Recording and report writing - 9:30- 16:30

Southwark Employees Price: £0 Associates Price: £0

Who is it for?

This course is for staff in Adults and Children's social care.

What does it cover?

This course will cover...

• What does the law and HCPC say about requirements on social workers to keep records.?
• Understand local systems and requirements for record keeping and report writing in Southwark
• Using stated opinion, expertise and third-party information in records and reports.
• Report writing, considering the purpose of the report, the audience, the legal underpinning, the content, the structure, the level of detail and the layout.
• Recording the wishes, feelings and views of the adult and their carers where appropriate. What is important to the adult? What supports their wellbeing?
• How do we record decisions so as to demonstrate the pathway to them and ensure they are ‘defensible’?
• Have we provided assessment and analysis?

What are the course outcomes?

Participants will be able to..

• Understand the reason and the legal requirements for all records required by a social worker to keep.
• Evidence skills in good recording with consideration of language, content, relevance, accessibility and detail
• Demonstrate ability to write appropriate targeted reports with a mind to purpose and audience and ensuring they are legally robust.
• Understand local systems and requirements for record keeping and report writing in Southwark

Book dates available for this course

09 Mar 09:30 Conference Room G06 (OD) Ground Floor 160 Tooley Street London SE1 2QH 15 Spaces Left 10 Sep 09:30 Conference Room G06 (OD) Ground Floor 160 Tooley Street London SE1 2QH 20 Spaces Left

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