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  • explain how practitioners can take steps to protect themselves within their everyday practice in the work setting

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  • Principles of safe supervision of children in the home based setting and off site

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  • How Can Students Take Control Of Their Lives

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  • 4.1 Explain how a work setting can encourage children and young people’s positive behaviour

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  • 6 Steps India Can Take to Help Rape Victims

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  • How Current Theoriesbof Paly Can Inform Practice

    each area needs to connect in order for the child to develop. These three main areas of child development involve developmental changes which...

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  • Describe and Discuss Ethical Frameworks Within Which Counselling and Therapeutic Practitioners Work. Include Justification for Observing Codes of Conduct and How Professionalism Is Maintained.

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  • Examination mal-practices and how they can be curbed.

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  • How small groups can be made to work

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