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Knowledge, Skills and Confidence Audit

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The Knowledge, Skills and Confidence Audit has been designed so that data can be collected from each domiciliary care representative around their abilities across sixteen key areas of end of life care.  The audit should assist in preparing feedback to the representative and in developing reports to evaluate the implementation of the Six Steps to Sucess Programme.   There are several audit tools which support collation and analysis of the data.

Knowledge, Skills and Confidence Analysis Audit Tool Guidance (Individual and Cohort)

This document provides an overview of the Knowledge, Skills and Confidence Audit which is undertaken by each representative from the organisation at the beginning and end of the programme.   The document also contains instructions on how to use the analysis audit tool which has been developed to support the collection and analysis of the audit results.

Knowledge, Skills and Confidence Audit Tool Pre Programme - paper version

Knowledge, Skills and Confidence Audit Tool Post Programme - paper version

The two documents above are the pre and post programme parts of the audit tool in a format which can be printed and completed by hand.

Knowledge, Skills and Confidence Audit Analysis Tool (Individual)

This spreadsheet allows data entry of the information collated from the pre programme and post programme Knowledge, Skills and Confidence Audit (paper copy).  Once the data is entered the tool will analyse and produce graphs for feedback for each individual.  Information about the use of this tool can be found in the Knowledge, Skills and Confidence Analysis Audit Tool Guidance above.

Knowledge, Skills and Confidence Audit Analysis Tool (Cohort)

This spreadsheet will allow you to use the data collected from multiple domiciliary care representatives in the Knowledge, Skills and Confidence Audit Analysis Tool to quickly analyse a cohort of domiciliary care representatives to give an indication of how the cohort has developed over the course of the programme.   This tool will use averages to analyse the knowledge, skills and confidence of cohorts.