Induction Awareness

Good induction retains staff and improves the delivery of care provision. This course a) helps owners and managers understand induction better and b) helps new staff appreciate why their induction matters.

Thus, health and social care employers benefit from a reduction in the ‘induction burden' (as it is sometimes put) and an increase in the worth of good induction

To make induction more meaningful, this social-care.tv course is what you need.

The inclusion of suggested induction programmes, which you can adapt to your circumstances, makes this resource an invaluable training asset that paves the way for induction and vocational qualification, for example QCF and the Care Certificate.

For more information about the Care Certificate click here and for the QCF click here.

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This preview is a short sample of the actual course content.

As a guide, this course should take between 40 to 50 minutes. Remember, of course, different people learn at different rates for various reasons.

Printable PDF Syllabus

The syllabus includes, for example:

  • Why induction matters
  • Developing confidence and competence
  • Categories of induction
  • Delivery of induction
  • Written induction policy
  • Signing off induction
  • Fire
  • Security
  • The organisation
  • Health & safety
  • Abuse & neglect
  • Infection control
  • Safe handling
  • Emergencies
  • First aid
  • Codes of practice
  • Aims and objectives
  • Partnerships
  • Relationships
  • Reliability
  • Dependability
  • Medication
  • Principles of care
  • Promoting independence
  • Confidentiality
  • Needs
  • Wishes
  • Preferences
  • Care planning
  • Risk taking
  • Communication
  • Record keeping
  • Personal care
  • Nutrition and diet
  • Promoting continence
  • Challenging behaviour
  • Dementia
  • Syndromes & conditions
  • Dying, death & bereavement
  • Seeking help
  • Policies & procedures
  • Knowledge & experience
  • Development and supervision
  • Personal development plans

 

Contributes to Care Certificate Standards 2, 3, 7, 9 & 10