First you need to set up your MySSSC account. You can do this on your smartphone, PC or tablet.
To set up your account you need:
After you have set up your account we will send you an email to validate your account. Click on the link in the email, you can then log in and begin your application.
Make sure you have the following details ready before you start to make the process quick and easy:
Please answer all of the application questions, have your application endorsed by a countersignatory from your employer, pay your fee and submit it to us online.
It can take up to three months to approve an application. We will contact you if you have missed out any information and it may take longer for us to approve your application.
When you’ve completed the application form you need to get it countersigned by an authorised countersignatory. You can find a list of the people in your organisation on your MySSSC account.
When submitting your form you also need to pay the correct fee. If you don’t pay the fee we won’t be able to process it.
Fees depend on your role and the part of the Register you are on. There is an application fee and an annual fee.
If you’ve been removed from our Register following a fitness to practise investigation you must complete an Restoration Application Form rather than through MySSSC. To request a Restoration Application Form please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please read our Restoration Factsheet and Restoration Application Guidance for more information.
Here are some step by step guides and checklists to help you through the registration process.
Registration is compulsory for many social service roles so visit our ‘Help with Register parts, fees and qualifications tool' for more information.Access the tool here
Check the registration status of a social worker or social service worker employed in Scotland.Search the Register
Our MySSSC FAQs page answers some common questions about MySSSC accounts.Visit the MySSSC FAQs page
Continuous professional learning (CPL) is the learning we do for work which helps us develop our knowledge, skills and professional behaviour so we can deliver our best practice.
The Codes set out the standards of practice and behaviour expected of social service workers and their employers.