Observation Skills for Carers
This observation skills course is designed to provide an introduction into the responsibilities of an observer and the legal requirements of accurate reporting. It is relevant to people who provide personal care to clients in care settings. Upon completion of the course candidates will understand the use and purpose of each record or report that a worker has to use or contribute to. Candidates will also be able to demonstrate the ability to make written records that are legible and understand that it is the responsibility of a worker to report anything that worries them in their working environment.
Outline of Programme
- What is an observation
- Why are observations important
- How to observe
- Analysing behaviour
- Developing patterns
- Record keeping and Reporting
The Observational skills for Carers course is delivered in 2 hours and Candidates must demonstrate a willingness to learn through interaction and group activities.
Our training courses are competitively priced and we guarantee to beat any equivalent training quote.
SPECIAL OFFER- If three, two hour care sector courses are run on the same day at the same venue the third course is free of charge. This could be three of the same courses or a combination of three different ones.
The training venue should be quiet and undisturbed.
Staff should not be expected to be on duty
Staff attending should remain for the entire length of the session