Date & Time of Course
- 12 February, 2021
9:30 am - 1:00 pm
In our work with vulnerable adults and young people, professional boundaries are essential to providing a safe and responsible environment.
We are often working on a deep level with clients and we have a responsibility to ensure that our help and support does not damage or alienate. Working with difficult issues can be stressful and emotionally challenging and professional boundaries also help us to manage ourselves and our emotional wellbeing.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought about new challenges for how we can best support and work with clients and with many of us working remotely, we also need to consider how this may impact on our ability to maintain professional and healthy relationships during this time.
This course will enable you to:
- increase responsibility and awareness of professional boundaries
- understand the difference between personal and professional behaviours
- clearly define what constitutes unprofessional behaviour
- increase awareness and understanding of vulnerabilities and risk factors
- understand the limits of confidentiality
- describe good practice and reflect on your own practice
- apply techniques to create and maintain healthy professional boundaries
- understand appropriate action to take if a breach to a professional boundary occurs
Who should attend?
Suitable for all staff working with vulnerable adults and young people
This course will be delivered over 1 session: 12 February 2021. This online course will not be recorded.
The trainer was extremely knowledgeable on the subject and very engaging.
This course is also available in-house. Prices start from £375 for up to 14 people to be delivered online. This can be a cost-effective way of training staff and can be tailored to best meet the needs of your organisation.
Please contact the Learning & Development Team for further assistance firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01273 645420