Introduction to PersonalDevelopment in Health and Social Care.
This Workbook covers Learning Outcomes for: | L2 Diploma in Health & Social Care - Unit 2 |
| L2 BTEC Preparing To Work in Health & Social Care - Unit 2 |
| Level 2 | Diploma | BTEC |
PWS22 Principles of PersonalDevelopment in adult social care settings
TASK 1: Understand what is required for good practice in adult social care roles.
1.1 Identify standards that influence the way the adult social care job roles are carried out.
The duties and responsibilities required by my...
and make proposals upon how to achieve them.
RECRUITMENT PROCESS 3
Registering the Vacancy 3
Hiring Manager Recruitment Portal 3
Internal Recruitment 4
External Recruitment 4
THE SELECTION PROCESS 4
Capability Framework 4
1) SHORTLISTING 5
Things to consider while...
all your evidence is gathered together in a file or folder, this becomes your portfolio.
Your centre and Assessor may have systems that they use to plan and monitor your assessment. These may be computer-based (eg using ‘e-portfolio’ software) or paper-based (using forms or checklists). These systems...
2.2 Identify the method to providing feedback to individual and team on performance
2.3 Identify the cause of conflict and describe strategies to minimize or prevent conflict
2.4 Explain recording system for performance assessment for individual or team.
Understand the principles and requirements of assessment.
1. Explain the functions of assessment in learning and development.
The function of assessment in learning and development is mainly to provide a means of measuring the learners’ needs and progress.
The assessments are carried out formative...
that failure must be contemplated as well as success. It talks of ‘agreement or compromise’. In modern business negotiations the difference between agreeing and compromising is signiﬁcant. An agreement implies a settlement where each side has an acceptable deal that may have been based upon bargaining...
is trivial, destructive, personal and a waste of time.’
To effectively deal with conflict within the workplace, managers should use proven conflict resolutions models, for example, CUDSA – Confront, Understand, Define, Search and Agree. By utilising this model managers should seek to identify and resolve...
Describe the methods of conducting individual and team competence reviews
Team Review Methods
• Formal bi-annual performance appraisals- these take place within the company on a bi-annual basis, objectives are set against corporate aims and then reviewed within the appraisal process.
Interpersonal Communication is communication that occurs within interpersonal relationships. (pp132) Interpersonal relationships involve people who are interdependent. (pp133) These relationships can be complicated, but by expanding one's knowledge and learning new skills, one can improve their...
1.1. Describe the duties and responsibilities of own role.
Our responsibilities will be stated in our job description. As these are personal to us, we should look at our job description for details. Along with this we have responsibilities under legislation, In our work place we always hold...
with immediate issues, anticipating problems, responding to demands or even a crisis, and developing new ways of doing things, you are personally involved. You manage yourself as well as other people. You cannot delegate everything. You frequently have to rely on your own resources to get things done...
Questions and Answers
Definitions of Mentoring and Coaching
□ A long term relational process for developing a mentee under the close guidance of
a teacher, counselor, or leader who knows how to navigate within the culture of the
mentee’s environment organization.
□ The intention...
and on whether workers are aware of OSH-related issues. Even though OSH should not be entirely reduced to a matter of culture, the knowledge and information gained from such an approach can, in turn, be very useful in the process of changing OSH-related policies, processes, and practices step by step...
|Explain each of the following three functions of assessment in learning and development (assessment criteria 1.1): NB: include the | |
|importance of such practice and what it seek to address ...
deliver it and are motivated to deliver to the highest possible standard.
1. In relation to appraisal and the appraisal process
Managing employees' performance is a continuous process. It involves making sure that the performance of employees contributes to the goals of their teams and the business as...
load among the employees they supervise. The difficulty is often due to the manager using the skills they have – such as job knowledge, competent personal performance, initiative and motivation- to do all the important tasks themselves.
The Manager needs to use his/her skills combined with new learning...
such, everyone with care needs should be offered a holistic needs assessment (HNA), and a care plan.
The HNA and care plan ensure that people’s physical, emotional and social needs are met in a timely and appropriate way, and that resources are targeted to those who need them most. The information...
document you should refer to your Centre Adviser who will guide you. The outcome of this part of your “Skill Scan” should assist you in the preparation of an action plan for your way forward to successful completion of a qualification programme.
This part of your “Skill Scan” should not be used...
feels(happy,pain),if the person understand what I am trying to say,if the person is interested in conversation
Introduction to personaldevelopment in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings
Understand what is required for competence in own work role (1.2,1.3)