Engage in Personal Development

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Form 6

Candidate Performance Evidence Record for Holistic Assessment of Units

Use this form to record details of activities (tick as appropriate)
Observed by your assessor □ Assignments / Projects X
Seen by a witness □ Questions □
Candidate Reflective account □ Learner explanation □

Award: Level 3 Diploma _ CYPW 4227 - 03

Learner Name: Gemma Taylor Registration Number: XCW3950

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Unit No. | Learning Outcome | Ass. Criteria | 052 Engage in Personal Development in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Settings | 052 054 | 1 1 | 1 1 | Describe the duties and responsibilities of own work role My duties and responsibilities of my own work role as a practitioner is to provide supervision and care of young children. I am expected to engage children in play activities, plan simple lessons and organize outings. As a practitioner I am to provide a safe and comfortable temporary environment for young children, engaging them in play, taking part in age-appropriate activities, and teaching them basic social skills, personal hygiene and discipline. Often I will provide materials that offer educational opportunities. In more formal settings they create a structured environment that includes solitary play, group games and other social activities, artistic expression and quiet time. I supervise groups of children, usually within a limited age range 0-5. I create lesson plans and organize activities throughout the day. I will supervise indoor and outdoor play, engage with children one-on-one and teach a variety of basic skills. In my job role I respect confidentiality and respect diversity. I access and identify the children's needs such as supporting children with special educational needs and supporting bilingual children. I access training regularly to update my training and skills such as safeguard training and first aid. I keep up to date with changes to practice such as legislation. I would receive yearly appraisals to review own work practice to see where my strengths and weaknesses are. I follow my settings policies and procedures such as behaviour, child protection and health and safety. I implement infection control around my setting and I carry out risk assessments to ensure the children's safety. | 052 054 | 1 1 | 2 1 | Explain expectations about own work role as expressed in relevant standards. Expectations in my work role is to express relevant standards such as codes of practice, regulations, minimum standards and national occupational standards. National occupational standards are statements of the skills, knowledge and understanding needed in employment and clearly define the outcomes of competent performance. National occupational standards are not training courses or programmes of study, but state what are considered to be critical aspects of competence at work, and balance innovation and established best practice. Competence includes both skills and knowledge and understanding. Standards must be flexible enough to accommodate changes in future skills needed. The needs, rights and views of the child are at the center of all practice and provision. I include this standard in my work role by: Individuality, difference and diversity are valued and celebrated Equality of opportunity and anti-discriminatory practice are actively promoted Children’s health and well-being are actively promoted Children’s personal and physical safety is safeguarded, whilst allowing for risk and challenge as appropriate to the capabilities of the child 6. Self-esteem, resilience and a positive self-image are recognized as essential every child’s development 7. Confidentiality and agreements about confidential information are respect as appropriate unless a child’s protection and well-being are at stake 8. Professional...
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