Whether you are an employer, registered worker or someone looking to apply find out more about Registration here.
Sign in to your MySSSC account to keep your details up to date. You can also create an account and apply for registration.
If you’re looking for a career for life which makes a positive difference, then a job in social services could be for you. Get more information on careers and education.
Find out more about the SSSC, our Codes of Practice, how we are organised and our workforce data role here.
Support workers in care at home and housing support services need to apply for registration with us by 13 December 2019 to guarantee their application is processed before the mandatory date for registration.
We have produced guides to help employers support workers through the registration process.
The Codes of Practice for Social Service Workers and Employers (the Codes) set out the behaviours and values expected of social service workers and their employers.
Our page will keep you up to date with information about how the UK’s exit from the EU may affect the registration of social service workers who are EU or EFTA citizens.
Check the registration status of a social worker or social care worker employed in Scotland
The Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) published the 2018 Workforce Data Report today. The report shows that the size of the social service workforce has increased to 204,610, a rise of 1.2% since 2017, the highest level recorded since these reports began in 2008.
Published on 22 November 2019
We’re making good progress with the review of our post registration training and learning (PRTL) process. The feedback on the current process and experience of registrants will help us design a new approach that meets the needs of an increasingly diverse workforce.
Published on 01 November 2019
Learn more about the journey and future of SSSC registration, what fitness to practise really means and how we can help you with your continuous learning and development.
Published on 29 October 2019
Find out more about the cyber risks associated with health and social care environments and how to protect yourself at this free session.
Published on 14 October 2019