| Safe guarding and protection | Human rights act,Mental capacity act 2005. | Avii. PDP is an abbreviation which stands for personal development plan. It is an agreed document written between an employer and employee, its include an information about the qualifications of an employee, the training he has and what more training he needs to do. Avii.
1.2 Reason why reflecting on work activities is an important developmental skill: • It allows you to review how and why you carry out a particular task or range of tasks which in, turn gives indications that identify possible areas of improvement in your role as carer • Indicates better methods of carrying out the role of carer • May Indicate possible areas of further training that may be needed • Indicate areas to be discussed in our annual personal development plan review 1.3 Ways to ensure personal attitudes do not obstruct the quality of work • Have self awareness of innate attitudes and those acquired through peer pressure • Develop an understanding and awareness of other people’s attitudes and convictions and accepting and respecting these personal differences even though you may not fully agree with them. 2.1 How a learning activity has improved my own skill • A resident with Parkinson’s Disease had progressed to a stage where she was now unable to stand without assistance. For carers’ personal safety there is a not lifting policy in the care home. A Team leader trained me in the safe use of a harness in conjunction with
Aviii) List three different ways your own learning and development might be supported 1) Staff meetings 2) Appraisal and performance reviews 3) In house training/online learning Aix) List four different ways that a personal development plan may benefit your learning and development. 1) Would help to build confidence therefore improve working relationships 2) Give you a clear understanding of your work role 3) Lets you know where your weaknesses are so you would be able to broaden and deepen your knowledge. 4) Reflection to look back on all you have achieved
Assignment 202 Principles of personal development Task A – Short Answer Questions Social workers follow certain standards that give guidance on ways of working that have been identified as good practice. These standards include: • legal requirements (regulations) • codes of practice • national occupation standards (for training in different job roles) • minimum standards Identify two standards for each of the different aspects of social care work listed below. Ai Confidentiality and sharing information Data Protection Act (legislation) Outcome 21 Aii Equality and diversity Human Rights Act 1998, The Equality Act 2000 Aiii Health and safety Health and Safety Act Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations Aiv Personal development Continual search for knowledge and confidence Personal reflection on own work to observe development Av Safeguarding and protection Monitor hazard, health and safety risks while working, ensuring clients are kept safe at all times. Check that people who are present have a right to be there. Avi Explain what a PDP is, and what it should include Personal Development Plan 1.
All the steps and guidelines for everything are kept in a PowerPoint I made that is basically a step by step tutorial on what to do for each thing. 1.2 Explain the purpose of planning work, and being accountable to others for own work. Planning is essential to manage your time in a constructive way to complete the actions to be carried out. Planning helps to be organised on a day-to-day, weekly and monthly basis. While planning you have to obtain as many details about the piece of work you are doing to enable you to produce your work as efficiently as possible.
* Recording and maintaining accurate written records. * Participating in training and development programmes as highlighted through staff supervision and appraisal. * Attend and contribute to regular staff meeting. * Liaising and maintain links with outside agencies, external professionals and family members, attendance and participation in review or other meetings. 1.2 Explain expectations about own work role as expressed in relevant standards.
Personal Development Plan Name: Course: Instructor: Date: Personal Development Plan (PDP) The words are synonymous to the plan of action; it’s only that personal development plan (PDP) is more geared towards ambitions regarding personal growth and progress. Planning helps an individual to set his/her own personal goals and finds a main mechanism of achieving those goals. It should be a running document which should be reviewed regularly in order to achieve accurate, realistic and pertinent outcomes. A personal/individual development plan is a crucial part in career development. The overall career planning process dictates for regular updates and revisal of the personal activities (Rosenmarkle, 2013).
Assessment This unit must be assessed in accordance with Skills for Care and Development's QCF Assessment Principles. Learning outcomes 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 must be assessed in a real work environment. 54 Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults) for England (4222-31) Unit 4222-306 Promote and implement health and safety in health and social care (HSC 037) Assessment Criteria Outcome 1 Understand own responsibilities, and the responsibilities of others, relating to health and safety
The duties and responsibilities of your role as a social care worker should also be set out in your job description. In signing a contract of employment you have stated that you will work in ways agreed with your employer, which are described in the policies and procedures that apply in your work setting. Care Plans are also in all Service Users homes to give you information about that person and the task you are to perform, the agreed ways of working are these task sheets which should be followed to the letter. Bii The importance of having full and up-to-date details of the agreed ways of working so that you and the Service User are safe in all aspects of your contact with them, for example the moving and handling policy outlines a 'no manual lifting' approach to moving and supporting the Service User. The procedures that accompany the policy would then outline the detailed way of putting the 'no manual lifting' approach into practice, such as through the use of lifting aids and equipment.
In this way, if you are asked what you have done at any time, you can show it to them and be accountable for your own work. 1.3 Explain the purpose and benefits of agreeing realistic targets for work The purpose for agreeing realistic targets for work is to keep everyone on task and focused on accomplishing a target that is obtainable, not out of reach. This way, everyone can contribute effectively and reach targets efficiently 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 1.5 Describe ways of planning work