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|Qualification||Unit number and title|
|Pearson BTEC Level 4/5HNC/D Diploma Health and Social Care||Communicating In Health And Social Care Organizations|
|Student name||Assessor name|
|Date issued||Completion date||Submission date||Re-assessment date|
|22/10/2014||12th January 2015|
|Assignment title||Communicating in Health and Social Care Settings|
|Learning Outcome||Learning Outcome||Assessment Criteria||In this assessment you will have the opportunity to present evidence that shows you are able to:||Task no.|
|LO1||1.Able to explore how communication skills are used in health and social care||1.1||Apply relevant theories of communication to health and social care contexts||1|
|1.2||Use communication skills in health and social care context||2|
|1.3||Review methods of dealing with inappropriate interpersonal communication between individuals in health and social care settings||2|
|1.4||Analyse the use of strategies to support users of health and social care services with specific communication needs||1|
|LO2||2.Understand how various factors influence the communication process in health and social care||2.1||Explain how communication process is influenced by values and cultural factors||1|
|2.2||Explain how legislation, charters and codes of practice impact on the communication process in health and social care||2|
|2.3||Analyse the effectiveness of organisation systems and policies||2|
|2.4||Suggest ways of improving the communication process in a health and social care setting||1|
|LO3||3.Able to explore the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in health and social care||3.1||Access and use standard ICT software packages to support in a health and social care setting||3|
|3.2||Analyse the benefits of using ICT in health and social care for users of services, care workers and care organisations||3|
|3.3||Analyse how legal considerations in the use of ICT impact on health and social care||3|
|Essential requirements||Assessment Schedule and Linked to other units|
|Access to ICT facilities, including the internet is essential, including the internet is essential to ensure sufficient competence can be demonstrated. Learners will need to be familiar with the systems and process of record keeping
(Particularly of the Data Protection Act) and communication within the workplace. Learners will also require opportunities to practise and demonstrate use of communication skills which can be assessed either in the workplace (as long as confidentiality is maintained and permissions obtained) or in a simulated environment.
|Assessment Method||Criteria Covered||Final Submission Dates|
|Case Study||2.1 ( Linked to 1.2 of Unit 4, 1.3 of Unit 9 and 3.2 of Unit 4)
1.1 ( Linked to 3.1 of Unit 2)
2.4 ( Linked to 3.3 of Unit 23, 3.3 of Unit 27, 3.3 of Unit 21 and 3.3 of Unit 10)
|12th November 2014|
|Written Report||1.2 ( Linked to 2.2 of Unit 23)
2.2 ( Linked to 1.1 of Unit 9, 2.2 of Unit 5)
2.3 ( Linked to 2.3 of Unit 2, 2.1 of Unit 21, 3.1 of Unit 27, 3.2 of Unit 9 and 3.2 of Unit 11)
|12th January 2015|
|Leaflet||3.1 3.2 3.3||12th January 2015|
In addition to the above PASS criteria, this assignment gives you the opportunity to submit evidence in order to achieve the following MERIT and DISTINCTION grades
|Grade Descriptor||Indicative characteristic/s||Contextualisation|
|M1.Identify and apply strategies to find appropriate solutions.||Effective judgments have been made
|Effective judgments have been made whilst explaining how Legislation, Charters and Code of Conduct may impact on communication(Task 2)|
|M2. Select/design and apply appropriate methods/ techniques.||Relevant theories and techniques have been applied||Relevant communication theories have been chosen and applied to the case study (Task 1)|
|M3. Present and communicate appropriate findings||The appropriate structure and approach has been used||Present and communicate appropriate findings: an appropriate, word processed leaflet has been designed (Task 3)|
|D1. Use critical reflection to evaluate own work and justify valid conclusions||The validity of results has been evaluated using defined criteria||Use critical reflection to evaluate own work and justify valid conclusions: valid conclusions have been drawn whilst evaluating the use of current strategies (Task 1)|
|D2. Take responsibility for managing and organizing activities||Substantial activities, projects or investigations have been planned, managed and organized||Take responsibility for managing and organizing activities. The Leaflet is structured and organized in a logical, professional manner (Task 3)|
|D3.Demonstrate convergent/lateral/creative thinking.
|Convergent and lateral thinking have been applied
|Demonstrate convergent/lateral/creative thinking. Lateral thinking has been demonstrated whilst suggesting how strategies could be improve (Task 1)|
Please note that for unit assignments assessors should use these or other exemplar indicative characteristics for the individual grade descriptors from Annexe C of the HN specification or any other relevant indicative characteristics for the particular assignment. The indicative characteristic should then be contextualised. Only one indicative characteristic per grade descriptor, M2, M2, M3, D1, D2, D3 is required.
