Join your local Registered Managers network

Run by Registered Managers and supported by Skills for Care, your local Registered Managers network offers the opportunity to share best practice in a safe space and discuss experiences and issues.

The networks act as a local support. Registered Managers can feel a lot of pressure and isolation and the best people to understand how complex your role can be is other registered managers.

Your local Registered Managers network is growing and we’d be delighted to welcome you to our
next meeting.

The network meets a minimum of three times a year and is always chaired by a Registered Manager.

The agenda is set by those who attend, to make sure the discussions are always beneficial. This network was developed to bring social care professionals together.

The dates for the next North and South Warwickshire Registered Managers network meetings are:

North Warwickshire RM Network

Chair: Linda Lowrie



Re-launch:  6 June, 1.30pm  – 3.30pm

12 September – PM at Bulkington Village Community Centre

28 November – PM – venue TBC

12 March – PM – venue TBC

South Warwickshire RM Network

Chair: Alysha Johnson (maternity leave)



11 July – PM – Helen Ley Care Centre, Leamington Spa, CV32 6QP

24 October – PM – venue as above

30 January – PM – venue as above

Skills for Care (SfC) are also doing some work to explore how they reach out to and stay in touch with registered managers.

As part of this they are looking for managers who aren’t already in touch with them and don’t attend a SfC network or use their products to have a short discussion with a research company (the Behavioural Insights Team – previously the Government’s ‘nudge unit’).

These researchers would like to interview managers for 30 minutes at most to hear about where and how you get information and up-dates.

Would anyone not already in touch with SfC be willing to be interviewed? If you would, please contact and he will put you in touch with the research team.

Following the interview, Oliver is also happy to arrange a separate chat with you about SfC’s work if you would like one.

The Behavioural Insights Team are internationally recognised researchers, so the interview process should be an interesting process to be involved in! You’ll also be helping SfC think about how they reach and support other registered managers!

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