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. As part of my job, I apply for grant funding, therefore I need a sound understanding of the organisation and different job roles in order to explain the organisational aims coherently. 1.2 Some potential barriers to professional development are; lack of time/ busy workload, lack of resources aimed at specific roles to enable research and costly training. Also, in some cases staff may not feel confident enough to gain further knowledge. They may not be computer literate and this could deter them from professional development.
Planning work is an essential thing to do on a day to day basis because it helps you manage your time in a constructive way which helps you complete the work that you have carried out. It also helps you to be organised on a day/weekly/montly/yearly basis. There are also many other solutions to help you plan work such as a to do list when writing things down it can have two purposes one you remember exactly what needs doing and secondly so that other members of staff what you have planned. 1.3 Explain the purpose and benefits of agreeing realistic targets for work? The main reason for agreeing to realistic targets for your work place is to make sure that everyone is on tasks and also focused on accomplishing a target that is obtainable which isn’t out of reach.
You should also ensure that team members are aware that they can contact or approach you at available times. You will need to gather as much information as possible, so things such as employee training histories, projected targets/figures and actual target/figures, time frames for tasks and who is delegated to what tasks. Explain the strategies you might use and give reasons for using these methods. Why do you consider that they are the most efficient and effective ways of involving the team in the problem solution? Individual performance reports, the team member uses it comment on their work.
Part B 1. Prepare job Description All employees like to know what is expected of them and how they will be evaluated. Job descriptions can also be a great value to employers. Creating a job description often results in a thought process that helps determine how critical the job is, how this particular job relates to others and identify the characteristics needed by a new employee filling the role. A job description typically outlines the necessary skills, training and education needed by a potential employee.
Prioritising work can be done many other ways too. Another way could be to number the work or tasks in order of importance. This can be done by finding out deadline and due dated to start with then you will have a based to start prioritising work. A benefit to planning and being accountable for you own work is that you have a visible and accessible plan that allows you and your line manager or team leader to see quickly the daily tasks that you complete and it allows them to check that you understand your work objectives it also help to agree on timescales and goals that will help with performance management 1.2 Explain the purpose and benefits of negotiating realistic targets for work and way of doing so. The purpose of negotiating realistic targets for work It that it help and enable for work to be complete according to the deadline of the work give.
Performance objective The candidate will demonstrate the ability to establish personal work goals. The candidate will also demonstrate the ability to set and meet work priorities. Assessment description Using a position description, you will set work goals and prioritise work goals. You will then develop two work plans to achieve two work goals. You are required to keep a journal containing your reflections on and explanation of the process of managing work priorities.
First purpose is you are planning what you will need for example what tools are required and what the job is. Secondly you need to write it out which others will see. This way if u are questioned on your work you can explain what they have asked so that you are accountable for you own work. 1.3 /1.4 I can explain realistic targets for my work by first making sure I have the resources I can use and if I have set a realistic time scale so I am able to do it in time, allowing myself to do other jobs that have been allocated to me. This lets me help my colleagues out with their jobs which could be passed on.
Also updating personal development plans. Feedback from others has developed my knowledge, skills and understanding. Some of the people that can help are Colleagues,managers,supervisors and experts in this field of work. Also talking to service users next of kins.
They would help to identify employment opportunities for people who need care and support, and help with preparing CV’s and with interview skills. These workers would also have involvement with employers to help individuals settle into their new
It helps a person to make him capable and confident in his profession. The development of a person’s characteristics and professional development is considered as important aspect of the career of a person. Therefore, having a personal professional development is very much required for a person.3.2 every employee should have a personal development plan, new starters will have, supervisors, team leaders, deputy manager and home manager, that help them with a development plan, everyone could work together in building a plan. 3.3 asking colleagues and other professionals questions. Accessing internal and external