This Registered Manager Induction gives you a comprehensive workbook that covers all elements of your care service so that you can be assured that your new Manager has had a full and detailed induction into your company.
This induction covers the specific information and detail that you need to pass on and discuss with your new manager.
A good induction is vital to ensure you have passed on everything that the new manager needs to know in order to manage the service. It also creates a good foundation for the working relationship and fosters good communication channels from day 1.
This Induction Booklet is designed to support in the Induction of Senior Carers who are joining your team. The document will be available to download as a Word (editable) document and in a pdf format.
Regulation 18 of the Health & Social Care Act (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 states that staff must receive appropriate induction into the service in order to perform their role. This document works through the types of information that needs to be shared with Senior Carers.
Induction training provides employees with a smooth entry into the organisation by providing them with the information they require to get started. The goals of induction training are in line with those of the wider induction process. These goals are to:
- Create a positive atmosphere
- Address any new job concerns
- Increase comfort level and feeling of belonging
- Increase knowledge of the organisation and its procedures and policies
- Share organisational values
- Share job-specific information
- Ensure that the staff receiving induction have the necessary skills and competence to fulfill the expectations of the role.
In small organisations, the responsibility for carrying out the induction training usually rests with one person. In larger organisations, the responsibility is shared between managers, supervisors, and human resources. In the case of both big and small organisations the employees and his/her, senior managers play a major role in inducting an employee.
Evidence of induction will be sought during CQC inspection by way of the physical, documented evidence, and also by discussing induction processes with staff from all departments.
This competency framework is built around the Skills for Care Mandatory training topics. The best practice recommendation is to ensure staff have formal training coupled with an annual assessment of competency. This workbook is fully editable and adaptable to your service. Instant download in WORD format.
Covers the following areas;
- Manual Handling
- Basic Life Support
- Fire Safety
- Nutrition & Hydration
- Food Hygiene
- Health & Safety
- Infection Control
- MCA & LPS (DoLS)
- Recording & Reporting
- Person Centric Care
- Oral Health
- Dementia Care
- Dignity, Equality & Diversity
- Specific Conditions