You chose personal relationships but you don’t choose your colleagues. You share personal thoughts and feelings in a personal relationship but not a working relationship. 1.2 Working relationships will include those with colleagues, family members of service users you care for and the service users themselves. You may provide a number of services to service users such as physiotherapy, befriending and cleaning. Understand the importance of working in ways that are agreed with the employer 2.1 There are certain agreed ways in which we must work.
you may hug your family and friends this would not always be appropriate in a work relationship. Also a working relationships have no emotional attachment and is primary based around your job, where as personal relationship have an emotional attachment this would affect the way you would handle situations. 1.2 Describe different working relationships in health and social care setting There are many working relationships you may have I have listed a few below. Support Worker to manager Support worker to Support Worker Support Worker to healthcare professional Support Worker to Service User Support Worker to Service Users family and friends Support Worker to Social Worker 2. Understand the importance of working in ways that are agreed with the employer 2.1 Describe why it is important to adhere to the agreed scope of your job role this is important as it sets out boundaries in your job role, enables you to know your role and the responsibility’s you have, knowing your own level of competence and skills also means you will not carry out any job the you do not have the relevant experience and training to complete safely.
Assignment 206 Understand the role of the social care worker Task A – Short Answer Questions Ai Explain three differences between a working relationship and a personal relationship A working relationship is a relationship where time is spent with both colleagues and service user during working hours. You will work to a set of rules and procedures for which you will be paid. You are accountable and responsible for any mistakes or errors. This relationship means there is little or no contact outside of working hours. The relationship is strictly professional.
The relationship is there on a basis of a service provision. An individuals personal beliefs, emotions and values do not take precedence over the guidelines to be followed by all members of the workforce in the job role. Aii) The friendly conversation, personal care and advice given between a social care worker and a service user. The friendliness and trust built in a relationship between staff within a workplace to provide a combined support to a service user/s within a care home. These are two examples of a working relationship within an adult social care setting.
Learner Name_______Melanie Cox_______________________________________ Unit – HSC025 Unit | Learning outcome(s) | Assessment criteria | Questions | HSC025 | 1 | 1.1 | Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship. | Answer The difference between a working relationship and personal relationship is that a working relationship is different because of boundaries, professional codes of conduct, employer policies and procedures. in your working relationship you would be friendly have a different approach treat with equality you would know your role and responsibility you would not share personal information as you would with friends. Also a working relationship as no emotional attachment and is primary based around your job, where as personal relationship as an emotional attachment due having family and personal friends and is not work related | | 1 | 1.2 | Describe different working relationships in health and social care settings. | Answer In the health and social care setting there are many different working relationships.
3. Describe why it is important to adhere to the agreed scope of your job role in an adult social care setting. It is important to adhere to the agreed scope of a job role in an adult social care setting, because the agreed scope defines the duties and responsibilities of the role. This framework of responsibilities establishes professional expectations of the employee and failure to stick to the agreed scope could result in the needs and expectation of colleagues, service users or even the employee themselves not being met. The
Working relationships are governed by policies and procedures structured by the employer. Professional codes of conduct need to be adhered to and although friendly, you wouldn't share personal information as you would with family and friends. There is no emotional attachements in working relationships and an approach of responsibilty and equality should be in place. Describe different working relationships in health and social care settings. Relationships differ in health and social care setting such as collegues, managers, doctors, paramedics, district nurses and service users with their family and friends.
CT 296 Principles of Personal Development in Adult Social Care Setting 1. Understand what is required for good practice in adult social care roles. 1.1 By following the codes of practice and complying with the regulations also using the essential standard act and the National Occupational standards, 1.2 Reflecting on your own work helps you to improve and develop different ideas of working, it also helps for new ideas to be used, also helps to examine the way you dealt with the issues at hand. 1.3 Do not take you own beliefs and attitudes in to the work place, keep an open mind and respect and understand that’s every one beliefs are different to your own, 2. Understand how learning activities can develop knowledge, skills and understanding 2.1 Providing a new idea that gives an opportunity for new areas of learning, giving the chance to apply theories to practice giving you more self confidence.
It is important to respect these differences in people to make them feel valued as human beings, free from potential abuse. Therefore it is vital to include every staff member equally in decisions and activities where necessary. Without inclusion a person may begin to feel isolated and bullied, leading to possible depression or abuse. For this reason (as well as others), I make sure the entire staff team are able to attend staff meetings and are included in decisions where appropriate. When interviewing applicants for a vacancy in our team it is not necessary for them to have experience or qualifications in the job, just that they are able to carry out the day to day tasks and activities with the service users.
Unit 6. Activity 1 (3.1) a) Working relationships can be with employees or colleagues; some work relationships may cross the boundaries into friendship, but more than likely will stay purely work related and react in a different way than they would with friends. Fort example it is possible to spend every day with work colleagues even more then time with friends but share very little information about their lives etc. b) A personal relationship is what you have with friends a family member, someone within the group you socialise with, a romantic relationship, or social commitment. c) A working relationship and a personal relationship are very different, a working relationship must always remain professional, especially in front of residents families and the residents themselves, colleagues should conduct themselves in a way which is deemed appropriate for the setting they work in.