1.2 Explain the purpose of planning work, and being accountable to others for own work planning is essential to manage your time in a constructive and responsible way making sure all actions are carried out. Planning helps me to be organised on a day to day basis. While planning you have to consume as much information as possible to be able to carry out accurate notes, making your work as efficient as possible. Writing everything down has two purposes. First purpose is you are planning what you will need for example what tools are required and what the job is.
What key guidelines, procedures and codes of practice are relevant to your work? (1.1) Guidelines, procedures and codes of practice that relate to my work are very important as each of them gives me critical information on how to perform my job effectively and safely. Failing to follow these could potentially hurt myself, others or even more cause problems for the company I work for by falling foul of legislation. The procedures, guidelines and codes of practice relevant to my work are: Procedures: Reporting of accidents at work, fire drills, reporting absence from work and first aid procedures. Codes of practice: Good customer service, quality assurance, freedom of information and privacy of personal data.
Planning work is an essential thing to do on a day to day basis because it helps you manage your time in a constructive way which helps you complete the work that you have carried out. It also helps you to be organised on a day/weekly/montly/yearly basis. There are also many other solutions to help you plan work such as a to do list when writing things down it can have two purposes one you remember exactly what needs doing and secondly so that other members of staff what you have planned. 1.3 Explain the purpose and benefits of agreeing realistic targets for work? The main reason for agreeing to realistic targets for your work place is to make sure that everyone is on tasks and also focused on accomplishing a target that is obtainable which isn’t out of reach.
502 Promote professional Development As registered manager of Bangeston Hall it is vitally important that I focus on the professional development of myself and of those around me. The ever changing legislation that we work under drives the need to stay on top of what is current. In a large service ensuring that these developments and changes to legislation are filtered down to all levels is of vital importance. Therefore good communication systems are important.We use appraisal and supervision to set long and short term developmental goals this a more formal approach. This is followed up with informal discussions to ensure that everything is on track or if any changes and developments to circumstances are needed.
This is vital communication as it informs all staff and my successors as to the reasons why we do business the way we do. This helps prevent re inventing the wheel. As for medical records, this is also legal record keeping as such information could be required in future. 1.1.2 Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of own work Poor communication within the service leads
It is important to put the interviewee at ease as any such formal meeting can be intimidating. In my role as deputy manager it is important to have good communication skills in order to develop positive relationships. I need to communicate well with service users and their families, as well as with carers and other professionals. I use different forms of communication in my job role such as telephone, text message, email and face to face. Good communication skills are vital in my role as
My organisation and I have a duty of care to ensure that the service users we care for are safe, protected from abuse by other service users, staff, carers, friends and family. This means that my colleagues and I are obliged to work within the safeguarding policies and procedures and it is highly important that we all receive adequate training so that we can recognise and understand signs of abuse. It is also out duty to record all relevant information when an accident or incident occurs in the workplace. It is our responsibility to report any improper conduct or suspicion that we think may contribute to abuse. Duty of care and safeguarding work together because it is our duty of care, as care staff, to provide protection and safety for vulnerable adults whilst at the same time respecting their
Having expectations and letting everyone on the team know what they have to do, what they will be held accountable for, and the timeframe to get it done are also extremely important. Along with this goes written documentation (again communication) of this step so nothing is left by chance. Give each person a copy so they know what to expect up front. 3. Hold Team Meetings: References: Bruce Mayhew Become a fan Corporate Trainer What Is Collaboration at Work?
Principles of personal development in adult social care settings 1.1 The standards that influence the way adult social care job roles are carried out are indentified in my employer’s policies and procedures, my job description, safeguarding procedure and care standards. 1.2 Reflecting on my work activities is an important way to develop my knowledge and skills because it helps me to realise what I know and what I’m good at. This is done through supervisions and appraisals which I should always have to help me understand how well I am doing my job. 1.3 I would ensure my personal attitudes and beliefs do not obstruct the quality of my work by making sure when I come to work I leave my personal beliefs behind and do not bring them into the work place. I would do this by making sure I follow my job description and always ensuring that I have boundaries between personal and professional relationships.
To work within and adhere to the companies framework that has been set out though legal guidelines such as the Care Quality Commission, My contract that the company has put in place that I signed on accepting the job role and the job description. 2.1 Explain the importance of reflective practice in continuously improving quality of service provided. By being critically reflexive upon my own actions can enhance the environment for service users, as Ghaye, A & Ghaye, K. 1998, put it Reflection is a complex process, which involves a degree of professional Self criticism which we may find threatening. 2.2 Demonstrate the ability to reflect on practice We all meet challenges within our working environment, this is where reflective practice can be implemented, to improve how effective we are in monitoring and recording individuals' progress this can be done thought supervisions and/or discussions with team members to adapt and improve our own practice to meet the needs of individuals thought better strategies used to improve outcome for all