knowledge of discriminatorypractice and means of combatting
this. They will also develop understanding of national initiatives that promote anti-discriminatorypractice in
health and social care settings.
At the heart of effective health and social care practice lies an understanding...
M2,D1 Unit 2 Equality diversity and rights in health and social care M2 Assess the influence of a recent national policy initiativepromotingantidiscriminatorypracticeD1Evaluate the success of a recentinitiative in promotinganti-discriminatorypractice In this criterion there will be an...
M2 - Assess the influence of a recent national policy initiativepromotinganti-discriminatorypractice
The Human Rights Act applies to everyone within the country as it makes sure everyone is treated the same but it could be in different ways. This act allows students to have freedom of thought and...
expected to use your initiative, but you won’t be expected to remember everything on your first day. If you are unsure about anything please ask questions – and if you find it useful, take notes.
Listen carefully to service users.
Make sure you take your professional practice file with you each...
* An explanation of how national initiatives promote anti-discriminatorypractice (P4)
* A description of how ant-discriminatorypractice is promoted in health and social care (P5)
* An assessment of the influence of a recent national...
operation of health and social care services. The unit explores discriminatorypractice and its potential effects on patients/service users; the promotion of antidiscriminatorypractice by, for example, legislation and codes of practice, and the application of this to the health or social care workplace...
Health and social care Btec Level 3 psychology
Introduction of anti discrimination
Anti- discrimination practice believe that they have a job and duty to calculate discrimination and they also believe on people’s rights to be respected in relation to their age, gender, sexuality, disability, religious...
national initiatives promote anti-discriminatorypractice. I am going to explain an assessment of the influences of a recent national policy initiativepromotinganti-discriminatorypractice in health and social care settings. Then I am going to evaluate the success of a recentinitiative in promoting anti-discriminatory...
are more likely to develop good relationships with colleagues and children if they are able to demonstrate professional standards.
“Professional practice is the skills that will be required of you to develop in order to work effectively with children. These include understanding your role and responsibilities...
Unit code: QCF Level 3: Credit value:
Safeguarding Adults and Promoting Independence
K/600/8963 BTEC Nationals 10
Guided learning hours: 60
Aim and purpose
This unit aims to enable learners to be aware of different types of abuse and to understand why this may happen. They will be...
OCR LEVEL 3
PROMOTING HEALTH EDUCATION
LEVEL 3 UNIT 15
GUIDED LEARNING HOURS: 60
UNIT CREDIT VALUE: 10
PROMOTING HEALTH EDUCATION
LEVEL 3 UNIT 15
AIM OF THE UNIT
PURPOSE OF THE UNIT
the Declaration of Commitment
Long-term success in responding to the HIV epidemic will require sustained progress in
addressing human rights violations, gender inequality, stigma, and discrimination...
P4- There is a variety of national initiatives which promote anti-discriminatorypractices:
Some of these practices are provisions relating to, European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms 1950, Sex Discrimination Act 1975, Mental Health Act 1983, Mental Health (Northern Ireland) Order...
Appraisals give staff an opportunity to improve and to work more effectively in the team. Through appraisals we can maximise our skills and work to best practice.
Without appraisal staff will:
Lose sight of our aims and objectives
Suffer from lower moral
social responsibility and operate to higher levels of ethics. Firms in developed nations now promote, and are often required by law to observe non-discriminatory policies for the hiring, treatment, and pay of all employees.
Some companies are also now more aware of the economic and social benefits of being...
Approaches to equity/anti-discrimination in employment policy .................................... 2 3. Barriers to achieving equity in employment policy ........................................................ 3 Evidence on Links Between Achieving Equal Opportunities in Employment Practice, Staffing Costs...
have changed ways of thinking about inclusive practice and the implications of this on legislation and policy making.
The researcher will demonstrate a critical appreciation of the requirements of the law in relation to work practice and to evaluate how early year’s settings can accommodate a wide...
Non-State Actors 42
5 Legal Framework and Enforcement Mechanism 54
6 Monitoring and Evaluation 55
7 Financing of National Cohesion and Integration Initiatives 57
8 Policy Review 58
Abbreviations and Acronyms
ASAL Arid and Semi Arid Land
CBO Community-Based Organization
CEWS Conflict Early...