About Dignity, Privacy and Respect
This course is for anyone working within the health and social sector and is a mandatory unit of care induction training. Delegates will gain knowledge of dignity, privacy and respect with particular attention given to current legislation and policies. Plus, how to implement this understanding in their workplace to ensure compliant quality care procedures.
How long will this course take?
This course is spread across 1 day.
Who needs this training?
The training is aimed at those working within the health and social care sector.
What are the main points covered?
The main points of the course are understanding the meaning of dignity, privacy and respect, how they relate to a care environment. The course also helps candidates identify discrimination and how to support specific care needs.
How is it delivered?
Courses are delivered in-house or online via webinar/e-learning for up to 12 people. We also hold open courses across the UK.
How do you get Certified?
This course is available via an in-house group course for up to 12 delegates. Choose for the course to be delivered either face to face or by a blended learning option, at a time and place convenient to you. Alternatively, learn through one of our scheduled courses at centres located across the UK. Upon completion of this course, a certificate will be awarded.
Dignity, Privacy and Respect Course Outline
- Understand the meaning of dignity, privacy and respect.
- Knowledge of relevant legislation and how it affects an organisation.
- Ability to identify discrimination.
- What makes poor and good practice?
- Supporting specific care needs.
- How to implement change to improve the care provided.
- Person-centred care in conjunction with dignity, privacy and respect.
Dignity, Privacy and Respect FAQs
What is the meaning of Dignity?
Dignity is a way of appearing or behaving that suggests seriousness and self-control.
How does Privacy relate to Dignity?
Privacy is the right to keeping things for yourself (i.e. not public), the two terms relate to the right of keeping one’s appearance or behaviour private.
How does Respect relate to Privacy and Dignity?
Privacy and Dignity can relate to Respect in a lot of different ways. Respect can either be 1) a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements; 2) a feeling or understanding that someone or something is important, and should be treated properly. Respect, Dignity and Privacy are all important in an office setting, especially considering that they are all essential in a social care setting, all of these ensure that those being cared for are happy and are not left feeling abused psychologically.
What will I learn in this course?
As this course is CQC relevant, the focus is on the carer–patient relationship. Delegates will gain knowledge of dignity, privacy and respect with particular attention given to current legislation and policies. In this course. you will also be looking at privacy, dignity and respect as key concepts of care.