• Nvq Level 3 Health & Social Care
    INCLUSION Inclusion is based upon the idea of allowing everyone equal access to a service regardless of gender, disability, religion etc. 1.2 Describe the potential effects of discrimination Discrimination happens when an individual is treated differently without justification. This can have negative...
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  • My Life
    Overcoming Exclusion through Inclusive Approaches in Education A CHALLENGE &A VISION Conceptual Paper Overcoming Exclusion through Inclusive Approaches in Education A CHALLENGE Conceptual Paper &A VISION United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Content UNESCO...
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  • Principles of diversity, equality and inclusion in adult social care settings
    Equality: Equality means to treat everyone with equal rights, choice and ensuring that their individual needs are met without being discriminatory. An example is Joe is a wheelchair user and you feel he needs help getting into a building using equality you would ask Joe does he require assistance rather than...
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  • Promote Equality and Inclusion in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Settings
    the variety of characteristics that make individuals unique in an atmosphere that promotes and celebrates individual and collective achievement. Examples of these characteristics are: age; cognitive style; culture; disability (mental, learning, physical); economic background; education; ethnicity; gender...
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  • Unit3
    Regulations 1997 • United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child • Health and Safety at Work Act 1974(HASAWA) E2 Describe how each piece of legislation will influence working practices in the setting. • Protection of Children Act 1999 (POCA) The purpose of the act is to “create a system for identifying...
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  • Equality, Diversity, Inclusion
    regardless of their characteristics. Equality includes any issues which could result in a less favorable treatment to an individual based on, for example a person’s disability, gender, age, sexual orientation, religion or beliefs. Inclusion: A human right for every individual. The aim of inclusion...
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  • Inclusion
    of ‘an inclusive school’ to involve, and what are its implications for you as an individual teacher? This essay examines the concept of inclusion and its current meaning for Scottish education. Initially, I will look at how the concept of inclusion is defined and the rationale for inclusive education...
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  • Unit 2 Cache Level 2 Coursework
    10/680 846 Unit 2- The developing child. D1- Describe the expected stage of social development of the children aged 4 years. The child at 4 years will start to develop a knowledge about different genders...
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  • Ptlls
    requirements and codes of practice relating to own role and responsibilities There are generic legislations and codes of practice related to your role as a teacher that will be regulated by external entities and the organizations you are employed by. The Code of Professional Practice (2008) outlines behaviours...
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  • Dpp Unit2
    CANDIDATE HANDBOOK CACHE Level 3 Diploma in Pre-school Practice CACHE Candidate Handbook CACHE Level 3 Diploma in Pre-school Practice Syllabus, Regulations and Assessment Materials (Centres have a Centre Information Pack which contains additional information) 5th edition © CACHE 2010 ...
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    Individual Learning Record – entry 1 Outcome of individual research into legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relating to own role and responsibilities (or potential role and responsibilities) (AC1.1) Research Source of evidence and date accessed ...
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  • What Is Inclusive Education and How Will This Shape Your Teaching Practice?
    What is inclusive education and how will this shape your teaching practice? 3142/7278EBL – Assignment 1 1 Introduction An inclusive education upholds the ideals of an equitable society where access to and successful participation in education are considered to be the right of every person in...
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  • Diversity in Childcare
    Unit 6: Promoting Children’s Rights P1- Describe the meaning of diversity in today’s society Diversity means to take into account and celebrate everyone’s differences. Each person is an individual and that should be honoured. Everyone looks different, has different views and opinions and is part of...
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  • Unit 1 Inclusive Practice
    requirements relating to inclusive practice and considered their implications 3) Describe what I consider to be the most significant barriers to learning for the adult learners I teach, and discuss what I and my organisation have done to overcome these barriers. 4) Describe the systems my organisation...
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  • qcf3 301
    each method, describe how effective it is at establishing the needs of the individual. Method How effective is this method 1.Asking the individuals 2.Observing the Individuals. 3.Seeking information from the individual's care plans,communication files,other professionals. Describe three factors...
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  • Level 4 Award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (Ptlls - City & Guilds 6302)
    subject area and context. Word count: 1200 words 1) Summarise key points from the following legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice that are relevant to your subject area. • a)The Equality Act 2010 i. What are the ‘protected characteristics’? ...
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  • Cache Level 3 Award, Level 3 Certificate and Level 3 Diploma in Child Care and Education
    Criteria Grading Criteria Guidance E1 Describe THREE (3) different types of settings which provide care and education for children in your area. This must include ONE (1) example from the: • Statutory sector • Voluntary sector • Private sector Describe how EACH of the types of settings identified...
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  • Unit 3
    is missing. For example: -Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001 -United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989 -Reporting of Injury, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995 (RIDDOR) -Children Act 1989 -Data Protection Act 1998 E2 Describe how each piece of...
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  • Cipd
    conationals and other international students than with UK students’. A lack of integration of international students has been written about previously. For example, it has been recorded (Otten 2003, 14) that ‘after a certain time abroad, many international students group in their national communities’. Otten also...
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  • unit 204
    individual based on their membership in a certain group or category. 1.2-DESCRIBE HOW DIRECT OR INDIRECT DISCRIMINATION MAY OCCUR IN THE WORK SETTING 1 Indirect Discrimination: Indirect discrimination occurs when policies and practices, which appear neutral or fair because they are applied to everyone,...
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