Common Induction Standards (CIS) are the standards people working in adult social care need to meet before they can safely work unsupervised.
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Strongly focused on usability for the new employee our Common Induction package is thorough whilst being clear and concise to help ensure all new staff take a significant step towards the delivery of high quality care and support.
Our social care induction package comes to you on a CD which includes the workbook covering all 8 standards, employee questions sheets, the printable certificate PLUS "Guidance for New Workers" and a "Welcome to Social Care" chapter.
• A single purchase allows you to print as many copies as you require.
• It offers new staff members acknowledgement for their work, as well as preparing them for access on to future training and qualifications.
• Provides evidence for the Health and Social Care Diploma Level 2 & 3
We like to keep things simple for you and your new employees that's why we've made our Common Induction workbook straightforward and simple to use.
The pack firstly welcomes the employee to social care explaining, in easy to understand terms, their role and responsibilities in the workplace and the responsibilities of their manager / employer.
We have then included a comprehensive guidance chapter for new workers detailing what Common Induction Standards are, the GSCC codes of practice and how they could further their knowledge and skills through continued professional development.
The employee then works through the handbook completing each question set which relates to the 8 standards, regularly presenting their work to the manager for assessment.
When completed the included Skills For Care Induction Certificate must be signed off by the manager and used as one of the first pieces of evidence for their continued professional development (CPD). The completed pack should be kept in the workplace both accessible to the staff member and used as evidence when required.
Common Induction standards have been designed for individuals stepping into social care, as well as those people changing roles or perhaps employers within social care.
The successful implementation of the Common Induction Standards is an important step towards delivering of high quality care and support. The CQC's Essential Standards of Quality and Safety highlight the importance and value of robust and extensive induction. They'll have to be confident that every new member of staff has been subject to a comprehensive induction process.
They have been developed to be achieved within a twelve week time frame in order to allow care workers to demonstrate the provision of high quality care and support. It offers new staff members acknowledgement for his or her work, as well as preparing them for access on to future training and qualifications.
The standards provide evidence for mandatory units of the new Health and Social Care Diploma to ensure consistency of procedure for employees.
• Standard 1 Role of the health and social care worker
• Standard 2 Personal development
• Standard 3 Communicate effectively
• Standard 4 Equality and Inclusion
• Standard 5 Principles for implementing duty of care
• Standard 6 Principles of safeguarding in health and social care
• Standard 7 Person-centred support
• Standard 8 Health and safety in an adult social care setting
Each standard includes areas of information that health & social care employees will need to understand prior to working unsupervised. Managers have a responsibility to make sure new members of staff have sufficient understanding to satisfy the required outcomes in each section.
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