Gain the skills and moral imagination necessary to deliver first class care in the 21st century

Gain the skills and moral imagination necessary to deliver first class care in the 21st century

Record Keeping

Record Keeping

                Learning Outcomes

 

  • Understand what a record is and the different types and their purpose.
  • Understand how to use reports and records appropriately.
  • Be aware of the professional and legal responsibilities in maintaining accurate records. 
  • Know how and where to find the legal requirements when dealing with and managing personal information in your workplace (GDPR 2016)
  • Understand the implications of good and poor recording keeping on client care.
  • Understand potential errors and barriers to accurate record keeping. 
  • Know how to write reports and records that are understandable, relevant for the purpose, clear and concise, factual and checkable. 

Please have a note pad or supervision folder to hand for note making during this module.

Course Details

Pass Requirement:
70%

Resubmission Requirement:
50%

Accreditation Currency:
12 Months

Average Pass Rate:
93.62%


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