Your Healthcare Career - e-Learning CPD accredited

Care4me Training & Consultancy
Delivery Method: e-Learning

An introduction to a career in healthcare, and how the learners role fits within their organisation, whilst building their professional relationships, and understanding different ways of working.

This content aims to encourage learners, particularly those who are new to healthcare, to reflect on their role and various aspects of their role, including codes of conduct, working with colleagues, developing their skills through shadowing and mentoring, and the importance of raising concerns within their organisations or with relevant supervisory bodies.

This session makes use of reflective learning techniques and encourages learners to use the reflective note-making facility to consider the different aspects of their careers.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Describe your role at work, your responsibilities and the limits of your role


Name any codes of conduct related to your role


Describe what is expected of your professional relationship with your colleagues


Explain the importance of professional development


Describe how professional development can be achieved through informal practices such as mentoring


Explain why it is important to raise concerns


All courses will be set up and the learner registered within 24 hours of purchase

Total of 1 CPD credit, equivalent to 1 hour accredited learning. Accredited by the The CPD Accreditation Group.

A certificate will be issued immediately for you to download upon successful completion of the knowledge test at the end of each course, therefore if you complete all courses above, you can achieve 1 certificate. The pass mark for these courses is 75% (grade C)

You will have 12 months to complete the course and the certificates are valid for 12 months from the date of completion.

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