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Reflective Account Samples

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NVQ Level 3 Reflective Accounts | Case Studies.

Do you need help writing reflective accounts? We have a good product for you. Our resource packages contain the full explanation to all the performance criteria and a fully referenced sample of a reflective account.

An understanding of all the performance criteria will give you a clue of what your assessor will be expecting you to reflect on within your NVQ.

If you do find some performance criteria that you were not able to produce evidence through reflection because you have never come across such situations in your sphere of experience then these packages will show you how you write an account on what you would do if the situation arises. These are case studies and not reflective accounts.

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HSC 31- A reflective account sample on how a care worker has communicated sensitive and difficult issues effectively with service users and others; and also completed records appropriately plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

HSC 32 - A reflective account sample on how a care worker has promoted, monitored and maintained health and safety at work and has taken appropriate action on an emergency that involved service user and others plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit o enable you write your own.

HSC 33 - A reflective account sample on how a care worker has reflected on her professional development and practice; plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

HSC 35 - A reflective account sample on how a care worker has promoted choice and the well being of service users at work and dealt with an incident of abuse, harm and danger; plus the explanations to all performance criteria for this unit o enable you write your own.

HSC 328 – A Reflective account sample on how a care worker has contributed to care planning and review of a service user plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

HSC 329 – A Reflective account sample on how a care worker has contributed to planning, monitoring and reviewing the delivery of service for a service user plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

HSC 330 – A Reflective account sample on how a care worker has supported individuals to access and use services or facilities plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

HSC 331 – A Reflective account sample on how a care worker has supported individuals to develop and maintain social network and relationship plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

HSC 332 – A Reflective account sample on how a care worker has supported an individual with their social; emotional and identity needs plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

HSC 335 – A Reflective account sample on how a care worker has contributed to the protection of individuals at work plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

HSC 336 – A Reflective account sample on how a care worker has contributed to the prevention and management of abusive or aggressive behaviour of an individual at work plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

HSC 337 – A Reflective account sample on how a care worker has provided a framework to help individuals to manage challenging behaviour plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

HSC 343 – A Reflective account sample on how a care worker has supported individuals to live in their own home plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

HSC 345 – A Reflective account sample on how a care worker has supported individuals to manage their financial affairs plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

HSC 351 – A Reflective account sample how a care worker has planned, agreed and implemented development activities to meet an individual’s needs plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

HSC 358 – A Reflective account sample on how a care worker has identified individuals at risk of skin breakdown and has undertaken the appropriate risk assessment plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

HSC 360 – A Reflective account sample on how a care worker has moved and positioned an individual at work plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

HSC 364 –A Reflective account sample on how a care worker helped identify the physical health needs of an individual with mental health problems plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

HSC 369 – A Reflective account sample on how a care worker has supported individuals at work with specific communication needs plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

HSC 375 – A Reflective account sample on how a care worker has administered medication to individuals plus explanations to all the performance criteria for this unit to enable you write your own.

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