Reflective practice is now universally accepted as essential to maintaining and improving best practice within the health and social care sectors. It can be used as a means of personal and professional development but also as a means of developing and improving professional and therapeutic relationships and ultimately support services.
To put it simply: "The reflective practitioner is an effective practitioner."
This 1/2 day course introduces the learners to the concepts of experiential learning and how this is applied through reflective practice. It examines the importance of supervision and mentoring but also the use of simple tools such as learning logs and practice journals/diaries.
It also looks at the importance of debriefing as a means of support but also of reflective practice and in doing so, the course explores the REFLECT model for debriefing developed by Sherwood Training and recently written about in the Nursing Times (see the link below) and a number of academic pieces.
The course is delivered through powerpoint presentation, discussion and groupwork.
Price (ex VAT & expenses): £POA
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Our physical interventions training courses are accredited through the BILD PITAS scheme.
PITAS/10053 - January 2020
BILD ACT / RRN TRAINING STANDARDS:
We are working with BILD ACT (Association of Certified Training) towards certification of our training as complying with the Restraint Reduction Network (RRN) Training Standards (2019). Certification will be live by the start of October and will be a requirement from April 2020. We are on target to be one of the first organisations to gain certification by the 1st October.
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