Standard 1: Understanding Your Role
1.1 Recognize their own role
1.1a Outline their primary roles and obligations.
1.1b List the principles, laws, and regulations that govern their field of work.
1.1c You will accomplish this by doing your job as required and developing the abilities required to do it properly.
1.1d Describe how their past experiences, attitudes, and beliefs might have an impact on how they work.
1.2 Work in a manner that has been decided upon with their employer.
1.2a Outline their employment obligations and entitlements
1.2b Describe the service’s goals, objectives, and core values.
1.2c You will find the aims in your service’s policies and procedures. It must also be shown in the ‘Statement of Purpose’.
1.2d Describe the significance of working in a manner that is in accordance with their employer.
1.2e Demonstrate how to access complete and current information about agreed-upon ways of working that are pertinent to their role.
1.2f Inform them of when and how to escalate any issues they may have (whistleblowing)
1.2g Explain why it is important to be honest and identify where errors may have occurred and to tell the appropriate person.
1.3 Recognize the functioning links in social and health care
1.3a Outline their obligations to the people they support.
1.3b Describe the differences between a professional and personal connection.
1.3c Describe various working partnerships found in health and social care environments.
1.4 Collaborate with other people
1.4a Describe the benefits of teamwork and collaboration with others.
1.4b Describe the significance of collaborating with influential individuals, activists, and other relevant parties.
1.4c The individual will receive better treatment as a result of more connection with caregivers, family, and advocates when information is exchanged.
1.4d Showcase when and how to obtain help and guidance for:
3.0 Duty of Care
4.0 Equality and Diversity, Inclusion and Discrimination
5.0 Values in the Education and Relationships of Health and Social Care Professionals
6.0 The Importance of Effective Communication
7.0 PRIVACY AND DIGNITY
11. SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN
12. BASIC LIFE SUPPORT
13. HEALTH AND SAFETY
Section 1 Introduction
Section 2 Legislation
Section 3 Risk Assessment
Section 4 Person-centred Manual Handling
Section 5 Unsafe Manual Handling
Section 6 Manoeuvres
Section 7 Equipment
Section 8 Next Steps
15. INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL
This training does not translate automatically to SKILLED WORKER VISA, EMPLOYMENT or SPONSORSHIP. You still need to apply to reputable UK organisations who may be willing to employ you and offer sponsorship where necessary. And to the UK government for visa.
DELIVERY OF CONTENT: ONLINE
PERIOD : 2DAYS
DURATION: 6 HOURS EACH DAY.