This course aims to increase awareness of the importance of providing accurate information in a care setting, and helps participants to develop the often underestimated skills required to do so.
This course is delivered as an online training session. Our online sessions have been developed to replicate face to face training where possible, and include group work, presentation slides, etc.
Participants will require access to a PC or device which connects to the internet.
Mike Martin MA, MSc, Dip Soc Admin, Dip Soc Work (CQSW), Cert in Management. Mike has worked with TfC over the past 10 years and also teaches and contributes to course design and development for the Open University. He produces independent reports and acts as an expert witness in relation to adults with incapacity and also works part time as a coordinator of local authority out of hours social services. Mike is a past advocate and board member with Powerful Partnerships, and a past director with Capability Scotland.
- why, what and how we record: identify the main purposes of recording in social care, general principles of recording and what information should be recorded
- being objective: the way language influences the way we think about clients
- recording guidelines and confidentiality:writing effective records and raising awareness of confidentiality
Certification TfC Certificate of Attendance
Course Length 3 hours
Maximum Participants 15
Group Booking Information
Choose a date and time to suit your organisation. Please get in touch with your requirements using the request group booking button. Fees are shown in the table below.
|Number of Attendees||Group Price||Per Capita|
|15 (or less)||£360.00||£24.00 (for 15)|