Looking at the registered manager’s role in meeting the development needs of the workforce by offering and encouraging participation in the most relevant learning opportunities.
Whether you are an experienced manager who wants to refresh or brush up your skills, a soon to be manager who wants to be prepared for the tasks ahead, or simply an existing manager who has never been shown how to do appraisals, this module has been specifically designed to cater for your needs and equip you with the skills to be able to carry out effective appraisals with your staff.
Appraisals are used in many different work sectors and they only work if completed and monitored correctly. This course covers why we have apprasials and how to carry them out effectively in any workplace. By the end of the session you will have an understanding of how to make the appraisal process a positive one. You will be exploring the process of review and appraisal, learn to develop a positive approach to this process and receive guidance on the appraisal process.
Care Quality Commission (CQC) requires care providers to have a formal system to assess staff competence to administer medication. This practical workshop provides the knowledge, materials and skills to care providers to create and manage a formal system to assess staff competence.
Funded for adult social care staff in Brighton and Hove
Brighton & Hove care staff
This 10 minute video looks at how to maximise the potential of your staff by taking a strengths-based approach to their development.
To access resource register via the Brighton and Hove Learning Zone
As an employer or manager, you need to understand the learning and development needs of your individual workers, teams and the service.
Outstanding providers tell us that they carefully plan learning and development and empower staff to develop their skills through training and personal development to help drive improvement.
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This training is for registered managers and service managers, and is delivered online in 1 session.
Ensuring your workforce are properly supported through a thorough induction reduces the risk of employees feeling out of their depth, in turn reducing their stress and increasing their enjoyment of their job.
A supportive induction helps new team members fit comfortably and safely into your organisation.
Shadowing, mentoring, buddying, peer support, values-based learning and additional training around core skills and specific health conditions can all be included in the induction.