The Registered Manager’s Roles and Responsibilities

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The Registered Manager’s Roles and Responsibilities

The Registered Manager role carries significant responsibilities for the individual, including legal accountability, alongside the Provider, for the day-to-day management of the practice’s regulated activities.

Registered Managers remain legally liable for the regulated activities until they inform the CQC of their decision to vary or cancel their registration.

All dental practices that are registered with the CQC are required to have a Registered Manager.

The only exception is where the service provider (usually the practice principal or the practice owner i.e. the legal entity) is an individual (i.e. not part of a partnership and not a limited company) who manages the service the practice provides on a day-to-day basis and who has the necessary skills and experience to do this.

All other practices require a Registered Manager.

Aim:

This online verifiable course aims to guide Registered Manager’s in their role and what is expected of them.

The objective of this short course is to provide guidance on the role and responsibilities of a Registered Manager in:

  • Compliance
  • Recruitment
  • Training
  • Patient feedback
  • Complaints
  • Managing regulated activities.

The course provides 20 minutes of verifiable CPD.

GDC Development Outcomes: B, C

Description

This online verifiable course aims to guide Registered Manager’s in their role and what is expected of them.

This course provides 20 minutes of ECPD.