CWDC Induction StandardsCIS Assessment
- 2 hours of study
To facilitate the production of an evidence portfolio, with out using a worklbook to demonstrate measureable knowledge against the CWDC Induction Standards.
Suitable for: People who are new to care but also for existing staff members
Requirements: Ability to use a mouse
The following excerpts are taken from the Children’s Workforce Development Council Induction Standards, “Guidance for those responsible for workers induction”.
Paragraph 1.6.1 – Relationship between earlier standards
CWDC expect that CSCI and OfSTED will recognise the CWDC Induction Standards from 1st Oct 2006.
Paragraph 3.1.c – Who should complete an induction?
Managers will need……..to make an assessment of workers learning needs in relation to the CWDC Induction Standards.
It is good practice to consider the learning needs of all workers, even those who hold a qualification.
Paragraph 4.3 – Planning Induction
It will be necessary to identify the priority areas to be covered within the first six weeks.
Paragraph 5.1 – Assessing workers learning
As part of their own learning managers need to know how to induct workers effectively. Managers have a responsibility to ensure that everyone, including themselves has the skills and knowledge needed to carry out their roles.
Paragraph 5.2 – Assessing knowledge and skills during induction
Assessment………….must clearly assess the knowledge of each worker.
Paragraph 5.5 – Recording assessment
Questions, answer and assessment decisions must be clearly recorded.
Paragraph 6.4.4 – Continuous Professional Competence
It will be necessary to keep their skills up to date.