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Principles of ethics in social care -Equality, Diversity, Privacy and Dignity (PEHWO2)

About Equality, diversity, privacy and dignity are the complex concepts that have an important influence on patients’ healthcare experiences and are core principles in professional healthcare and social practice. Human dignity applies to all people equally. All healthcare and social workers should understand how dignity, diversity, privacy, and equality interrelate,…

Fundamentals of Effective Communication Skills (FECHW04)

About Health and social workers play several roles in health care settings and in community, where they intervene as care givers, communicators, teachers, advocates etc… The role of health and social workers as communicator is with pivotal consideration in therapeutic process, because clients and families do communicate their concerns to…

Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHHHWA06)

ABOUT COURSE COSHH stands for” Control of Substances Hazardous to Health”, and it refers to a regulation introduced to protect workers and others from hazardous substances in the workplace. Hazardous substances are present in most, if not all, workplaces. They can potentially cause harm, such as ill health (short- and…

SSSC Codes of Practice for Social Service Workers (CPHW01 )

ABOUT COURSE With these Codes of Practice, the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) set out the standards of practice and behavior expected of everyone who works in social services in Scotland. In setting out these standards, the Codes are a tool for employers and for workers to use to think…