SUPPORT WORKER Interview Questions & Answers!

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If you want to become a support worker you will need to PASS an interview. During the interview, you will be asked a series of questions that assess you motivations for wanting to work within the care sector, and also the skills, qualities and experience you have that will enable you to perform within the role. This video is suitable for all care worker positions, including jobs within the NHS:
– Mental health support worker;
– NHS support worker interview questions;
– Children’s residential support worker interview questions;
– Family support worker interview questions.

In this video, Richard McMunn covers the following:
– Sample Support Worker interview questions;
– Suggested ANSWERS to help you prepare for, and PASS, your Support Worker interview;
– The QUALITIES you MUST demonstrate during your Support Worker interview;
– Further resources to help you PASS your interview!

Q1. Tell me about yourself and why you want to become a Support Worker?
Q2. Why do you want to work for our organization as a Support Worker?
Q3. How would you prioritise your workload as a Support Worker?
Q4. A nurse asks you to give some medication to a patient. What would you do?
Q5. What are your strengths and weaknesses?
Q6. How would you maintain somebody’s dignity when carrying out personal care?
Q7. Tell me what you understand about safeguarding?
Q8. Give me an example of when you have either cared for or supported a client, patient or family member?
Q9. Give me an example of when you had to alter your style of communication to get your message across to someone else?
Q10. Tell me how you’d deal with an upset or confused patient or client who was in your care?
Q11. What qualities do you possess that will make you a good Support Worker?
Q12. Give me a specific example of when you demonstrated a total commitment to quality of care?
Q13. Tell me how’d you carry out a client needs assessment?
Q14. What would you do if you didn’t get on with someone in the support worker or wider organisational team?
Q15. Tell me about a time when you worked as part of a team to complete a task?
Q16. Tell me why you think you’ll excel working in the Support Worker role?
Q17. Talk me through a stressful situation at work you’ve previously been in and how you handled it?
Q18. Where do you see yourself in 5 years’ time?
Q19. Your Support Worker interview has now come to an end. Do you have any questions for the panel?

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