Regardless of their position within an organisation, all staff need to understand their responsibilities in terms of reporting and recording. Unreported concerns, missing, or incorrect records can have very serious implications.
When, what and how to report and record is at the heart of the course. Every person, at one point or the other needs to be able to identify significant information; record it in a way that maintains the best principles of record keeping.
As a delegate you will be able to benchmark your records management procedures against current data protection legislation, instil a more effective records management culture within your organisation or team, learn how to digitalise records, and design a thorough retention toolkit.
KHDA (Knowledge and Human Development Authority), Govt. of Dubai
- Reporting & recording – key principles
- Embracing the need for records Vs time allocated to care
- Why & what to report & record
- Defining records used within a care setting
- Presenting information
- How to report & record
- Who are the records for?
- “Keeping it safe”
- Maintaining records
- Explain why it is important to maintain the records and documents
- Understand your responsibilities for maintaining the records
- Understand the legal requirements for record keeping
- For how long you should keep the official records
- Understand how the Data Protection Act applies to your practice
- Records maintaining as per UAE Labour Laws
Who should attend?
- Administrative professionals
- HR Executives
- Personal Executives
- Anyone who handles official documentation