During the interview process, I developed a series of questions I felt would be beneficial in comparing these two careers such as nature of work, salaries, and qualifications. The nature of work teachers and nurses pose are similar to some degree. Teachers and nurses play an important role as educator in different ways. Teachers have the important role of nurturing the intellectual and social development of their students. They provide their students with instruction and tools to help them learn and apply concepts in subjects such as math, English, science, and history.
You may have to adapt communication to different groups * Hearing and visual impairment * Diversity * Cultural and social makeup’s * Ethnic backgrounds * Disability * Levels of learning development It is important to assess the different communications need for different people. For example * Colleagues – Communicating with colleagues is very important. Having a good relationship with your colleagues is due to good communications skills. Communication is best achieved through simple planning and control. You need to be able to share thoughts and ideas to help each other to increase the potential of your workplace.
You will need five GCSEs including English and Maths between grades A-C and at least two A levels/BTEC National Diploma or NVQ level 3 in Health and Social care. There are also some training requirements which you must meet. You will need experience of social work from voluntary, paid work, work placements or life experience. You will need a skill with problem solving, have good communication skills, and you must have patience as you will be working with other people. You will also need to learn about law, mental health, partnership, assessment, disability issues and intervention.
Working environments are often the living environments for care receivers. There are many different environments which an individual can be cared for, such as a care home, family home, hospital, extra care housing and many other health care settings. These surroundings are the working environments for carers but it also needs to be remembered that these are living environments for the care receivers. I will be comparing two different cases using material from K101 (unit 15) to exemplify the different issues raised in a living/working environment and why it is important. A residential setting is a safe and stable place where people live and get services and support, ranging from on call assistance to around the clock care.
Reflection and evaluation are a necessity mainly to determine which areas you are excelling in and which areas you may require more improvement and more of your time. This method of reflection will help you develop ideas and maybe even improve your work standard. How standards can be used to help a care worker reflect on their practice Standards help social care workers so they work on the same level of professionalism as other
To support effective communication in my job I need to ensure that I communicate with people in a way that is most suitable for them. There are several different needs that people have in relation to communication. These are varied and depend on factors which are sensory ability, cultural background, language, self-confidence, level of learning ability or physical ability. It is very important that when communicating with people I do it at the correct level of understanding. Effective written and verbal communication and being able to use a variety of interpersonal techniques promotes strong working relationships which will then lead to a good quality care for my service users.
Reflective practice is essential to personal development and the goals and targets put in place at performance reviews can help to focus you and give you a renewed sense of ability to succeed and achieve. If needs have been identified then additional training can be arranged to help you become more effective in your role and improve your confidence. When considering reflective practice you need to be open to ideas and criticisms of others. Your should reflect on your own work and the work of others around you. You need to be constantly thinking of ways to develop and improve your practice and be able to
Although it is just as significant to know how to work individually; working in a group or with a partner is important. Having the prior knowledge of how to act in a professional setting will improve your interaction with them. For example, when applying for a job interview, there will be many factors that the interview will be looking for. These can include professionalism, behavior, or even response to a situation. Therefore, it is important to always be rational in difficult situations and be mindful of your actions.
Engage parents in meaningful ways in school activities, such as school health teams, tutoring, mentoring, or assisting with grant writing. Identify special opportunities for parents with limited resources or scheduling difficulties to participate in or contribute to classroom or extracurricular activities. Seek opportunities for parents and students to share their culture with others in school. Communicate regularly with families about school and classroom activities and policies by e-mail, letters, or updates on the school’s Web site. Translate materials into languages spoken in students’ homes.
People usually feel satisfied when they communicate well with individuals. Good communication enables individuals needs to be met and for care and support workers to feel, they are not just doing the job but doing it in a way that allows individuals to have choice and control over their lives. Good communication will enable you to build strong professional relationships based on trust. It is essential that the individuals you support trust you as you are working very closely with them to improve their lives and if you are providing personal care, you will be carrying out intimate tasks. Communication is an essential skill for worker who wants to do well in their setting; this communication can be between adults or children.