This volume presents an edited compilation of papers about the process of developing capable professionals and practitioners in every field in higher education. Current developments are reviewed, covering the issues raised in the Dearing Report, and the importance of self-management is emphasized.
Diversity and Rights in Care is unique in taking a narrative approach to diversity, identity and human rights - and in applying this to professional practice in social care. Diversity and Rights offers:
This title is for candidates taking a specialist route through their NVQ in order to work with the elderly or those with special needs. It covers 5 mandatory units of the award and 10 of the option units, providing students with a choice in their selection of option units.
Working in residential or domiciliary settings involves a continuing process of learning. Every day, social care workers face challenges that force them to think about what they do and how they do it – whether it be an ethical dilemma, the introduction of a new policy or procedure or training on a specific subject. Reflecting On and Developing Your Practice is an accessible, interactive workbook providing social care workers with guidance on how to improve your knowledge through training and development. It advises how to keep up to date with the latest developments, but also how to reflect and improve upon your own practice. It also provides information about different approaches to learning and how to draw on your experience when working in new and unfamiliar situations. Designed to meet the requirements of Health and Social Care (Adults) NVQ Level 3, Unit 33, this workbook is also a valuable source of guidance for any social care worker wanting and needing to develop their work.
GCE AS Level Health and Social Care Single Award Book For OCR