What are the place and the stakes of IT and digital in the home help profession? Find out by watching the introductory video below.
In order to guarantee the quality of care and the safety of the beneficiaries, this sequence aims to make you aware of the importance of an appropriate posture in unusual or even emergency situations. As this skill only makes sense in a situation, the contents of the four levels propose to illustrate the posture to be adopted by examples of unforeseen situations encountered at home.
Thus, it is composed of four levels that progressively address elements related to hazard management, from the simple identification of a hazard or problem (level 1) to the adoption of a preventive attitude that avoids the occurrence of a difficulty (level 4). The expectations for each level are as follows:
|Level 1 : « identify and report a problem»
|Level 2 : « adapt their behaviour in unusual situations»
|Level 3 : « make proposals for adjustments to the problem»
|Level 4 : « adopt a preventive stance with regard to the risks identified»||
At each level, a validation exercise will measure the ability to react in context and move on to the next level. At the end of the last level, you will be given a badge, which will testify to the success of the activities proposed in this sequence dedicated to hazard management.
Good navigation and good luck!
In the video below you will discover why the skill “Manage information” is at the heart of the home helper profession.
In the following video you will see:
- the various levels of skill #5
- the objective of each level
- information about assessment
6 courses are available all along this skill:
1. biologiCAL RISKS
2. FIRE RISK
5. TRAVEL RISKS
6. Musculoskeletal disorders
What does it mean “to be organised” for a home helper?
Discover it by viewing the introduction video below:
Here is how to organise yourself in a general way:
Maintaining the accommodation, helping with the toilet, preparing meals and getting someone up are activities inherent in the profession of home help.
Watch the 4 courses below, they will explain how to do these activities well.
3. Meal preparation:
Communication is at the heart of our lives, professional or personal. Being able to communicate in writing is a necessary skill in many professional sectors. It is therefore a transversal skill in the sense that it can be mobilized in different professional situations and concern several trades. Transmissions, note taking, support in the acts of daily life (writing letters, shopping list…), writing is part of the practice of home help professionals.
To work on skill # 2, start by viewing the introductory course below:
Then you have to work on the different levels. Each level is made up of courses and exercises allowing you to apply and take ownership of the course content. At the end of each level, a validation exercise will allow you to test your mastery of the contents covered and to access the next level.
At the end of the third level, a badge will be allocated to you, which will testify to the success of the activities proposed in this sequence.
Good navigation and good luck!