Principles of Personal Development in Adult Social Care settings.
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Learning outcomes | Assessment criteria 1.1 | | Question: Identify standards that influence the way adult social care job roles are carried out.National Minimum StandardsNational Occupational StandardsGood codes of practice and adhering to these codes of practice are a requirement.The policies of the organisation, How the structures work and the people who manage or supervise you. | 1. understand what is required for good practice in adult social Care | Answer: Good codes of practice require that the Standards are supported by Regulators, Inspectors and Assessors. This to monitor and improve those Standards and ensure that they are complied with. | | Assessment criteria 1.2 | | Question: Explain why reflecting on work activities is an important way to develop own knowledge and skills. | | Answer;Reflection on your own work activities is important because it allows you to assess what you are doing well, identify areas where you might like or maybe need more training or guidance in to ensure you are performing to the best you can, and are meeting all standards and expectations within the caring policies and procedures. It helps you think about what you are doing in the setting and to always be aware of how you work with the client and your colleagues. | Learning outcomes | Assessment criteria 1.3 | | Question: Describe ways to ensure that personal attitudes or beliefs do not obstruct the quality of work.Being aware of own personal attitudes and beliefs, being open and understanding to others attitudes and beliefs and respecting the differences between your own and others.Be aware of those factors which have influenced our development and be aware of how they affect the way we work and how we get on with colleagues and those whom we support.This way we can monitor he risk and take action to remedy it if necessary. | 1. understand what is required