Reflective practice can take place: verbally – discussing our progress and practice with managers, supervisors, tutors or colleagues in writing – such as writing an account or diary of daily activities, developments or incidents, and identifying ways in which we could use these experiences to improve. It is important to reflect upon our practice in order to continuously improve the quality of the service we provide to service users and others. This ensures that we adhere to set standards, agreed ways of working and provide quality service. This is because continuous reflective practice means that we have to address issues and new
Essential Standards of Quality and Safety 2. GSCC Codes of Practice Av Safeguarding and protection 1. Essential Standards of Quality and Safety 2. GSCC Codes of Practice Avi Explain what a PDP is, and what it should include A PDP is a Personal Development Plan. This is a written document agreed with your employer, listing your training and development needs.
This process will include the preliminary review, assemble the audit documents, conducting the on-site audit, and then finish and follow up activities. The preliminary review helps to determine how effective the results of the audit will be. By formulating a detailed plan for the audit, this ensures that the timeline, scope of the actual audit procedures, and the audit location, will be met for optimal results. Forming a preliminary list for personnel interviews to be conducted during the on-site review is also a pertinent part of the preliminary review process. Assembling the audit documents is critical for observations and recording information.
* STAFF FEEDBACK (QUESTIONNAIRES) - . I also encourage staff to give feedback on all aspects of the training and support they have received and ask if they feel they would improve their agreed ways of working with more training or guidance while out in the community. This can be done at the end of their one-to one supervision. This also helps me to improve on my ways of working. These ways of working needs to be enforced by management and needs to be continually monitored, with supervisions and staff meetings held regular.
| Managers will assume major responsibility of Monitoring and Evaluation with the HR department help. | Procedures Analysis: In this section are going to be analysed and discussed key areas for each procedure that need revising because they
Documentation Wrote and edited documents to keep staff informed on policies and procedures. Process Improvement Created new departmental procedures manual. Assessed organizational training needs. Protective Services Applied safety procedures and policies as outlined in Department Safety Manual. Effective Communication Followed up and kept track of expected orders from supervisors and correspondence from fellow
It is my role to monitor performance and to distribute tasks as necessary to the team members. My role demands that I must be approachable at all times and also be able to listen to the team if they have any new ides which I would then pass onto First Line Manager. My role as team Leader is to develop the team and I hold regular team meetings and one to one sessions to discuss continued progress and performance. These sessions are also a tool to promote motivation and self worth within the team. Assessment Criteria 2 List the main responsibilities of the team leader within the team The main responsibility of a Team Leader is to guide the team so they move to complete the task – in my instance to achieve
Development budgets, timelines and assign roles to oversee implementation. Identify key performance indicators for monitoring. Create training manuals, monitoring checklists, forms etc… Implement Mobilise resources to implement procedures determined in previous step. Includes: Implement new operational controls, retrofit existing equipment, install new equipment, monitoring equipment Train and certify employees to comply with new operational controls, sop, monitoring and documentation
Staff should engage in ongoing CPD activities. These may include observation and evaluation of other staff within the delivery team, supervision, professional discussion, standardisation events, case reviews, research, reflective practice, mentoring and attendance at conferences and events. Subject specific support/mentoring for PTLLS Centres are encouraged to appoint a subject specific mentor to each candidate, to give
2.2 – Explain where to get additional support and advice about how to resolve such matters. To get additional support and guidance on conflicts and dilemmas would be to talk to your manager or outside agencies, the internet or other members of staff at your workplace. 3.1 – Describe how to respond to complaints. Complaints must be handled seriously and professionally, all complaints are investigated and appropriate action is taken on any concerns that are raised. 3.2 – Identify the main points of agreed procedures for handling complaints.