Continually improving knowledge and practice benefits both resident and the carer. It also help us to ensure that we are doing our best and we are meeting all necessary standard and expectations. We need to consider as well the new legislations and be updated to different changes and be able to apply in our work. Trainings and supervisions as well is important to improve knowledge and practice. 1.2 Analyse potential barriers to professional development.
I am able to undertake new duties through improvement, which makes my role more varied and interesting. There is also the chance that professional development may lead to promotion. During supervisions of staff I can relay important information that I have acquired and give examples of good practice. This helps to ensure that staff maintain a high level of support for individuals within the care of the organisation. Due to the fact that I liaise with parents, carers, social workers and other external agencies, it is essential that my knowledge is up to date and relevant in order to maintain professionalism and communicate appropriately.
Unit 502 Promote professional development 1. Understand principles of professional development 1.1 Explain the importance of continually improving knowledge and practice I feel it is important to continually improve my knowledge to ensure that I am aware of, and follow all the current health and social care standards, legislation, and guidelines for good practice as well as ensuring I follow my company’s policies and procedures. My personal and professional development not only benefits me, but it also benefits the Company, as well as the staff and individuals I support. I like to focus on training that is relevant to the role I am carrying out as it ensures that I am able to be effective in my role. Continual professional development is important for my career as I feel that it increases my employability, and also helps me progress with better prospects and to hopefully gain future promotion.
1.2 Explain the importance of Relative Practice in continuously improving the quality of service provided Reflective practice is necessary in order to guarentee that high standards of care are continuous as circumstances and environments change. We must constantly be aware of approaches used and how they can be altered or developed to become better. Continually improving and adapting approaches has lots of benefits, ensuring that each service users needs are met. The carer will benefit as their skills develop, enabling them to deliver the highest standards of care to the service user. This can also create a better level of understanding and acceptance of those different from us and will cause the carer think about issues such as opinions, cultures and attitudes of others around us to ensure a diverse, positive and productive daily living experience.
If I work as part of a team, I will need to work alongside colleagues and share a workload. If there are good relationships, then working becomes easier because people will co-operate and trust develops. The key relationships are with the people you support. Your skills in building a relationship will be an important part of ensuring that the identified outcomes are met. People who have decide that they want some support in their lives need to be sure that they are working with someone who is honest and trustworthy, can keep confidences and is committed to working in their best interest.
A. The purpose of helping an individual at work is important as this improves relationships between colleagues. This will create a good working environment where you can complete tasks to high standard effectively and efficiently. It is important to support colleagues with their work as their work could in the long run affect your workload
Unit 502- Promote professional development 1.1 Explain the importance of continually improving knowledge and practice It is very important to continually maintain and more importantly improve their knowledge and the practice of the staff team and ourselves. This is so that staff work consistently with each other and are working in a way that meets legislation, policy and the service user needs. If staff do not improve or refresh their knowledge then their work practice could be out of date and no longer meet legal requirements as well as the requirements of the service users. By developing staff knowledge this could ensure that their work morale is kept positive and that they are motivated to complete their job correctly as this could empower them in their job role. Most importantly improving knowledge and practice ensures that the service users are getting the care they need in a correct manner.
1.2 Explain the importance of reflective practice in continuously improving the quality of service provided. Reflective practice should be important in just about anything the ward and I want to do well. It is the opportunity to look over what I have done, see what needs to be improved and what worked well. I can make a record of what went well (at least a mental one) and look for ways to improve the things that need to work better. It enables me to consider new approaches which could be applied and develop a greater self-awareness.
By recognising the centrality of the individual, we empower them and boost their confidence. We will then also able to identify the best ways to help the individual maintain their independence while promoting health and well-being. We will also be able to identify where further help is required and help the individual to use their strengths and abilities for their own benefit. Recognising strengths and abilities also helps build confidence to try new things and to challenge their own disabilities. Person-centred care sees patients as equal partners in planning, developing and accessing care to make sure it is most appropriate for their needs.
The main purpose of a performance appraisal system is to motivate employees to produce more and good quality work. Performance appraisal can be a necessary element for career development. Defining employees performance targets can also benefit an organization. They will ensure all employees understand what the organization expect of them. By