concerns; and

d. incorporates training in respect of the Social Services and Wellbeing (Wales) Act 2014.

5.2 You must provide to Social Care Wales documentary evidence of your attendance on the course specified in condition 5.1 above within 10 working days of such attendance.

6.1 You must attend quarterly contract meetings with Wrexham County Borough Council, and provide evidence of your attendance to Social Care Wales within 5 working days of such attendance.

6.2 In the event that you are unable to attend any meeting specified in condition 6.1 above, you must provide an explanation for your absence to Social Care Wales as soon as practicable.

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