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Public Bill Committee: Children and Social Work Bill [Lords]: Social Work England (15 Dec 2016)

Emma Lewell-Buck: ...Council and to replace it with an inevitably much more costly bespoke regulatory system. In recent years there has been a lot of flux in relation to social work regulation. There was the General Social Care Council, the college and then the Health and Care Professionals Council, and now we will have Social Work England. I hope that the Minister will confirm that this ever-changing...

Children and Social Work Bill [Lords] ( 5 Dec 2016)

Flick Drummond: ...with him on a commission on children’s social workers in 2007, called “No more blame game”. Some of the recommendations were adopted—for instance, that of the chief social worker—but the General Social Care Council, which was the regulator, folded in 2012, and the new regulator, the Health and Care Professions Council, looks after many other jobs. It is important that social work...

Children and Social Work Bill [HL] - Second Reading (14 Jun 2016)

Lord Hunt of Kings Heath: ...social workers”. There has to be a serious question about the Government’s approach. We have seen a most extraordinary reversal of policy in a matter of six years. We had a stand-alone body: the General Social Care Council. I took legislation through to set it up, a long time ago in 2000. By the way, we set it up in primary legislation, with very few regulatory powers involved. It had...

Written Answers — Department of Health: General Social Care Council (17 Mar 2016)

Nick Thomas-Symonds: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what the cost to the public purse was of closing down the General Social Care Council.

Written Answers — Health: General Social Care Council (24 Jan 2013)

Diana R. Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the total cost to the public purse was of closing down the General Social Care Council.

Written Answers — Health: General Social Care Council (24 Jan 2013)

Diana R. Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many social workers were registered with the General Social Care Council at the beginning of the last financial year; and how many social workers are currently registered with the Health Care Professionals Council.

Written Answers — Health: General Social Care Council (24 Jan 2013)

Diana R. Johnson: ...what assessment his Department has made of the effect on (a) full and (b) part-time staff in the social work sector of higher charges for professional registration as part of the shift from the General Social Care Council to Health Care Professionals Council; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Health: General Social Care Council ( 6 Nov 2012)

Karl Turner: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how much funding his Department plans to provide to the General Social Care Council in 2012-13.

Written Answers — Health: Social Workers ( 6 Nov 2012)

Karl Turner: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many social workers were registered with the General Social Care Council in (a) January 2012, (b) February 2012, (c) March 2012, (d) April 2012, (e) May 2012, (f) June 2012 and (g) July 2012.

Written Answers — Health: Complaints (24 May 2012)

Simon Burns: ...Council 0 0 Appointments Commission 17 19 Care Quality Commission(1):     —Stage 1 207 548 —Stage 2 51 47 Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence 6 5 General Social Care Council 143 116 Health Protection Agency 22 20 Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority 1 1 Human Tissue Authority 1 1 Medicines and Healthcare products...

Written Answers — Health: Trade Unions (23 May 2012)

Simon Burns: ...   1 March 2012 0830-0930     21 December 2011 1100-1300   27 March 2012 1230-1330     1 March 2012 0930-1030           27 March 2012 1330-1500       General Social Care Council   (i) Total number of meetings Date Time (ii) Total number of meetings Date Time (iii) Total number of meetings Date Time (iv) Total number of meetings...

Written Answers — Health: Non-departmental Public Bodies (21 May 2012)

Simon Burns: The Department has not abolished any arm’s length bodies (ALBs) since May 2010. The Alcohol Education and Research Council, National Patient Safety Agency, and the General Social Care Council will be closed in July 2012. A number of other ALBs will close later in 2012 or early 2013. Two new ALBs—the Health Research Authority and the NHS Commissioning Board Authority have been established.

Written Answers — Health: Redundancy (17 May 2012)

Simon Burns: ...11 and 2011-12. Total spent on redundancies £   2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Appointments Commission 0 417,095 25,814 Care Quality Commission 6,829,000 9,181,000 (1)1,430,013 General Social Care Council 190,568 36,325 0 Health Protection Agency 323,000 749,000 (1)839,000 Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority 0 0 216,000 (1)2011-12 annual...

Written Answers — Health: Telephone Services (17 May 2012)

Simon Burns: ...centres for the Department, its arm’s length bodies and Department bodies. Public body Number of call centres The number of call centres based abroad Care Quality Commission 1 0 General Social Care Council 1 0 Health and Social Care Information Centre 1 0 Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency 8 0 National Institute for Health and Clinical...

Written Answers — Health: Trade Unions (17 May 2012)

Simon Burns: ...i) part- time paid facility time arrangements in 2011-12? How many trade uni on representatives had (ii) full- time paid facility time arrangements in 2011-12? Care Quality Commission 27 1 General Social Care Council 5 0 The Government are soon to start consulting civil service trades unions about current facility time practices.

Written Answers — Health: Trade Unions (17 May 2012)

Simon Burns: ...: Organisation Total number of days utilised for paid facility time by each trade union representative in 2011-12 Cost to the public purse (£) Care Quality Commission 773.5 112,364 General Social Care Council (1)3 (2)0 (1) Six half-day bi-monthly partnership meetings (2) No additional cost to salary. The Government are soon to start consulting civil service trades...

Written Answers — Health: Trade Unions (17 May 2012)

Simon Burns: ...trade union duties in 2011-12? How many days were utilised for paid facility time by each trade union representative for trade union activities in 2011-12? Care Quality Commission (1)773.5 General Social Care Council (2)3 3 (1) Our records do not differentiate between facility time days for TU duties and TU activities. This includes one full-time individual. (2) Six half-day...

Written Answers — Health: Trade Unions (17 May 2012)

Simon Burns: ...the Department, its employees and clients receive the best support and service possible. Three of the Department's non-departmental public bodies also have such agreements (Care Quality Commission, General Social Care Council and Health Protection Agency) and these have been placed in the Library. The remaining six non-departmental public bodies are non-unionised and therefore do not have...

Written Answers — Health: Trade Unions (17 May 2012)

Simon Burns: ...centrally 2010-11 This information was not captured centrally 2011-12 11 Note: The figure supplied for 2011-12 refers specifically to formal meetings with trade union representation. General Social Care Council Year How many occasions have trade union representatives utilised paid facility time to represent an employee at a meeting or other industrial relations matters...

Written Answers — House of Lords: NHS: Healthcare Support Workers ( 1 May 2012)

Earl Howe: During the debate of 13 March, I was referring to the abolition of the General Social Care Council and transfer of the regulation of social workers in England to the Health and Care Professions Council. On 19 March ( Official Report, col. 700), I set out the possible order of magnitude of costs relating to the statutory regulation of healthcare support workers. The department commissioned...


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