What we as an individual bring to Hendercare as skills. What kind g of training have we had, and how also is we are in a certain situation that may cause harm or worse, or how would we deal with that. Question could be a resident would like to do swimming program, and how would you see around that? I always follow polices, and procedures, and read resident care plan, and health plan and program, what that resident is capable of in the pool. Look at different pools adequate for the resident and adequate equipment is supplied or maybe Hendercare can provide equipment for the resident so they can have what they wish and outcome. The always document how the session went and is their funds for the resident at Hendercare can power swimming twice or 3 times a week, and central depending if this is what the resident would like. The Also looking at OH&S issues they may harm the resident as your duty of care. Also it would be lovely the resident makes knew friends, and this should be encouraged.
After applying online, I was contacted by the HR consultant who asked me several questions to verify my CV, experience, qualifications and experience. Soon after I attended an 1:1 face-to-face interview which felt relaxed. I was asked a range of questions about my experience and capacity to care for children and youth in at-risk situations. At the conclusion I was advised that I could proceed on to the next stage once I had successfully obtained a DCSI clearance for working with children.
Easy straight to the point, if all requirement are there.