Within our private and professional lives, we will develop a range of different relationships. Where some relationships will be personal, others will be professional. This course looks at these differences and go into more detail about professional boundaries within a care and support worker's role.
This course was written in partnership with professionals at Norwood, a leading charity supporting people with learning disabilities and autism.
This course has been designed specifically for people working in a social care setting who want to know more about professional boundaries. It may also be useful to a wider audience.
If you would like to add this course to your LMS as a SCORM file, just let us know.
You can access this Health and Social Care online course as part of the Unlimited Care Package, which includes 130+ courses and certificates, on the Click eLearning platform. Starting from just £3, access unlimited learning in one simple subscription.
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As a leading eLearning platform provider, Grey Matter Learning recognises the importance of accessibility in learning. We are proud to have integrated Recite, an innovative tool that enables learners to access eLearning content more easily, regardless of their abilities. With Recite, learners can benefit from text-to-speech in over 65 languages, colour contrast adjustments, and translation of over 100 languages, to enhance their learning experience.
These tools can help to make learning more inclusive and accessible for learners with visual or hearing impairments, as well as those who speak different languages. By incorporating Recite into our website and Click eLearning platform, we are able to provide our carers with a comprehensive and accessible training solution that helps to promote learning outcomes for all learners.