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Skillsfirst Awards

Level 2 Award in Employment Responsibilities and Rights in Health, Social Care, Children and Young People's Settings (QCF)

Learner Assignment and Assessment Record

General Information for Learners
Q) Do I have to pass this assignment?
A) Yes. You must pass this assignment to achieve the full qualification. Q) What help will I get?
A) Your tutor will help you when completing the Skillsfirst model assignment and will make sure that you know what resources/facilities you need and are allowed to use. Q) What if I don’t understand something?

A) It is your responsibility to read the assignment carefully and make sure you understand what you need to do and what you should hand in. If you are not sure, check with your tutor. Q) Can I copy other people’s work?

A) No. The work that you produce must be your own work and you will be asked to sign a declaration to say that the work is your own. You should never copy the work of other learners or allow others to copy your work. Any information that you use from other sources, e.g. books, newspapers, professional journals, the Internet, must be clearly identified and not presented as your own work. Q) Can I work in a group?

A) Yes. However, if you work in a group at any stage you must still produce work that shows your individual contribution. Q) How should I present my work?
A) You can present your work in a variety of ways, e.g. hand-written, word-processed, on video. However, what you choose should be appropriate to the task(s). For some work, e.g. presentations, coaching sessions, role-play, work experience, you will need to provide proof that you completed the task(s). A witness statement or observation sheet could be used for this. If you are unsure, check with your tutor. Q) When I have finished, what do I need to hand in?

A) You need to hand in the work that you have completed for each task. Do not include any draft work or handouts unless these are asked for. When you hand in your work make sure that it is labelled, titled and in the correct order for assessing. Q) How will my work be assessed?

A) Your work will be assessed by an assessor in your centre. The assessor will assess the work using the assessment criteria and the grade descriptors in the qualification specification.

Employment Responsibilities and Rights
You are an employee who has been asked to complete the following assignment to produce information about:

the statutory responsibilities and rights of employees and employers within your own area of work agreed ways of working that protect your own relationship with the employer how your own role fits within the wider context of the sector the career pathways available within your own and related sectors issues of public concern and how they may affect the image and delivery of services in the sector As preparation for this assignment you could use your own setting or visit a similar or different setting, to help you gather primary evidence for this assignment. This will help you to talk with other care staff who are working in the sector, and will give you the opportunity to collect information that links theory to practice. You should remember that some of the information you see and hear will be confidential and you must get permission to use it. Names should also be changed to maintain confidentiality. Tasks

Task 1: Know the statutory responsibilities and rights of employees and employers within own area of work Assessment Criteria 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4 are assessed in this task. |

You have been asked to produce information about the statutory responsibilities and rights of employees and employers within your own area of work. For the first part of this task (AC1.1) you must identify, by producing a list, four aspects of employment covered by law. For example, Health and Safety at Work Act, The Disability Discrimination Act and The Data Protection Act could be considered. You might also...
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