Relationships are a fundamental part of work in health and social care. Being able to build meaningful and rewarding relationships with individual’s supported and cared for has a positive effect on their wellbeing. It also positively impacts on staff and their wellbeing, contributing to their sense of achievement at work.
The key to this is building and maintaining professional boundaries and being open and transparent about the healthy professional working relationships that we should have at work, in health and social care.
This training course is suitable for any health and social care staff that work in Care Homes, in the community, on hospital wards, or even volunteers or any other members of staff that have contact with vulnerable individuals through their work.
- What is a boundary?
- Boundaries as protection
- Safe, supportive relationship
- Ensuring good practice and minimum standards
- Personal Values, Culture and Ethics
- Overstepping Boundaries
- Boundaries and personal care
- Boundaries and the MCA
- Dealing With The Practical Elements of Boundaries
- Personal details and self-disclosure
- Dual relationships
- Managing boundaries
Successful completion of this training course will result in the award of a CPD accredited certificate covering all aspects of the above course contents.