Mentoring is very good methods of helping people get the right concept of what is being asked, it gives the opportunity for time being spent on focusing on the areas that need it most, and that one to one support enables fast and efficient learning. Training needs analysis is a good tool to use when looking at the development of a team including yourself. It enables you to focus on the areas that need it most and can be specific and individual to meet the needs of all. It also gives you the opportunity to analyse what you have to offer as a service and where you fall short and need to buy in specific resources from external agencies. As a registered care home we have to work to Standards and regulations this is of vital importance as a requirement to meet our registered obligations, therefore certain aspects of training and development are set out for us, this gives the foundation for developing a
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. This way everyone can work effectively and reach targets correctly instead of struggling to achieve the impossible. The benefits include fast and reliable compliance and completion of tasks at hand. 1.4 Explain how to agree realistic targets? The targets must be realistic so
The process evaluation is a good tool to use to provide improvement opportunities. They can be used throughout the project life to help managers make decisions and improvements for a program. When looking for program improvements opportunities, managers and funders should start at the very beginning when building or planning the program methods, which will help to identify areas in need of improvement. Program officers and funders who monitor recipients of grants will usually use a grantee’s evaluation results as tools for improvement. They can determine whether or not the internal evaluation was carried out with integrity.
CU1676- Facilitate Person-Centred Assessment. The Holistic approach is important in going forward the way service users are assessed and implementing the planning for an individual support package. The individual is looked at in every aspect. This helps in finding the needs of the individual more clearly and also highlights any additional areas that may need to be examined/discussed further. With the Holistic approach it means to look at the whole person.
The Service Provider must be committed to continuous improvement utilising the Quality Assessment Framework. The Service Provider must see complaints as a positive feedback tool where service users and carers are encouraged and empowered to use the complaints procedure. The Service Provider must keep a complete record of all complaints made. At a reasonable request, the Service Provider must supply the Supporting People team with a copy of records and responses relating to complaints and compliments made in relation to the Support Services. Staffing The service provider must operate a recruitment and selection policy that aims to eliminate discrimination in recruitment processes.
Cultural competence also requires victim service providers to appreciate how workers need to move from cultural awareness to cultural sensitivity before achieving cultural competence, and to evaluate growth and development throughout these different levels of cultural competence in practice. Self-awareness becomes the basis for professional development and should be supported by supervision and agency administration. Agency administrators and public policy advocates also need to develop strategies to reduce their own biases and expand their
The basic concept of critical thinking is to take charge of the mind. By doing this, we can take charge of our lives and improve the way we as people live. This is accomplished by self-discipline and self-examination. To do this, we need to have an interest in how the mind works, how we monitor, and fine tune and modify the mind to achieve better results. Training ourselves to not act
1.2- Explain how effective communication affects all aspects of own work. * It helps to build effective relationships between colleagues, the service users and ourselves. This then gives us a better understanding of all of their needs as individuals, making sure their needs and preferences are being met. By building trust, preventing misunderstandings and developing our skills and knowledge we can discuss options and choices available and allow them to make informed choices regarding their care. 1.3- Explain why it is important to observe an individuals reaction when communicating with them.
When i undertake any supervision my aim is to identify solutions to any problems, improve practise and increase understanding of any issues. I will cover such topics for example workload, training, skill and competence. I will also give positives and praise good practise. The objectives are competent, accountable performance, continuing professional development and personal support. Supervision addresses the need to develop knowledge and skills and the need to be concerned with quality.
You should also ensure that team members are aware that they can contact or approach you at available times. You will need to gather as much information as possible, so things such as employee training histories, projected targets/figures and actual target/figures, time frames for tasks and who is delegated to what tasks. Explain the strategies you might use and give reasons for using these methods. Why do you consider that they are the most efficient and effective ways of involving the team in the problem solution? Individual performance reports, the team member uses it comment on their work.