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How to Cope With Challenges

Participants are required to have their cameras on for an interactive experience.

Maximum of two people per screen.

Sessions are recorded for quality assurance purposes. They are only viewed by SCTS staff and deleted within 14 days.

All Microlearning courses are available for 6 weeks from date of enrolment.  After expiry they can be re-purchased if required.

How to Cope With Challenges



Through this course, we will explore why cultivating strong professional relationships in social care is absolutely essential.

Here are a some of the key reasons:

  • Client well-being: At the heart of social care lies building trust and rapport with clients. Strong relationships create a safe space for open communication, allowing clients to feel comfortable expressing their needs and concerns. This fosters better collaboration in care plans, leading to more effective interventions and improved well-being for clients.
  • Collaboration and Teamwork: Social care work often involves collaboration with various professionals, such as doctors, therapists, and family members. Strong relationships with colleagues ensure smoother information sharing, coordinated care plans, and a more holistic approach to supporting clients. Effective teamwork ultimately benefits the well-being of those receiving care.
  • Reduced Stress and Burnout: Strong relationships within the workplace provide invaluable support for social care staff. Having colleagues you can rely on for guidance, emotional support, and even humour can help manage stress and prevent burnout, a major challenge in the field.
  • Professional Development: A supportive and collaborative work environment fosters learning and growth. By building strong relationships with colleagues, social care professionals can share knowledge, learn from each other's experiences, and develop their professional skills more effectively.
  • Positive Work Environment: Strong professional relationships create a more positive and respectful work atmosphere. This can lead to increased job satisfaction, improved morale, and a lower staff turnover rate, all of which benefit the staff and the quality of care provided.

In conclusion, cultivating strong professional relationships in social care is not a luxury but a necessity. These relationships are the cornerstone of effective client care, a supportive work environment, and overall well-being for both staff and those they serve.

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This option is aimed at an audience with prior knowledge of the subject and isn’t suitable for.  Those that are new to the subject would be better with our standard course.

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These sessions can be accessed from a phone or laptop.

They are nothing like e-learning! The training is live and interactive. Participants can ask and answer questions just as they would in face-to-face training.