Furthermore, these internal factors likewise enable professionals in assisting their clientele in receiving services and/or care elsewhere; thus it can promote a continuity of care ((APA, 2010; Fisher, 2017). If there was no established standard, the maintenance of such records etc. would not be required. This would create a multitude of ethical dilemmas. Seeing as, records are maintained for a variety of reasons, the most important of which is for the benefit of the clientele, such conscious recording of clienteles needs, their supports etc. would not longer be a required duty of care (APA, 2010)
Outcome 1 Understand how duty of care contributes to safe practice. The learner can: 1. Explain what it means to have a duty of care in own work role Having a duty of care, basically means that as support staff we are responsible for our clients’ health, safety and wellbeing. In other words, we must make sure our service users’ health and wellbeing come first at all the time. We must provide high quality standards care, make sure our clients not only are healthy and clean and appropriately dressed for the season, but also that they are able to express themselves, and further develop in life.
If a task was not completed, you are the one accountable. Be approachable and welcome feedback. Provide team members sufficient opportunities to talk about conflict-related issues as they apply to the team. You want the individuals on your team to view you as someone who is fair and unbiased. Keep your tone and use of language in check so that you do not come off as intimidating, otherwise, it could hinder the willingness of the UAP or LPN to bring up problems or rifts as they
2) Explain each aspect in detail and note any advantages and/or disadvantages to each approach. Classical Approach: Again, without much detail on CSC’s structure, it is difficult to comment on how much follows the Classical Approach. Applying past experiences and having an understanding of manufacturing, it can be
However, it is not only important to be able to use these coping mechanisms for example, after a difficult day to exercise or meditate but to incorporate these techniques into everyday life. Having these activities integrated into our regular day to day lives can also help maintain a healthy work-life balance. Social care can be a fulfilling and rewarding career however there can also be very difficult experiences and so it is vital that we are prepared to care for ourselves in order to avoid burnout, desensitisation and to be able to continue working with and supporting those who need us. We should be open minded in our work and attempt to learn from both positive and negative experiences.
NOT for resale purposes ©HSC DIPLOMA HELP Continuing professional development - to ensure relevant knowledge and skills, to develop new skills and to assist career progression. Your organisations aim will be to deliver a high quality service to those using it and to always be looking for ways to improve the services provided and it’s delivery. Improvements will be measured against performance targets. Targets will be met with a good management system/team and with a workforce with good morale and training and an organisation with good staff retention.
An efficient transition to detailed planning consists of an appropriate use of ADM output. In this regard, the transition cannot be reduced to briefing the results of ADM and handing over the conceptual products to another planning. The best option is to have the same planning team that led the design effort leads the staff through the MDMP. If it is not
The recognition of the need to change, either circumstance or environment, may be a step in the right direction and all that is possible for some clients depending on where they start or have come from in the process. This may even come down to a ‘maintenance situation’ of one where the client is not going backwards but for the time being is maintaining safety and harm minimisation/risk is at a required safety level from one session to the next. Evaluating from where the person has come from to where they are from session to session will give counsellors a chance to gauge the effectiveness of the plan and their counselling approach or to discuss changes if necessary. Giving clients questionnaires, and encouraging keeping a diary to measure their own success, albeit minor or significant, is another evaluation approach. Additionally, returning to initial assessments for comparisons and hoped improvements in
By being fully aware of its function and implications is an important aspect of the project manager’s role and responsibility. The triple constraint is meant to be an asset to the project manager’s arsenal and should not be viewed as a hindrance. This assignment has shown about how and the importance of comprehensive evaluation on the Triple Constraint (Time, Cost, Scope) in a project under uncertainty situation. We introduce an index called as Project Reliability.
We want to save our clients time, reduce risk of costly mistakes and save money! This is why we focus on these target areas for a problem-free construction project. We want them to focus on their expertise and. Seer Construction Consulting consults with business owners, contractors and individual home owners on new and existing projects to ensure that everything is according to client specifications, with full consideration of project timeline, budget, possible causes of delays, and set up contingency plans.
1. Predictive software is the most crucial tool to ensure that the new tools work as intended. The staff would be able to enter how much time is saved using this tool, the speed at which it works, its cost, its accuracy and all the other variables associated with it. The predictive analysis will then be able to determine a forecasted model of the possibility(s) with an accepted level of reliability. This will allow them to ensure the new IT tool is solving the problems they intended, without having any outside repercussions.
It shows the organisation invests in their staff and supports and guides them to become the best they can be – that will become more efficient in their roles as they progress and settle into their role, and staff gain job satisfaction. There also will be consistency of staff and performance for the children and parents will be reassured that it will not affect our existing service but enhance it with a diverse set of skills and abilities within the staff
- working with working staff to set up strategies, models and frameworks. - Setting client administration measures & assuring that the current standards satisfy the customers & helps retaining them. • Coordinating with the workers themselves can help effectively in setting appropriate models for the procedures & systems because they are the ones who interact directly with raw materials and producing the products, so they would know better if anything in manufacturing needs improvement or so. • It is important to satisfy the current customers in different possible ways in order to retain them which eventually leads in attracting more customers as well.