Getting Started Induction

Getting Started Induction

Meeting the Refreshed Common Induction Standards.

Use our training pack to help your staff complete their Refreshed Common Induction Standards training. This is an essential for all staff starting to work in the Health and Social Care sector.

This is an easy to follow training course that takes learners through the eight standards of the ‘Refreshed Common Induction’.

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Getting Started Induction pack: Meeting the Refreshed Common Induction Standards in Adult Health and Social Care.

Use our training pack to help your staff complete their Refreshed Common Induction Standards training. This is an essential for all staff starting to work in the Health and Social Care sector.

This is an easy to follow training course that takes learners through the eight standards of the ‘Refreshed Common Induction’.

The eight standards are:

  1. Role of the health and social care worker
  2. Personal development
  3. Communicate effectively
  4. Equality and Inclusion
  5. Principles for implementing duty of care
  6. Principles of safeguarding in health and social care
  7. Person-centred support
  8. Health and safety in an adult social care setting

This training has been written and designed in clear and plain language and in an easy to use format it includes; information for the learner to read through along with exercises and scenarios that will help the learner relate the knowledge gained to their practice and their workplace.


Assessment

When the learner has worked through the 8 sections, at the back of the pack are some questions for their manager to use in assessing the learner’s knowledge and understanding.

When the Manager is happy that the learner has successfully completed the Induction he or she can issue the learner with the ‘Certificate’ included in the pack, to certify that the Induction is complete.


Image: WHO-FORWho is this training aimed at?

This is a training package that will suit anyone starting out in his or her work in Health and Social Care. Skills for Care the Sector Skills Council for social care state that all new workers should complete the Refreshed Common Induction Standards. The 8 standards cover all of the basics that any worker in the sector should know about when starting work. These 8 standards should be completed within the first 12 weeks of working in the sector.

It does not matter which sector of Health and Social care that you work in, you must complete the Refreshed Common Induction Standards.


Course information:

This training is available as a delivered course, where one of our experienced trainers can come along to your workplace and deliver this course to a maximum of 15 of your staff in any one group. This course will run over a number of days, these can be delivered consecutively or one day, two days or several days per week.

We like to tailor our training delivery to the needs of the individual organisations, so we are flexible about how the days are organised. Each day our experienced trainer will deliver the training covering the 8 standards in an interactive, interesting and fun way, the training will include a variety of learning methods including; presentations, group work, exercises, scenarios, working in pairs and individually, all to ensure that the learner is engaged and learning throughout the course.

At the end of the course learners will be asked the assessment questions and on successful completion will receive their Refreshed Common Induction Standards Certificate.


NEW Getting Started is also available as:

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ARC Members £245 | Non-Members £295

 


What else can we offer?

When you have completed your ‘Getting Started’ training, you will be ready to work in the sector. Your manager may want you to complete some additional training to help you in your work such as:

  • Basic First Aid
  • Moving and positioning
  • Safeguarding
  • Food hygiene
  • Fire safety
  • Support medication

Speak to your line manager and ask if there are any further courses that you need to attend.


What next?

You now have all of your basic knowledge and skills to work in Health and Social Care but you don’t want to stop now, the next step is to gain a qualification in the sector. There are a range of related qualifications that you can do, that can be made to fit your job role.

Training Individual units towards the Health and Social Care qualifications including:

  • Handling medication
  • Duty of care in health and social care
  • Safeguarding and protection in health and social care
  • Context of learning disability

We are constantly developing new units, so contact us to see what we have in the pipeline.

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