1.1 An Explanation of each of the areas of learning and how these are interdependent.
The EYFS sets the standards for children when they are aged 0-5. It sets out learning and development requirements, assessments and the safeguarding and welfare requirements. All schools, child minders, preschools...
Task 1 Direct Observation and Professional discussion
Assessment Criteria (Unit 13)
1.3 explain how the documentedoutcomes are assessed and recorded
2.2 engage effectively with children to encourage the child’s participation and involvement in planning their own learning...
The learner will:
The learner can:
e.g. page number & method
Initial and date
Learning outcomes 2, 3 and 4 must be assessed in real work environments by a qualified vocationally...
to review the purpose statement and intended outcomes of the project being evaluated.
Gathering: gather the in corrections, assess this closely and identify whether it is a reoccurrence, easy mistake, or if the documentation standards were clear as to how the document must be set out.
Section 1: General introduction About this Qualification Specification How the qualification works Understanding learning outcomes Making use of the CACHE websites
The Public Website The Centre Secure Website
5 6 6 7 8
Section 2: About this...
provides detailed guidance on the use of the documentation, including the way in which the forms should be completed for the preparation of a well-documented audit file.
The A section should contain the final draft of the accounts and all subsequent journals, up to the final accounts....
Every student at Village Academy is required to complete a four-year Capstone Project
which culminates in a documented research project that demonstrates thorough
knowledge, experience, and the benefits to others. The tenets of the Capstone are as
follows: it is...
principles and requirements of assessment
Understand the principles and requirements of assessment.
What is assessment ? |
Initially learners are assessed for suitability.Evidence is gathered to provide this information, for example: drivers licence, criminal records bureau disclosure, medical certificate...
analyse information and explore ideas to develop their research
4. develop specific knowledge and skills
5. produce and substantiate a research outcome
6. evaluate their research.
These learning requirements form the basis of the learning scope and assessment requirements of this subject.
to start thinking about the processes and outcomes they want to use and achieve through their program. They need to find the best ways to run their program that follows their mission and produces outcomes that help support that same mission. Process and outcome evaluations in a human service setting help...
Area to develop and
implement an effective Quality Assurance system that demonstrates consistent
repetition of good performance using a system of documented procedures, which are
known, understood and operated by all personnel.
Mayo, Sligo and Leitrim E.T.B.- Mayo Area’s QA system demonstrates our capacity
limits to be set , they enjoy helping others. Often make friends but need a hand in resolving situations. They will learn a lot about the world and how it works , about people and relationships and develop understanding of rules. Seven to twelve years of age, Children start...
CU1534 – Promote learning and Development in the Early Years
1.1 Explain each of the areas of learning and development and how these are interdependent
Personal, social and emotional development
areas of learning and development and how these are interdependent
There are seven areas of learning and developments are for the children aged 0-5 years in the early years framework which are the:
* Personal, Social and Emotional Development
The way how children we can see develop their...
a community based early years setting
CYPOP 4: Promote young children’s physical activity and movement skills
CYPOP 5: Understand how to set up a home based child care service
CYPOP 6: Support disabled children and young people and those with specific requirements
project participants and external entities. The project charter lays the groundwork for informed decisions and planning regarding projection direction, outcomes and delivery.
Define the objectives of the project as they relate to the goals and objectives of the organization along the following...
organisations following predefined levels of standards in their processes and operation. But what are standards? How are they useful to an organisations business performance? Standards are documented technical specifications and other defined benchmarks. These specifications are applied as a set of regulations...
Holistic means looking at a situation as a whole and not just part of it. The holistic approach is paramount in driving forward the way service users are assessed and implementing the planning for a robust care and support package.
Firstly we need to look at what the holistic approach is.
The word holistic...