Reflective Practises

Unit 302
      1.1 Reflective practise is used to improve on past actions or experiences to help learn and improve the way you work in the future. By using reflective practises, you are able to continuously learn and improve on your own practises.
      1.2 The importance of reflective practise in continuously improving the quality or service provided is so that service users/ individuals are constantly receiving the best service that can be provided to them.
      1.3 Standards inform reflective practises in adult social care to help think about the way that I work. It can be used to compare to my own work and help decide whether or not I would need to make any improvements. They can also help us to gain professional developments and help to provide a way to identify what good practise within work would be.
      1.4 Own values, belief systems and experiences may affect working practise if they are used whilst working. Everybody will have their own values, belief systems and experiences and if I were to try and enforce my own beliefs or opinions it could cause conflict within my job. Listening and understanding other people, I would be able to improve how I would communicate with them.

2.1 People may react and respond to receiving constructive feedback differently depending on the person. Some people will be able to take on constructive feedback and use it to improve themselves in work and other aspects. Others may not take constructive feedback well and could think that they may be being picked on instead of getting feedback which could help improve their work ethic.
2.2 The importance of seeking feedback to improve practise and inform development is so that we can always work on improving the way we work and be able to develop our skills further and be able to continuously learn in our work role.
2.3 The importance of using feedback in improving own practise is so that you can better yourself and your own practise by using the feedback as a guideline...