I need the right platform and I think this company is one of the best. It will definitely help me to enhance and polish my skills. —Guest Utkarsh Willing to Learn I am looking for an opportunity in this field, to excel in this field and to contribute to the growth of organization.To be able to enhance my knowledge, and to develop my skills and personality. —Guest jernan Willing to Learn and Perform I am able to work co-operatively with others in order to achieve a common goal. I always aim at delivering quality work within timelines and I believe in adding value to the organisation and I take full accountability for my deriverables.
the cycle of learning to enable me to develop my own understanding and as a reflective practitioner I can link this with Schon’s (1983) concepts of reflecting in action and reflecting on action to help improve my actions and professional practice and show that I evaluate my experiences and integrate it to theory and knowledge in supervision (Aids to Practice cards, Values and Ethics, p112). The relevant skill to use with the case study service user is communication. I will start explaining its relevance by looking at why it is an important skill for all social workers to use in their practice. In Block 1 of K113 we heard a number of service users and practitioners talk about examples of good and bad social work. They highlighted that a good social worker makes you feel important, works in partnership with you, gains your confidence, is straight talking
Clinical Observation Journal Practicum Journal #5 Marcos Rosa MFT 691.RA – MFT PRACTICUM 10/30/2014 MY EXPERIENCES IN THE CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS As far as I could observe by now, being a Marriage and Family therapist is a rewarding job, but it also comes with many challenges. Families are consistently going through many changes and the therapist and the clients may not be at the same point in the family life cycle; This can at times lead to conflicts that the therapist is unable to avoid. In order to be an effective therapist you must be able to perform self-assessments and strive to continuously build yours skills. As a student in training, I am having the chance to really appreciate and absorb as much as I could from my professors in the clinical observation room. Every observation I’m noticing some similarities that take place in every section.
The Center deals primarily with the through treatment, prevention, research, and training in the areas of human development, child maltreatment, and mental disorders in children and families, they provide the resources parents and children need to build strong, healthy family, and peer relationships. (http://www.psych.rochester.edu/MHFC). With the unique personality she poses, and the excellent communication skills, she built a cliental that has made her a valuable resource that could be utilized to give the care, and therapy that many children of Monroe County, New York are in need of. The relationship that Sarah builds with the clients is like a lifelong friendship, and is in place until the client ages out, and or moves on in their life. Her relationship she builds using various types of therapy, is one of trust, loyalty, parental strength, and genuine care for each of her patients.
This has me questioning, were the right people entering the profession for the right reasons? I know throughout my training, I will work extremely hard to become the social worker the children deserve and need. With more caring, altruistic and dedicated people coming into the profession we can minimise the deaths and risks of children when under our intervention. Working with vulnerable children will be assiduous,
Working closely with parents I believe that it is important to work closely with parents as partners in their child’s care and early education. This is important so that we all get a picture of the whole child and what they can do at home as well as during their time in different settings. Parents are the experts on their children and therefore, regular communication between parents and me is of the upmost importance. This can be done at a suitable time, either at drop off or pick up, over the phone or by email, depending on the parent’s needs. When parents and practitioners work together, it has been shown to improve children's cognitive, social and emotional outcomes.
I would like to study a P.G.C.E as I embrace teaching as an opportunity to engage pupils in subjects about which I am passionate. I am confident that I am suited to study a PGCE because this particular course of study allows developing teachers to apply their specialist subject(s) in a creative way. Having researched the P.G.C.E course content I have found it to be dynamic, engaging, and of great value to teaching expertise and personal development. I look forward to engaging with children and young people and receiving and developing their ideas. Indeed, one of my greatest strengths is my ability to communicate.
It always a benefit to know your competencies and personal profile cause it helps strengthen your skills that you already have and it help your build for the future in know what you have to do to move forward and be better at what you do. As for me meeting people and helping other is something that I love to do. Being an Administrative Assistant, I meet different ethnicity of people that need assistants with application or information on how to go about getting forms completed. I felt my education goal should be in the area where I meet and help people. I have a weakening of going over and beyond in helping people and I tend to go over and beyond with clients.
I have learned about my Learning Patterns and how to use them in a way that is not only beneficial to my success as a student, but in the tasks of everyday life. Upon completion of the LCI, I found that I am a Dynamic learner. I use Sequence(32) and Precision(27) at a Use First level and avoid Technical Reasoning(16) and Confluence(15). The levels that I use these Patterns affect the way I learn, approach tasks and solve problems. I pride myself on always being organized.
Life’s isn’t always fair; however, if we have hope we can overcome any challenge. By using our strengths and resources we can achieve our goals despite any challenge or circumstances life throws our way. I can model that hope for the people I serve and support them in using their strengths to discover new ways of achieving their goals. As I’ve progressed further into the social work program my love for this work has grown. I am open and interested in learning about every aspect of social work and have the drive to support those with disabilities, those in poverty, children, families, and the