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Forthcoming Events

4th National Event for the NHSScotland Healthcare Support Workforce 'Learning To Do Things Differently' Wednesday 07 February 2018

Registration for this Event is now closed, for further details please contact the NES Conference Team on 0131 656 3215/3216/4378 or


You will have the opportunity to visit a number of exhibition stands. Please see below for further details.

Don't forget to get your bingo card stamped at each stand to be entered into a prize draw!  Further details available in the your conference pack which you will receive on the day.



HCSW Advisory Group
The HCSW Advisory Group is a national group of healthcare support workers who advise NHS Education for Scotland (NES) and represent the "HCSW voice".  We meet four times a year at NES offices, we comment on new education, put forward ideas and promote learning for all HCSWs.


NHS Education for Scotland (Dental)
Supporting Priority Groups with Oral Health Improvement.


NHS Education for Scotland (Healthcare Associated Infections)
NHS Education for Scotland Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) Team is committed to working with stakeholders to provide education and training to drive forward improvements in the prevention and control of infections in all care setting across Scotland.  Come join us at the stand and meet the team, ask questions, network, pick up a copy of the HAI resource leaflet and see first-hand the range of resources available.  Find out more about Scottish Infection Prevention and Control Education Pathway.  You will find information on all our resources on the website and can subscribe to the HAI bi-monthly e-bulletin via the website so that you are always up-to-date.


NHS Education for Scotland (Healthcare Support Workers)
Want to find out about learning and development for Healthcare Support Workers in NHSScotland?  Our team is here to support you!  Come and visit us to find out about resources for your learning.


NHS Education for Scotland (Knowledge Services)
Social Services Knowledge Scotland (SSKS) is a website and digital library dedicated to the social services sector.


NHS Education for Scotland (Mental Health, Learning Disability & Dementia)
NHS Education for Scotland supports staff though training and education.  The Mental Health, Learning Disability and Dementia Team provide a range of learning resources and training opportunities that can help support workers in their roles.


NHS Education for Scotland (Palliative & End of Life Care)
Enriching and improving experience. A framework to support the learning and development needs of the health and social service workforce in Scotland.


NHS Education for Scotland (TURAS)
The Turas platform aims to provide health and social care staff with digital resources to support them in their careers in the public sector in Scotland. Come and visit us and find out more about how Turas can benefit you.


NHS Health Scotland
NHS Health Scotland is a national Health Board working to reduce health inequalities and improve health.


Royal College of Nursing Scotland
At the Royal College of Nursing, we campaign on the issues that matter to the nursing community.  We are the voice of nurses, HCAs and APs.


Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework Partnership
The Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) Partnership promotes lifelong learning in Scotland.  Through the Framework you can gain a better understanding of qualifications in Scotland and plan your future learning.


Scottish Qualifications Authority
The Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) is proud to support the care sector in Scotland.  We support managers and educators to develop healthcare support worker roles with our wide range of qualifications - many developed in partnership with NHSScotland.


Scottish Social Services Council
The Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) is the regulator for most social service workers in Scotland. We create learning resources and support workers and employers to help develop their digital capabilities.


The Open University
The Open University in Scotland has the expertise to support and develop health and social care professionals to meet the needs of the integrated health and social care agenda.