Through this process it should provide automatic evidence for the rigor of external evaluation of the partners outlined above. “the core principles of good assessment and quality assurance ……… underpinning both effective learning and the demonstration of competence” ( p xiii Foreword Rob Wye – Chief Executive Learning and Skills Improvement Service). Effective internal verification is an on-going process. It allows good practice to be shared, and can help identify problems at an early stage. Internal Quality Assurance upholds the credibility of any assessment or qualification the organisation delivers.
Describe how to communicate effectively with colleagues. Being able to communicate effectively is vital to successful advocacy. Effective communicate relies on a combination of verbal skills- speaking calmly and clearly- and listening skills. In order to communicate effectively, a teaching assistant should: * Be assertive but not aggressive-speak in reasonable tone of voice, calmly repeat themselves if needs be, state views clearly in conflicting situations, maintain their own beliefs, take a leading role in initiating action and making decisions, say no to unreasonable requests. * Behave ethically- comply with legislation, industry regulation, professional and organisational codes, show integrity and fairness.
Whilst procedures are designed to detail what is necessary to fulfil the policies. 2. What are the key elements of a successful policy or procedure? Key elements to a successful policy and procedure are those that use language appropriate for the intended target audience, providing clear and unambiguous definitions for terms and concepts found within the documents. They should be of a reasonable length and contain directions that are easy to understand and ready to replicate.
We must always be consistent, reliable, credible, acting with high integrity and honest. Your words and your action must reflect trustworthiness in all actions for company x. 2. Respect- We always will treat others with up most respect and expect the same in return. We understand and are open to differences and will deal with disagreements peacefully and productively.
Unit 301 – Principles of communication in adult social care settings Outcome 1 – Understand why effective communication is important in adult social care settings 1.1 – People communicate for many different reasons, some of these are; to share ideas with other people, to reassure someone, build relationships with others, to express individual needs and also to simply socialise with other people. 1.2 – Communication effects relationships within an adult social care setting in many different ways both positive and negative. Communication between everyone i.e. clients, carers or family members. Communication with our clients is the most important part of our jobs as it will give clients the confidence to do what they want to do as they will have developed a bond of trust as they know that you are committed to helping them.
The principles for making communication effective are as follows: 1. Simple Language: The language used for communicating the message should be simple and easily understandable. 2. Proper Medium of communication: Different media are available for passing of communication. The communicator should select the right medium by considering the factors such as the nature of matters to be communicated, distance between the sender and the receiver of the message, urgency of the communication, etc.
This leads to a better working environment. Example of personal skills; | Communication skills are skills that allows individuals to send or receive information which is well understood without any misinterpretations. Communication skills is important in every in Tesco. Tesco makes sure they build their communication skills on good grounds and employees use formal communication when working. good communication skills has improved their business in different ways and has made Tesco one of the successful companies | Suitable qualifications; this is the educational qualities that a person posses that makes him/her suitable for the job role available.
One then maximizes their effectiveness. This is done by using knowledge of self, other, context, and communication theory to generate adaptive communication performances. This presupposes that one has to have communication goals in order to be effective (Smith, 1992). Effectiveness then, according to Friedrich (1994) is measured by determining whether and if goals of communication are achieved. Although have different approaches these philosophers agree that Communication competence is the degree to which a communicator’s goals are achieved through effective and appropriate interaction.
* A good listener puts a speaker at ease helps articulate and facilitates the speaker to get across the message in full and with clarity. * A good listener should also not have any biases and should cultivate the right temperament. A positive attitude helps in making listening effective. Listening skills are very essential for business success Development of listening skills at various levels is very essential for business success. Every business has its stakeholders and there is communication taking place all the time between the organization and the stakeholders.
Once a proper medium is chosen, the message must be received and understood. Understanding the message is an important part of the receiving process. This is why it is important that the message be clear, concise and easy to understand. Good communications skills like knowing your target audience and organizing your message appropriately can help your message to be easily understood. If the message is not understood the communication