Professional Boundaries

Overview

Maintaining a positive, friendly working relationship at a professional distance can be a tricky balance, particularly in a world where we are encouraged to freely share personal information in the public domain. This course will give you confidence to work safely and effectively to keep you and your service users safe and secure.

We’ll cover:

  • Identifying what is meant by professional boundaries
  • Understanding why they are important for service users, staff and organisations
  • Maintaining a healthy balance between personal and professional life including use of social media
  • Identifying where boundaries may become blurred or violated
  • Knowing where to go if you need help

Benefits to you

You will be equipped with the knowledge and confidence to work safely and effectively with all clients maintaining a positive, friendly working relationship at a professional distance.

Course Location

Location
Community360
Winsley's House, High Street,
Colchester,
Essex,
CO1 1UG

Location Notes

Central Colchester, at bottom of High Street/top of East Hill. Opposite The Minories art gallery and FirstSite. Look for a white building with dark blue doors. Please be advised that this location has differing floor levels.

Nearest car park is Greyfriars Car Park off Castle Road & Roman Road which is a privately run car park. For other car parks and public transport see this page. Cheapest all day car park for delegates arriving before 9am is NCP in Osbourne Street.

Date/Time
13 March 2020
9:30 am - 1:00 pm

Categories

Bookings

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Ticket TypePriceSpaces
Statutory and Commercial Organisations£120.00
Voluntary and community organisations, towns and parish councils and CICs with less than £100,000 income pa£45.00
Voluntary and community organisations, towns and parish councils and CICs with over £500,000 income pa£95.00
Voluntary and community organisations, towns and parish councils and CICs with £100,000 - £500,000 income pa£70.00