Learning Outcomes –the learner will:Assessment Criteria –the learner can:1. Understand working relationships in health and social care settings.1.1 Explain roles and responsibilities in health and social care settings.1.2 Explain ways in which a working relationship is different from a personal relationship.1.3 Explain the role of regulators and advisors within health and social care.2. Understand the importance of adhering to the agreed scope of the job role.2.1 Explain why it is important to follow agreed ways of working.2.2 Describe how to access details of agreed ways of working2.3 Explain how to contribute to quality assurance processes to promote positive experiences for individuals receiving care.3. Understand the importance of partnership working in health and social care.3.1 Explain the benefits of working in partnership with others in the health and social care sector.3.2 Describe examples of best practice of health and social care services working together.3.3 Describe ways of working that can help improve partnership working.Guidance:You will summarise your findings in a portfolio of evidence to include a presentation with an accompanying report and a briefing report.The portfolio of evidence you produce should contain the proof that you have attained, and can apply, the knowledge, skills and behaviours defined in the required standard.Scenario:You are attending an interview for a role with a local Health Care Provider. As part of the interview process you have been asked to prepare a presentation and accompanying report to show that you understand about the roles and responsibilities involved in working in a wide range of health and social care settings.OTHM LEVEL 3 FOUNDATION DIPLOMA IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE | ASSIGNMENT BRIEFSASSIGNMENT BRIEFS | OCTOBER 2020 | WWW.OTHM.ORG.UK 6Task 1 of 2 – Presentation and Report (ACs 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3)Instructions:The following points need to be included when preparing the presentation and report:• Roles and responsibilities in health and social care settings.• Ways in which a working relationship is different from a personal relationship.• The role of regulators and advisors within health and social care.• Why it is important to follow agreed ways of working.• How to access details of agreed ways of working.• How to contribute to quality assurance processes to promote positive experiences for individuals receiving care.Delivery and Submission:• 1x Presentation file and speaker notes (500 words) and accompanying report –(1500 words) excluding diagrams, references, and appendices.Task 2 of 2 – Interview Notes (ACs 3.1, 3.2, 3.3) Instructions:To be prepared for the interview, draft notes that:• Explain the benefits of working in partnership with others in a Health and Social Care sector.• Describe examples of best practice of health and social care services working together.• Describe ways of working that can help improve partnership working.Delivery and Submission:• 1x Interview notes – 500 words excluding diagrams, references, and appendices.Referencing:• You should use and cite a range of academic and reliable sources.• A comprehensive Harvard style reference list must be included at the end of thePresentation file and speaker notes – 500 words• Accompanying Report – 1500 words• Interview notes – 500 word
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