Supporting workforce development – skills and techniques for good recording
Learn how to independently develop your own learning and development sessions with our new materials on skills and techniques for good recording.
Recording is the process by which we set down information so that it is available for future reference, such as information about a person, place, conversation, physical action, or decision. In a social care context, information is collected to evidence need, deliver outcomes, and make decisions – good recording skills are vital.
Attendees will learn how to use Research in Practice information, resources, and activities to develop and deliver their own bespoke training for their workforce. Objectives include:
- To identify the policy and legal context, along with the implications of recording for individuals, practitioners, and organisations.
- To understand the professional practice standards framework and their importance to accurate and effective recording.
- To develop awareness of the key challenges associated with balancing recording requirements alongside other priorities.
- To learn how to acknowledge difference, diversity, and equality in recording.
This session is aimed at workforce development staff.
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Workforce development teams
PQS:KSS - Effective assessment and outcome based support planning | Supervision, critical analysis and reflection | Developing confident and capable social workers | Assuring good social work practice and development | Promoting and supporting critical analysis and decision-making
CQC - Effective
PCF - Diversity and equality | Critical reflection and analysis
RCOT - Keep records | Demonstrate quality | Communication