Reflective Account HSC33
I have enjoyed the support I have received from the home manager and my colleagues, in improving my competence at work and my personal and professional development. Keeping on top of my personal development has been by taking responsibility for my own actions I keep track of my training needs and look out for opportunities to attend additional training. I am aware that a lot of things keep changing in health and social care therefore I make it my responsibility to access up to date information via the internet, media and also from colleagues I try as much as possible to make myself available for in-house training sessions. My personal and professional development is also updated while learning from good role models like senior workers or whenever I am free to work along with other workers from outside organisations i.e. nurses, social workers and doctors. Accessing all the support I can get from working at Saffron House has been a great help. I attend regular supervisions sessions and an annual appraisal; this has formed my professional development and allowed me to be where I am today. My manager and I myself both agree on the most suitable training to enhance my training. I can tell from my relationship with the individuals that I care for that they are satisfied with the level of care they receive from me I receive feedback from them when I have done something so little but to them it’s huge I do quite often receive positive comments from families which is a huge boost because it means I’m doing my duty right. I do receive supervision sessions every 3 months which is a time to get feedback from my manager of my work whether it’s satisfactory or not it gives me insight of areas of my job that may need improving and development. When I was employed by Saffron House I attended a 3 day induction programmes in which I was given a certificate of attendance shortly after this training I was given a development plan which my manager gave me...
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