Pearson BTEC HND Diploma in Health and Social Care
|Unit number and title||1, Communicating in Health and Social Care Organizations|
|Deadline/hand-in||Task 1 Submission Date:21st November 2014
Task 2 Submission Date: 22nd December 2014
Task 3 Submission Date: 12th January 2015
|Assignment title||Communicating in Health and Social Care Organizations|
|Purpose of this assignment
The aim of this assignment is to develop learners’ awareness of different forms of communication used in health and social care settings and its importance for effective service delivery. Learners will investigate the communication processes in health and social care settings considering the barriers to communication and ways to overcome these barriers. Learners will explore the process of communication and how effective communication can affect how individuals feel about themselves. In addition, communication systems within organisations will be critically examined and learners will gain an understanding of the legal frameworks surrounding the recording of information about people.
Learners will gain an understanding of the use of information system and communication technology as a tool in health and social care settings. Learners should note that any direct investigation of communication in health and social care placements or employment should be within the context of a job role. Due regard should be given to the confidentiality of information if used to support assessment evidence for this unit.
|Requirements of this assignment
The assignment is divided into three tasks. This assignment tasks will help the learner to cover the assessment criteria of other units. These are: 2.1 ( Linked to 1.2 of Unit 4, 1.3 of Unit 9 and 3.2 of Unit 4), 1.1 ( Linked to 3.1 of Unit 2), 2.4 ( Linked to 3.3 of Unit 23, 3.3 of Unit 27, 3.3 of Unit 21 and 3.3 of Unit 10), 1.2 ( Linked to 2.2 of Unit 23), 2.2 ( Linked to 1.1 of Unit 9, 2.2 of Unit 5), 2.3 ( Linked to 2.3 of Unit 2, 2.1 of Unit 21, 3.1 of Unit 27, 3.2 of Unit 9 and 3.2 of Unit 11).
Task 1 Case Study
Choose a client with whom you currently work with or are familiar with. Provide a brief background history of this client and:
1. Explain and discuss the possible values and cultural factors which may influence the way this client communicates. (LO2.1)
2. Apply two communication theories to this client. (LO1.1)
3. Analyse the use of strategies currently used to support this client’s needs and suggest how they may be improved (to enhance the communication process). (LO1.4 / LO2.4)
This case study will provide the opportunity to meet the following merit and distinction descriptors:
M2. Select/design and apply appropriate methods/ techniques. Relevant theories and techniques have been applied: relevant communication theories have been chosen and applied to the case study.
D1. Use critical reflection to evaluate own work and justify valid conclusions: valid conclusions have been drawn whilst evaluating the use of current strategies.
D3.Demonstrate convergent/lateral/creative thinking. Lateral thinking has been demonstrated whilst suggesting how strategies could be improve.
Task 2 Written Report
Inter-professional working and communication is of paramount importance within Health and Social Care.
1. Review methods of dealing with inappropriate communication and use of communication skills within inter-professional teams. (LO1.3)
2. Explain how Legislation, Charters and Codes of Conduct impacts on communication between Health and Social Care workers and Service Users. Use examples to help illustrate your answer. (LO2.2)
3. Consider where you currently work. Identify and analyse the effectiveness of your organizations’ policies and systems put in place to promote good communication practice. (LO2.3)
This task will provide the opportunity to meet the following merit and distinction descriptors:
M1.Identify and apply strategies to find appropriate solutions. Effective judgments have been made: effective judgments have been made whilst explaining how Legislation, Charters and Code of Conduct may impact on communication.
|Task 3 Leaflet
Information and Communication technology is increasingly being used within the field of Health and Social Care.
You have been asked to design a word-processed leaflet for newly employed Care Workers. (LO3.1) See more about : Unit 1 Business Environment Assignment Help
In the leaflet you should:
1. Highlight and analyse some of the benefits of using ICT for service users, care workers and care organizations. (LO3.2) And
2. Analyse how legal considerations in the use of ICT impact on ICT. (LO3.3)
This task will provide the opportunity to meet the following merit and distinction descriptors:
M3. Present and communicate appropriate findings: an appropriate, word processed leaflet has been designed.
D2. Take responsibility for managing and organizing activities. The Leaflet is structured and organized in a logical, professional manner.
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