The Skills Hub

An interactive, online resource providing access to the guidance, evidence, implementation guides, manuals and other resources needed by treatment services wanting to implement the skills framework.

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Our Members

Consortium members are primarily organisations representing those providing substance misuse treatment in England. They are supported by commissioners, service users, carers, educators and trainers, Sector Skills Councils and others.

The Executive Committee of the Skills Consortium (represented in the logos below) comprises representatives from key providers, carers and service user groups, royal colleges and other professional and membership bodies.

Find out more about our Members

 
  • Adfam
  • Alcohol Concern logo
  • Ansa logo
  • AHEAD Logo
  • Blenheim CDP logo
  • psychological
  • The College of Social Work
  • DrugScope logo
  • FDAP logo
  • gmw_nhs_logo
  • lifelineLogo
  • NationalHRGroup_Logo
  • London Borough of Newham
  • Public Health England logo
  • RCGP logo
  • royal college of nursing
  • RCPsych
  • SUIT logo
  • SMMGP logo
  • skills for health
  • Adfam
  • Alcohol Concern logo
  • Ansa logo
  • AHEAD Logo
  • Blenheim CDP logo
  • psychological
  • The College of Social Work
  • DrugScope logo
  • FDAP logo
  • gmw_nhs_logo
  • lifelineLogo
  • NationalHRGroup_Logo
  • London Borough of Newham
  • Public Health England logo
  • RCGP logo
  • royal college of nursing
  • RCPsych
  • SUIT logo
  • SMMGP logo
  • skills for health
  • Adfam
  • Alcohol Concern logo
  • Ansa logo
  • AHEAD Logo
  • Blenheim CDP logo
  • psychological
  • The College of Social Work
  • DrugScope logo
  • FDAP logo
  • gmw_nhs_logo
  • lifelineLogo
  • NationalHRGroup_Logo
  • London Borough of Newham
  • Public Health England logo
  • RCGP logo
  • royal college of nursing
  • RCPsych
  • SUIT logo
  • SMMGP logo
  • skills for health

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Skills Consortium 2014 Conference Presentations

21 July 2014

Presentations from the 2014 Skills Consortium conference,

The Skills Consortium is changing - surveys

11 July 2014

The Skills Consortium is changing. We are exploring the options available for the evolution of the Consortium from 2015 onwards to best support you – the service users, practitioners, service managers, commissioners and decision makers who make our country’s excellent treatment systems what they are.,
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