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Watch our videos to find out about the SSSC and what you need to do to register and stay on our Register.

You can watch our other videos on our YouTube channel SSSCTV. We have videos to tell you about the SSSC Codes of Practice, how registration and regulation is making a difference to workers, people who use services talk about the difference the people who support them make to their lives and much more.

If you require text transcripts of any of our videos, please contact us to discuss your requirements.

What to expect at a SSSC hearing

Our video shows you what it's like if you come to a SSSC hearing at our offices in Dundee. You might attend because you are a registered worker and we are holding a hearing about you or because you've been asked to be a witness.

Who is the SSSC and what do we do

This video explains who the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) is and what we do.

What does registration with the SSSC mean for you

This video explains what it means to be registered with the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC).

MyLearning app

MyLearning is a free, smartphone-based app provided by the SSSC to help you quickly and conveniently log learning activities wherever and whenever they take place.

SSSC Social media guidance

Find out more about our Social media guidance for social service workers and how it can help you meet the behaviours and values in the SSSC Codes of Practice.

Discover our Learning Zone

The SSSC Learning Zone is an online space with a range of resources to support learning in Scotland’s social services. Watch this video to take a quick tour of the Learning Zone, discover what’s available and how you can use the resources.

Open Badges from the SSSC

Open Badges are digital certificates recognising learning and achievement and we’re using them to help you recognise your learning, skills, attributes and experience. We’ve made this short video to explain what they are and how they work.

Kenny and Helen at Sense Scotland speak about gaining a qualification

Kenny and Helen from Sense Scotland speak about how they felt about undertaking a qualification for their role as a social service worker.

Katie Ross, Sense Scotland speaks about supporting workers to gain qualifications

Katie Ross, a manager at Sense Scotland speaks about the benefits of work based qualifications in social services and why having a qualified workforce benefits people who use the service.

SSSCTV on YouTube

You can watch our other videos on our YouTube channel SSSCTV.