Adult Social Care training and development - Critically Reflective Practice


Siobhan Maclean

Kirwin Maclean

21st June 2021

2nd December 2021

Course details

Course aim and outcomes:

To explore the vital importance of critical reflective practice.

At the end of the session, you will be able to understand:

  • The What? Why? How? Framework
  • The stages, steps, spaces and structures of reflection
  • The importance of reflection both for practice and self-care
  • The concept of moral injury and mitigating the impact of this
  • The use of different thinking styles in practice

Course length

To be confirmed

Knowledge and Skills Framework

Mental capacity (5)   Effective Assessments and outcome based support planning (6)  Supervision, Critical reflection and analysis (8)

Professional Capability Framework

Knowledge: Apply knowledge of social sciences, law and social work practice theory (5) Critical Reflection and Analysis: Apply critical reflection and analysis to inform and provide rationale for professional decision making (6)

Target group

Social Workers and Social Care Practitioners.


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