Outcomes The learner will: 6 Know how to access additional advice or supportaboutfoodsafety
Assessment Criteria The learner can: 6.1 Identify sources of information aboutfoodsafety 6.2 Describehow to accessadvice and supportaboutownrole in maintainingfoodsafetywhenprovidingfood and...
1 Understand how duty of care contributes to safe practise.
1.1 Explain what is means to have a duty of care in own work role,
Duty of care means providing care and support for individuals within the law and also within the policies and procedures, and agreed way of working with your employer...
1.2 Explain expectations aboutown work role as expressed in relevant standards.
3.2 Demonstrate how to maintain secure recording and storage systems for information:
4.2 Explain the importance of engaging with a child to support...
listening, respecting cultural differences.
3. Know how to access information, advice
and supportabout diversity, equality,
inclusion and discrimination
Describehow to interact with individuals in an
Describehow and when to access information,
advice and supportabout...
improve my service delivery and assess how i perform my role. There are 2 types of reflection :
-reflection 'in action' – assessing the situation as it happens whilst i was there
-reflection 'on action' – when i think about what has happened after the event.
3.1 Identify sources of support for own...
should be able to receive information aboutfoodsafety from your manager, supervisor, and colleagues.
6.4. Describehow to accessadvice and supportaboutownrole in maintainingfoodsafetywhenprovidingfood and drink for individualsWhenprovidingfood for individuals I always ask...
Criteria specify the level of performance required to demonstrate achievement of the Element. Terms in italics are elaborated in the Range Statement
1. Plan food and drink provision
1.1 Within scope of own work role, ensure children are provided with food and drink consistent with current...
Based on organising the preparation and layout of a food and drink service operation for real customers.
Videos or role plays of providingfood and drink service.
Learners work alongside staff in their own institution providingfood and drink service – receive feedback.
4. Describehow representative bodies can support employees.
One of representative bodies that can support employees is a Trade Union.
A trade union is an organisation made up of members (a membership-based organisation) and its membership must be made up...
- FoodSafety Education
- Foodsafety training
- Research and development
Q2 – Describehow to access and supportaboutownrole in maintainingfoodsafetywhenprovidingfood and drink for individuals.
- Talking to teacher or...
unemployment, poverty and explain why these have an impact on family life. Describe the value of play for children and the role of parents in supporting play, eg recognising the value, providing appropriate toys, encouraging choice. Suggest examples of age related resources and toys. Write abouthow good...
Describehow to access guidance information and adviceabout handling information in your line of work
ineffective or insufficiently trained management
unclear job roles
poor work environment
lack of equal opportunities
bullying and harassment...
appendix to this policy and procedures.
8. Identify sources of information and adviceaboutownrole in safeguarding and protecting individuals.
There are current and relevant sources of information available in the form of websites, leaflets, and these publications include working together to...
their own preferences, wishes and needs. You will find out about these by reading individuals’ care and support plans as well as communicating with them when you are together. It is important that you follow care and support plans and understand and respect what the individuals you work with say they...
employees and the public Providing a safe environment for all. Duties of the individual (someone requiring care or support) To comply with health and safety instructions and procedures To take reasonable care of their own health and safety and the safety of others. 1.4 What you can and cannot do in...
atmosphere can be created as parents and carers 'hand over' their child to their key person.
• ensuring their safety on departure
In my sitting I have a policy about correct procedure for when parents and carers come to collect their child. Again, a record must be kept so that it is clear which...
concerns responding appropriately and work to resolve conflicts if consent cannot be established. Seeking extra support and advice where necessary.
2.3 Undertake assessments within the boundaries of ownrole
As a social care manager I should be qualified and meeting the requirement of the CSSIW to...