Social care common inspection framework (SCCIF): residential family centres

Updates: Social care common inspection framework (SCCIF): residential family centres

2017

published amendments

13. Making requirements and recommendations
Added information in section 13.1 on requirements that need to be completed before the registered person receives the inspection report.

published amendments

6. Legal context
Updated section slug from 7-legal-context to 6-legal-context
7. How inspectors use the national minimum standards
Updated section slug from 6-how-inspectors-use-the-national-minimum-standards to 7-how-inspectors-use-the-national-minimum-standards
21. Inspecting residential family centres where there are no families
Updated section slug from 22-inspecting-residential-family-centres-where-there-are-no-families to 21-inspecting-residential-family-centres-where-there-are-no-families
22. Incomplete inspections
Updated section slug from 23-incomplete-inspections to 22-incomplete-inspections
23. Safeguarding and child protection concerns
Updated section slug from 24-safeguarding-and-child-protection-concerns to 23-safeguarding-and-child-protection-concerns

published amendments

1. Introduction
2. The inspection principles
3. The focus of inspections
4. How inspectors make judgements under the SCCIF
5. Evaluation criteria
7. Legal context
6. How inspectors use the national minimum standards
8. Notice
9. Scheduling and the inspection team
10. Timeframe
11. Preparing for an inspection
12. The on-site inspection
13. Making requirements and recommendations
14. Inadequate judgements: next steps
15. The inspection report
16. Conduct during inspection
17. Concerns or complaints about an inspection
18. Monitoring visits
19. Checks on responsible individuals
23. Incomplete inspections
24. Safeguarding and child protection concerns
20. Residential family centres where there is no registered manager
22. Inspecting residential family centres where there are no families