legislation, policy and practicewhenworking with individuals, carers and families in times of crisis Assessment criteria The learner can: 1.1 Describe current legislation relevant to risk assessment and risk management 1.2 Describelegislation, policy and practice relating to the recording, storing and...
, storing and sharing of information by
a service provider
Describe current legislation relevant to risk
assessment and risk management
legislation, policy and
with individuals, carers
and families in times of
Principles. Learning outcomes 2, 3 and 4 must be assessed in a real work environment. This unit is aimed at health & social care workers working with individuals and their carers and families The learner will:
1. Understand relevant legislation, policy and practicewhenworking...
achievement describehow changes in circumstances or needs may affect action planning and review outline the benefits of identifying broader learning and development needs identify the importance of working towards reducing frequency of the contact describe skills and methods used to manage the ending of the...
range 0-19 years and describeshow expected and unexpected transitions may affect children and young people’s development the difficulties that might occur.
Unit 202 Safeguarding the welfare of children and young people
Outcome 1 Know about the legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures...
2.3 Describehow own beliefs, culture, values and preferences may affectworkingpractice
Cultural competence refers to an ability to interact effectively with people of different cultures, particularly in the context of human resources, non-profit organisations, and government...
provided to individuals to
manage their behaviour
Describehowlegislationaffectspolicy and practicewhenworking with individuals to manage their
behaviourDescribe the methods and approaches available to
help an individual change their behaviour
be in their best interests. In such situations
legislation and professional codes of practice can provide valuable guidance. You also
needs to consider the following ethical points when dealing with moral dilemmas:
Whenworking with vulnerable individuals, all health and social care...
skills are lacking, this also leads some managers to manage by bullying to get the job done (Edwards & O’Connell, 2007).
Topic 3: Covert
Omari (2003), describe Covert as a behaviour that undermines, treats less favourably or disempowers others people, for example unreasonably overloading new nurses...
develop your own practice, give strategies and your own way of implementing and developing skills.
D1 - Describehow safe workingpractices within a school can protect pupils AND adults
All education staff are accountable for the way in which they exercise authority; manage risk; use...
children and young people’s
access are overcome.
4.2. Explain the importance of
evaluating and challenging
existing practice and becoming
an agent of change.
4.3. Explain how and when to use
policies and procedures to
abusive or oppressive
experience of an individual’s dementia may impact on carers describehow current legislation, government policy and agreed ways of working support inclusive practice for dementia care and support describe the ways in which an individual with dementia may be subjected to discrimination and oppression...
responsibilities when providing a home for
how to deal with and challenge discrimination when
providing a home for individualsLegislation and organisational policy and procedures
codes of practice and conduct, and standards and
guidance relevant to your own and the...
E1/E2 – Five pieces of current legislation and how they influence the workingpractice in the setting.
Children Act 2004
The child act 2004 set out the national framework for delivering children’s services, and identifies the Every Child Matters five outcomes for children and young people, which...
and positioning of an individual
Understand legislation and agreed ways of workingwhen moving and positioning individuals
2.1 Describehowlegislation and agreed ways of workingaffectworkingpractices related to moving and positioning individuals 2.2 Describe what health and safety...
incorporate legislation relating to equality, diversity and discrimination into their policies and procedures. Workplace procedures dictate best practice regarding how work activities must be carried out, and they must be followed. Anything else would be a contravention of the law, and be breaching an...
processes in promoting equality, diversity and inclusion in own area of responsibility
It promotes equality of opportunity for all, giving every individual the chance to achieve their potential, free from prejudice and discrimination. Whenpolicies, codes of practice and legislation are obeyed, they...
different countries or diverse cultures, how to apply them in relation to your work and where to
get further information and advice about them. (For example equality legislation, company policies and
values, codes of practice.)
National Occupational Standards for Intercultural Working:
framework for working with children and young people in social care work settings.
1.1. Explain how current and relevant legislation and policyaffects work with children and young people.
1.2. Describe the impact of social care standards and codes of practice on work with children and...