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DIGNITY AND RESPECT 

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This theory course presents Dignity, Privacy & Respect in a format that is both easy to digest and apply to the work environment. It will benefit all employees who work within a Health and Social Care environment. It will also benefit those who require this knowledge as part of their induction or as part of their company mandatory training programme. Successful completion of the training will give learners the under-pinning knowledge of Dignity, Privacy & Respect. It will enable learners to understand the above learning outcomes and be able to implement those outcomes within their working environment.

Learning Outcomes

  • Definitions of Dignity, Privacy & Respect
  • Legislation Policy/Procedure of Organisation
  • Poor Practice
  • Discrimination
  • Best Practice
  • Specific Care Needs
  • Implementing Change
  • Person Centred Care using Dignity, Privacy & Respect

Duration

Full Day or 60 Mins Online

Refresher Requirements

Refreshed in accordance with your company guidelines, local and national authoritative guidelines and any regulatory requirements – TO ORDER, CLICK ‘BOOK IT’ BELOW AND LOG IN TO YOUR ACCOUNT AND ADD THE COURSE TO YOUR BASKET, IF YOU DONT HAVE AN ACCOUNT CHOOSE YOUR USER STYLE AND CREATE AN ACCOUNT TO PLACE YOUR ORDER

Pricing

Prices are shown per person, and change depending on the number of people you book onto a course.

1-4 Person:

£9.99 per person

For group’s contact us.

Certificates:  FREE

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