Principles of personal Development
Ai) – Data Protection Act & Freedom of information
Aii) – Human Rights act 1998 & Disability Discrimination Act 1995
Aiii) – Health and Safety Act & Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002
Aiv) – Care standards act 2000 & Code of Practice
Av) – Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006 & Policy and procedures
Avi) A PDP is a Personal Development Plan and is developed between you and your manager. Your manager will record information about your learning and development needs in work. It should include things like targets, agreed objectives and activities to meet them and standards that are required. All of this is built into your appraisal.
Avii) Your manager and senior staff might be involved in providing information and feedback for a personal development plan. Even the residents and their relatives could be involved.
Aviii) You might be supported with your learning and development because you will have a clear plan to work will and will help you to find out what training you may need. Your colleagues may also be able to help you with any learning needs you may have if you tell them about your PDP.
Aix) Your PDP may benefit your learning and development because you will gain a better understanding of how you learn and how to improve your performance. You will gain greater confidence in the skills you have in your job role. You may be able to discuss your skills and qualities with your employer, and can ask them about training or opportunities that you wish to take up with more confidence.
Bi) Jenna shouldn’t let her personal beliefs affect her work and respect each individual’s beliefs and choices. After talking with her manager she has now realised how she was coming across to the service users. Jenna can now make sure that she is more professional by being friendly and caring,...
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