Reporting & Record Writing Training

Course Description

Regardless of their position within an organisation, all health & social care staff need to understand their responsibilities in terms of reporting and recording. Unreported concerns, missing, or incorrect records can have very serious implications. When, what and how to report and record is at the heart of the course. Attending delegates will gain a firm understanding of the reasons why accurate records must be maintained and gain confidence to do so.

Every health and social care worker needs to be able to identify significant information; record it in a way that maintains the best principles of support service; and use existing written information effectively as a starting point for high quality support.

Reporting & Record Writing Training

Course Information

Course Number Course Validity Course Duration Course Assessment Course Accreditation Course Approvals
SC04073 Years1/2 DayContinuous--

Course Programme

  • Introduction and course overview
  • Reporting & recording key principles
  • Embracing the need for records vs time allocated to care
  • Why & what to report & record
  • Defining records used within a care setting
  • Presenting information
  • How to report & record
  • Who are the records for?
  • Confidentiality
  • “Keeping it safe”
  • Accountability
  • Legislation
  • Maintaining records
  • Course evaluation

Course Downloads

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