Common Induction Standards Essay

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Common Induction Standards (Adult Social Care) Manager’s Guide

This workbook has been updated and reviewed with funding from Skills for Care Berkshire, led by Berkshire Care Association in partnership with representatives from: Reading Borough Council, Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, Wokingham Borough Council, Bracknell Forest Council, West Berkshire Council and Bracknell & Wokingham College September 2009

Introduction Standard 1 – Understanding The Principles of Care… 1.1 Values 1.2 Confidentiality 1.3 Person-centred Approach Test Your Knowledge…… Standard 2 – Understanding the Organisation and the Role of the Worker 2.1 Your Role As A Worker 2.2 Policies and Procedures 2.3 Worker Relationships Test Your
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As the manager, you are responsible for ensuring that questions are answered fully and correctly.

The standards and workbook may be used by the member of staff as evidence in their NVQ portfolio. If this is your intention, we would suggest that each “correct answer” is initialled and dated and that, in due course, each page is signed and dated when all the answers on that page has been given in full, to your satisfaction and in line with best care practice. This provides authenticated “assessment” of the staff member’s knowledge. Previous experience of using the workbook has suggested that it may be “helpful” to give members of staff (e.g. who are lacking in confidence) one section of the workbook at a time. The workbook and this guide are available electronically so that: 1 you can tailor the supporting content to your workplace if you wish or if it seems appropriate. (Be aware that changing or deleting questions may impact on the workbook meeting the Common Induction Standards) your member of staff could complete the answers using Word rather than in handwriting (though managers should bear in mind that the purpose of these standards is for EACH INDIVIDUAL to show they have the knowledge required – plagiarism or “standard” answers must be discouraged strongly. A supporting statement at completion of the workbook should then be provided, asking the member of staff to sign

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