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Author chelled
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#1 | Posted: 28 Jul 2019 20:18
hi everyone please help im doing level 3 health and social my assessor gave me the first few units with questions on but now I have been text units 305 & 306 where do I find the correct units please and thank you in advance
Author careteam
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#2 | Posted: 31 Jul 2019 16:44
Hi,

You can find the units on your awarding Body website which is the organisation where you are registered e.g. City and Guilds or Pearson/Edexcel.
The best thing to do is to go back to your assessor then you can be sure that you have the correct unit.
A level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (QCF) is different to the Level 3 in Adult Care diploma so either go back to your training organisation or the awarding body.
Hope this helps

Wendy @ W&P

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Author GillyD
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#3 | Posted: 30 Sep 2019 14:54
Unit7 3, 3.4 access support and advice about partnership working and resolving conflicts
Help!
Author careteam
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#4 | Posted: 9 Oct 2019 22:23
Hi GillyD

As a carer you may be working in partnership with such people as the district nurse or an Advocate, family and other team members

You would access support and information from your
· Manager
· Workplace policies
· Professional organisations involved
· Independent advisory organisations

These would give you guidance in relation to
· what information can be shared with partnership colleagues
· how it can be shared
· understanding everyone's roles and responsibilities when working as a team
· understanding professional boundaries and professional limits and expectations

resolving conflicts could be between families, colleagues or professional disagreements from partnership colleagues.

· It is important for all concerned to get together and discuss the areas of conflict and look for a mutual agreement of how to proceed.
· Follow workplace procedures such as complaints process, grievance or disciplinary processes if applicable
· Holding a formal meeting to resolve the dispute where everyone's points of concern can be heard
· It is important to keep calm and make sure you have all the relevant information available for everyone concerned so people can make informed contributions to the discussions
· Listen to what is being said
· Use professional conflict resolution organisations where needed

Regards,
Wendy
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