They enable us to gain professional development and provide a way to identify good practices. 1.4. Describe how own values, belief systems and experiences may affect working practice? Values, belief systems and experiences may affect my working practise because if I treat people differently or force my views and opinions on to people it can cause conflict. By listening and understanding other people’s values and beliefs I can understand them and their beliefs better and improve communication with them.
NVQ level 3 Unit 302 1.Explain what reflective practice is Reflective practice means: we explore why and who we practice; thinking back over a situation or activity; developing a different approach; gaining insight into a new way of learning. 2.Explain the importance of reflective practice in continuously improving the quality of service provided Reflective practice is important because we can focus on what has worked well and what needs to be improved. Helps us develop greater self-awareness and consider new approaches and learning. And enable a different approach to be applied. 3.Explain how standards inform reflective practice in adult social care Standards inform reflective practice by informing own learning, helping one to think about professional accountability, enabling professional development, providing a way of identifying what is required for good practice.
1. Understand principles of professional development 1.1 It is important to continue to learn new skills and improve knowledge so that I can get job satisfaction and improve the way I work as individuals and as a team. It is important to learn from mistakes we make and improve on the outcomes and experiences with whom we work. I ensure that I am aware of, and follow, the current health & social care standards, legislation, and guidelines for good practice. Learning new skills and refreshing training enables me to progress, and achieve within my career and working practices.
Working in the Health and Social Care industry I think the most important thing is the service users and our health and social care workers and their happiness. The more I reflect and enhance my own knowledge the more effective the learning and training will be. We also have to take responsibility for our own behaviour on people that we manage and train and encourage them to show positive behaviour too. 1.2 – Analyse potential barriers to professional development There are a number of barriers within my role. Once the barriers have been identified I should look to overcome these.
Workbook PWSC 32 1.2 Explain the importance of reflective practice in continuously improving the quality of service provided If we use reflective practice it means that we are constantly thinking about the way we have worked and how we can improve on what we have done. If we realise that we have not done the best we can on each day then it is useful to try to work out how we could have done things in a better way. This way we can use our mistakes as tools to help us learn .It is important to consider that if something had been done in a different way then what would the consequences be of that action and who would benefit from it? If we feel that our day has gone very well then it is still a good thing to think about if there were any aspects that could have been done differently to be even better. For example how else could the activity be done and would anyone benefit from it ?
the code of practise explain the way that we should be working, you can use them to think about the way you work and compare them to your own work and decide if you need to make any improvements. They enable us to gain professional development and provide a way to identify good practise. 1.4 Describe how own values, belief systems and experiences may affect working practice Values, belief systems and experiences may affect my working practise because if I treat people differently or force my views and opinions on to people it can cause conflict. By listening and understanding other people’s
GUIDE ON REFLECTIVE PRACTICE What is Reflective Practice? Reflective practice is a way of reflecting or thinking back about your work/role and what you have been doing and working out what things you have done well and what things you think you have not done so well, where you can improve and what you could change. Why is Reflective Practice Important? It is important that you are able to reflect on your work and discover what you think you are good at and what you are not so good at so that you can ask for guidance and further training if possible. How Reflective Practice contributes to improving the quality of service provision It helps you to learn from past experiences, what you could do better and what you could do differently.
Reflective practice can increase confidence and encourage you to become a more proactive professional. Reflective practice in the social care setting should help to improve the quality of care you give. Reflective practice is not always about looking for the negatives in your work it can also be looking at the positives of your work. When using reflective practice we will always look back on any changes to decide if they are working or can be improved again. 2.
It is both a tool to help me analyse specific interactions or incidents that have occurred at work, as well as a method of working in the moment that is mindful and self-aware. 1.2 Explain the importance of reflective practice in continuously improving the quality of service provided. Reflecting on my practise is important as it can help me to focus on what I have done well and identify areas I may need to improve I.e. It may make me consider new approaches or make me consider learning more or beginning new courses in relevant subjects. I can use reflective practice to improve the quality of the service I provide by thinking about a task I previously completed and asking myself: What could have been done better?