Managing Induction Process for Health and Social Care or Children and Young People’s Settings

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Unit 523 Managing induction process for health and social care or children and young people’s settings. 01.1 purpose of induction Induction is the first piece of learning a worker undertakes when joining the social care sector or a new organisation. These Common Induction Standards (CIS) have been designed to provide a structured start for workers in the first 12 weeks of employment, which will help ensure that they are then safe to leave alone with responsibility for the people they support. But when workers are expected to perform any tasks that are not covered by the CIS, appropriate training must be provided before the work is undertaken. There are eight standards that the induction should cover these are. Standard 1 Role of the…show more content…
* Self-evaluation: ask the person to describe how they think they are progressing. * Observation: direct observation of how the person is performing in their role. * Feedback: from people who use the service and their close networks as well as colleagues. * Reflection: ask the person to reflect on an aspect of their work, usually a specific incident, and explain what they learned from it. * Questions: to test the person understanding of a topic in more depth. * Evidence: of accredited training in a particular area. 01.3 The successfully completed induction demonstrates that a worker has the basic Information necessary for work in social care. However it should also enable the person to identify other areas in which they may need further training to develop their skills for further progression. The induction process for a new worker may reveal that the worker needs additional help in order to meet the functional levels of language, literacy and numeracy which the manager considers necessary for them to do their job properly. This area of work is crucial to increasing the skills of the social care workforce and ensuring the well-being of the people being supported. The successfully completed induction demonstrates that a worker has the basic information necessary for work in social care. There will be some tasks; however, that

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