Develop as a Worker Training

As professionalism in health and social care ever improves, so does personal and professional development of health and social care workers.

But what does this mean in practice?

This Mulberry House learning resource helps people understand not only what developing as a worker means, but why it matters - why it's such an important issue for sector skills agencies and inspectors.

It then links that understanding into practical ways for workers to develop their skills so that positive differences are made to people receiving health or social care services.

This is an important induction topic with great significance to vocational qualifications, such as the Care Certificate.

For more information about the Care Certificate click here.

We haven't encountered a similar resource so helpful with this subject. 

You can also take this course online, at any time, by visiting our e-learning portal

Printable PDF SyllabusProduct Syllabus:

  • What development is about
  • Basic duties and how they develop
  • Dealing with change
  • Sources of information
  • The role of your manager
  • Working with others
  • The roles of others
  • Being supported
  • Giving support
  • Taking responsibility
  • Being accountable
  • Seeking help
  • Human needs and their development
  • Taking care of yourself 
  • Health promotion
  • Nutrition and diet
  • Sleep problems
  • Stress
  • Reflective practice
  • Supervision
  • Personal development plans
  • Delivering best practice care
  • Training
  • Gaining skills
  • Feedback
  • Health and social care qualifications

Contributes to Care Certificate Standards 1, 2, 3, 5 & 13

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