This unit is one of the Level 4 Diploma in Adult Care Optional Units and has the following learning outcomes and assessment criteria:
- 1. Understand the legal and organisational requirements for recording information and providing reports
- 2. Be able to prepare professional records and reports that meet legal requirements, and agreed
ways of working
- 2.1 Support individuals to participate in the preparation of reports
- 2.2 Produce accurate and coherent records and reports that can be understood by those who have a right to see them
- 2.3 Maintain accurate, complete, retrievable and up to date records
- 2.4 Ensure that records and reports comply with legal and organisational requirements
- 2.5 Explain how to balance the tension between confidentiality and openness in records and reports
- 2.6 Use Information Communication Technology (ICT) systems for the collection and storage of information
- 2.7 Use ICT that supports information exchange within and across disciplines and organisations.
- 3. Be able to use records and reports to inform judgements and decisions
- 3.1 Clarify the accuracy of records and reports with individuals and others
- 3.2 Respond to feedback from those who receive records and reports
- 3.3 Demonstrate the use of facts and evidence based opinions within records and reports
- 3.4 Evaluate how own records and reports provide evidence for the basis of judgements and decisions.