1.2 person centered values are important with care plans as Care planning is all about improving the lives of those who receive care. A person centered approach is fundamental to achieving high quality care, both for staff who implement care plans and for service users and their families who rely upon them. The emphasis must always be on the service user as an individual, with aspects of aspects of their unique qualities helping to inform the care plans, such as their life history, likes and dislikes, and experiences. Creating a care plan that ensures that person centred values are met will make all the difference when considering an individual’s ability to understand,
It is through these supervision meetings that the supervisee is able to reflect on their own practice, drawing from active counselling sessions, the practitioners own thoughts, feelings and reactions and is able to examine these and develop/adapt strategies for client work. Supervision aims to be a supportive and educative process in the application of counselling theory and techniques. Effective supervision is tailored to the student's level of knowledge, confidence and increasing ability. For example, beginning students are normally provided with high levels of structure and support, whereas more advanced students receive a more consultative supervision. In entering into supervision it is common practice to agree a supervision contract which outlines an agreement under which the supervision takes place.
This essay will discuss my perception of the role of a teacher in the lifelong learning sector. It will cover a teacher’s roles, responsibilities and boundaries. It will also evaluate different methods of assessment and discuss approaches to embedding inclusive learning and teaching into learning activities. I have broken the essay down into several headings: Roles, responsibilities and boundaries Teaching and learning methods Assessment methods Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Functional skills in the lifelong learning sector. Background For background information, I am studying teaching in order that I can have an understanding of how my students are learning, and some experience of teaching, so that when I come to assess them for their NVQs I appreciate how they got to the point of submitting their workbooks to me.
|Unit 1: PWCS 21 Principles of communication | Introduction The aim of this workbook is to allow you to present evidence for the criteria listed below. Your assessor will ask you to consider your job role and experience in your workplace to answer the questions contained within this assignment. Your assessor will assess your answers and provide you with feedback. Unit Summary This unit will you with an understanding of the effects of communication on all aspects of adult social care. The unit examines the importance of understanding an individual’s preferred method of communication, when working with users of social care services and the need to observe reactions in order to support the communication cycle.
When there are no vacancies, people can still bring their CV’s into store and be put on a waiting list and when a job comes available the applicants will get rang. Selection is choosing the most suitable applicant whilst keeping within employment laws and regulations. All candidates are screened to ensure that they fit with the job requirements. In the first stages of screening, Tesco selectors look at candidates CV. This summarises the candidate’s education and job history.
Much of this course has been based around the internal preparation that is needed to become a fully capable and realized counselor or human services professional. In order to summarize the information garnered from the course, you will write a paper that outlines the type of counselor you expect to become. Your final paper assignment is to imagine yourself becoming a counselor and what your typical day would look like. The type of counselor is up to you. For example, you could be a school counselor, a therapist in private practice, etc.
COSOLIDATING: REFLECTIVE PRACTICE. INTRODUCTION: In this reflective essay, the writer intends to explain the concepts of reflection. Analyse and critically reflect on his professional development throughout the branch pathway during his training placement programme. Among the module undertaken are perspective of mental health, therapeutic use of self, patient focus, restoring mental health, supervision and management of care. With the use of Gibbs and John’s reflective model, the writer will critically examine acquisition of clinical knowledge and skills.
The Goal of Human Services The goal of human services is to build a community where all members may have the opportunity to meet their basic needs, economically, socially, and physically, for the improvement of quality of life. This community would be caring, nurturing and supporting individuals, and their families. This is accomplished by promoting an effective human services delivery system. An effective human services delivery system recognizes opportunities and creates strategies practical and preventive in their tactics to the needs of human services then and in the future. It will focus on the needs of the individuals who make up the community.
The following questions can be written answers for your Diploma. Please complete the questions which your Regional Trainer has asked you to complete. Unit 29 Understand how to handle information in social care settings Learning outcomes There are two learning outcomes to this unit. The learner will be able to: 1. Understand the need for secure handling of information in social care settings 2.
A. Method Assessments Summary of responses: All interviewees agree that educational assessment is to determine prior knowledge and skill level of the students or employees. They acknowledge the primary purpose of evaluation is to gain insight into prior or existing knowledge and to enable reflection in the identification of future changes. B. Development of Assessments Summary of responses: According to the instructors or trainers a pre-class questionnaire or training needs analysis is critical for the development of an assessment or program.