The focus of the assessment for this unit is on self-management skills. However, it is expected that the underpinning teaching and learning will help develop learners’ knowledge and understanding
• effective self-management in a work context
• the impact of an individual’s ability to self-manage on themselves and others at work
To help learners develop the skills to manage themselves effectively in a work setting.
Unit Learning Outcomes
Be able to demonstrate good time-keeping.
Organise own time to complete tasks to given deadlines.
Comply with relevant guidelines or codes of conduct for time-keeping.
Be able to work in an organised manner.
Meet workplace expectations in relation to tidiness or orderliness.
Equip self appropriately for work setting and/or specific work tasks.
Be able to manage own feelings and behaviours.
Manage emotions in a way that is appropriate to the situation.
Identify appropriate sources of help for managing emotions so that they do not interfere with effectiveness at work.
Be able to review own self-management skills.
Outline positive and negative aspects of own self-management.
Identify ways to improve own self-management.