Courses tagged with "Induction"

Care and support take place through communication and the helping relationships that are developed with people. There are many aspects of a helping relationship but to build a good one requires lots and lots of communication, including listening, empathy (putting yourself in the other person’s shoes) and being genuine.

These principles are the keystones upon which your care and support practice rests. You may have chosen to work in a care and support role because you value people and believe in giving everyone a fair chance. The principles help you to carry out these values as part of your everyday work. This learning resource will help you to look at Codes of Practice and service standards in more detail as well as exploring personalisation, equality and diversity and protecting people.

Take practical steps to maintain your ongoing learning and development and discover the skills and habits you need to experience learning as a lifelong and life-wide exercise.

This resource is a useful starting place if you have just started a new job or are new to social services. It links to the themes of the core units of the Scottish Vocational Qualifications in Health and Social Care. It is not intended to be a comprehensive guide and it is not intended to replace your employers' guides and procedures.

Scottish Government's national induction resource for people joining the early learning and childcare workforce sets out how you can expect your employer to support you in your new role and includes links to the range of national resources which are available to support you.

Induction guidance to help employers establish standardised, structured approaches to induction. The SSSC, in collaboration with employers and other stakeholders, developed this national induction framework for all social service staff in Scotland. The framework also contributes to lifelong learning, employee development and the promotion of a learning organisation.