Focus On: Raising Concerns

Focus On: Raising Concerns

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Focus On: Raising Concerns

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Focus On Raising Concerns features 10 study scenarios varying levels of care practice for care workers to identify and discuss. Then by working together they must explore best practice and explain why this improves the quality of care.

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Focus On Raising Concerns features 10 study scenarios varying levels of care practice for care workers to identify and discuss. Then by working together they must explore best practice and explain why this improves the quality of care.

The study scenarios pose a range of complex questions for care workers to solve. In Focus On Raising Concerns these include; ‘Spot the mistake’, ‘What happens next?’, ‘What would you do?’, and ‘Why is this a problem?’ amongst others. Focus On Raising Concerns will help care workers develop their problem-solving skills and improve their service delivery.

Potential Discussion Points

Putting the Service User first • Assumptions and prejudices • Reporting abuse • Professionalism • Substance abuse • Racial discrimination • Policies and procedures • Bullying • Infection Control

Additional Information

FormatDVD or Download
DurationN/A
Supporting MaterialsContains a Focus On Trainers guide, Lesson plan, QCF Evidence form and a CPD Attainment Certificate
ConsultantLynda Tarpey, HASCA Ltd (Health & Social Care Associates)
Peer ReviewNo
Standards

Care Certificate. Standard 3

Skills for Care Common Induction Standards (Revised 2010) 3.4, 5.4 & 6.3

Care Council for Wales Induction Framework (2008) 1.2, 5.4 & 5.5

Health and Social Care NOS/QCF Units 24, 227, 35, 335 & 395

References

N/A

Additional Information

FormatDVD or Download
DurationN/A
Supporting MaterialsContains a Focus On Trainers guide, Lesson plan, QCF Evidence form and a CPD Attainment Certificate
ConsultantLynda Tarpey, HASCA Ltd (Health & Social Care Associates)
Peer ReviewNo
Standards

Care Certificate. Standard 3

Skills for Care Common Induction Standards (Revised 2010) 3.4, 5.4 & 6.3

Care Council for Wales Induction Framework (2008) 1.2, 5.4 & 5.5

Health and Social Care NOS/QCF Units 24, 227, 35, 335 & 395

References

N/A

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