Name of the session
Record Keeping in a Social Care Setting
Description of course
Record Keeping in Social Care settings (Full Day, presented by Yvonne Gray & Wyness Glennie)
Looking at the Legislation linked to record keeping and why records are important. The different types of records kept. What we can/cannot include in differing records. The effects of poor/good record keeping. Barriers to maintaining/producing quality records and the consequences of poor record keeping for staff and people who use our services.
Who is it for?
Aimed at all social care staff in care homes and in the community.
What will I learn?
You will learn about the legislation, Perth & Kinross Council policy, National Care standards and the Scottish Social Services Codes of Practice linked to record keeping. How to keep good records and the consequences of poor record keeping. The effects of language and how this can make an individual feel valued and supported or de-skilled and demotivated.
Where is the session?
Venues – varied – see training calendar/booking form at the time.
How to book
Click on dates to book
The training made me think about the records I keep and what I may have written that could have been misinterpreted
I found the training very helpful and it helped me gain a better understanding of why we keep all the different kinds of records we do and how this links to the legislation, standards and codes
I now have a much better idea of what I can write in contact sheets and what I shouldn’t write