Keeping Good Records
Keeping good records is an essential part of a structured and safe approach to working with vulnerable adults, children, young people and their families.
Good records management not only demonstrates the practical application of your knowledge and skills, it provides evidence of your work activity and helps keep those in your care safe.
This course gives good record keeping guidance for anyone working in social care.
8 reviews for Keeping Good Records
This course was excellent.
I am really pleased that I took this course – I have learnt a lot.
This topic is very important. Everyone should do this course,
Great course again, Me Learning.
This course will change the way I record my notes in future. Thank you.
I found this course very interesting and easy to follow.
Excellent course. Looking forward to undertaking more courses with you.
I found the course informative, and has offered a great insight to keeping better records.
I have thoroughly enjoyed this course, it was enjoyable, interactive and engaging. I have learnt more on recording keeping especially about not being judgemental which is very easily done by most health professionals.
The course was really useful and its great that it wasn’t full of non-related information. It was clear concise and interesting, had good pace.
I thought it was a good course. The material was presented in a clear, understandable format. It was pleasant to listen to.
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