Some will be more formal than others. You would not address a visiting doctor in the same manner as you would a service user. You would not address your manager in the same way you would a colleague although you would maintain a professional manner with them all. Outcome 2 1. Explain why it is important to adhere to the agreed scope of your job role.
Working relationships are governed by policies and procedures structured by the employer. Professional codes of conduct need to be adhered to and although friendly, you wouldn't share personal information as you would with family and friends. There is no emotional attachements in working relationships and an approach of responsibilty and equality should be in place. Describe different working relationships in health and social care settings. Relationships differ in health and social care setting such as collegues, managers, doctors, paramedics, district nurses and service users with their family and friends.
CT299 -Understand the role of the social care worker 1. Understand working relationships in social care settings 1.1 Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship. Working and personal relationships are different because of boundaries, in your working relationship things need to be kept professional at all times and you would be expected to adhere to professional codes of conduct and employers policies and procedures. Personal relationships are much more relaxed and the boundaries are far different e.g. you may hug your family and friends this would not always be appropriate in a work relationship.
The role of the health and social care worker. 1 Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship. Working relationships are formal relationships with policies and procedures in place to follow which are different from a personal relationship. In working relationships u have clear boundaries that are stated in employees job description and the line management arrangements within a work setting. Thus when u are making friendship with the person you are supporting , you are stepping outside the boundaries of the code of practice.
Unit 206 The role of the health and social care worker. Outcome 1 – understand working relationships in health and social care. 1.1 Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship. Working relationships are based on formal policies and procedures and agreed ways of working, these are bound by contracts of employment and have codes of practice to be followed – working relationships re professional based. Personal relationships are based on emotions and are informal.
You chose personal relationships but you don’t choose your colleagues. You share personal thoughts and feelings in a personal relationship but not a working relationship. 1.2 Working relationships will include those with colleagues, family members of service users you care for and the service users themselves. You may provide a number of services to service users such as physiotherapy, befriending and cleaning. Understand the importance of working in ways that are agreed with the employer 2.1 There are certain agreed ways in which we must work.
UNIT 4222-206 1 /Understand working relationships in health and social care. 1.1. Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship. A. Working relationships are formed whilst within the workplace, such as work colleagues, it is necessary to maintain a professional nature whilst at work, the sense of a business relationship.
• Professional relationships you develop with people you support are another matter; you are required to provide the same quality support for all, not just for those who share your views and beliefs. • Knowing what you need to do and achieving it successfully is not the same thing. • Working in the health sector, you are bound to come across people with views you don’t agree with, and who never seem to understand your point of view. • Awareness of differences, your reaction to them and how they affect the way you work is a crucial part of personal and professional development. • If you allow your own preferences to dominate your work with people, you fail to perform to the standards set by the UK regulating bodies, they require workers to respect and promote people’s individual views and wishes.
SECTION 1: Understand the Role of the Social Care Worker. 1. Give an explanation of how a working relationship differs from a personal relationship. Working relationships are based upon our professional behaviour and meeting the expectations of our colleagues and employees in a professional setting. They usually occur in a working / professional environment and are limited, in theory, by the scope of the job roles and the context provided by the job role.
c) A working relationship and a personal relationship are very different, a working relationship must always remain professional, especially in front of residents families and the residents themselves, colleagues should conduct themselves in a way which is deemed appropriate for the setting they work in. A working relationships requires working together using their teamwork skills, having a good working, the differences between a personal and working relationship is boundaries, a professional code of conduct set by the staff. Acticity 2 (1.2) In care you have different types of relationships with different members of staff for example, Management and worker there is a supervisory relationship, relationships within teams, carers working together sometimes appears easier than a carer working along side a physio because it’s a unknown working relationship, a nurse and care working relationship, social worker and legal advocate. Activity 3 (2.1) It is important to adhere to the agreed scope of my work role because my job description states the responsibilities of the role, where the work is to be done, who the line manager is at work, and to make sure I am working at a level for my experience and qualification. My job description has a copy of my contract with it which