promote inclusion in all school settings. Therefore, we should encourage good practices that will help to achieve this main principle of inclusion.
Our own attitudes, values and behaviour could be fundamental to achieve this goal. The policies and procedures are in schools to be taken and we should show...
Principles of diversity, equality and inclusion in adult social care settings.
* Diversity is essentially another word for different, it recognises that people are different and unique in many ways such as, personal characteristics, background, culture, personality, race, disability...
Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Services (England
Unit CU 2943
Champion Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
YOUR ANSWERS MUST BE YOUR OWN WORK. If you wish to introduce other sources of information, this must be referenced
in your area.
Introduction: There are different types of childcare settings for example statutory, voluntary and private.
Statutory - This service has to be available by the government or local authorities. An example of a statutory setting in my area is Ravenstone Primary School.
Voluntary – This...
Managing Diversity |
Sexual Orientation in the Workplace |
I am looking at what managing diversity is about, why and when it emerged and what problems and issues it is supposed to address. I will be investigating into sexual orientation in the workplace and will be looking through history...
importance of promoting equality and diversity in work with children and young people
TDA24-1-1 Identify the current legislation and codes of practice relevant to the promotion of equality and valuing of diversity.
It is essential that every school must produce a range of policies which formally sets out...
Women’s Empowerment Principles Equality Means Business
A joint initiative of the UNIFEM and UN Global Compact
Women’s Empowerment Principles in Brief
1. Establish high‐level corporate leadership for gender equality. 2. Treat all women and men fairly at work – respect and support human rights and ...
2010/13. This fits within established
international, EU and UK commitments to sustainable development as an overarching strategic
objective of public policy.
VisitScotland’s Sustainable Tourism Strategy 2010 - 2015 provides a clear rationale and plan for
delivering our aspirations for sustainable tourism...
1) Explain what is meant by:
Diversity - Diversity recognises that people that are different and unique in many ways. It is about embracing and valuing these differences. Factors such as race, culture, gender, religion, sexuality all play a part in a person’s individuality and by recognising...
Throughout this paper I aim to reflect upon a particular incident, with relation to equality of opportunity and diversity within my workplace. Therefore I strive to describe specific issues and highlight the United Bristol Healthcare Trust (UBHT) responsibilities along side the rights and responsibilities...
must be allowed discretion in
Model of Law Enforcement
Crime Control Orientation
• Preventing criminal conduct is the most important
function of law enforcement.
• Failure of law enforcement means the breakdown of
• Criminal process is the positive...
TDA 2.4 Equality, diversity & inclusion in work with children & young people
This unit focuses on the importance of promoting equality and diversity in all aspects of work with children and young people. You will explore how prejudice and discrimination impacts on individuals and groups in a school...
legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relating to own role and responsibilities
There is certain legislation that has an affect on how I conduct myself in class with my students as well as ensuring that my class in return also conduct themselves accordingly.
At present there...
limitation to this role of the teacher. In addition assessment should be designed according to the subject matter, learning style of the learners and policies of the award provider.
After the course has been planned, delivered and assessed it is the role of the teacher to reflect and evaluate the course...
standard of the reasonable person
I know what must be done to ensure that the service can be provided safely
I keep accurate records as appropriate
I protect confidential information except where it conflicts with public interest or safety.
Every health worker has a duty of care not just towards clients...
sailor with the U.S. Navy. As a future manager, equality, honesty, and accountability are the values that will allow me encourage my people to perform at the highest possible level. A better quality of living for others is a vision that will encourage me to fight for fair benefits and recognition for...
responsibilities of the employee and employer
1. Identify four main points that would be included in a contract of employment. If possible, use an example contract to support your answer (feel free to obscure any confidential information).
• Name of the company that the new employee will be working...
Question 1 1.1 1.2 1.3
1.1- Diversity means the difference between people and the values and beliefs that they have, there is lots of ways in which people differ, for example, ability, beliefs, race, religion, gender, culture, the differences in people are what makes an individual and as a care worker...
deontology and utilitarianism in the formulation of their laws and social policies. For example, in the United States the cost benefit analysis, a principal component of utilitarianism, is a tool of major importance in policy making at the national, state, and local levels.
3. Factors leading...
and code of conduct applicable to a business. Business ethics are applicable not only to the manner the business relates to a customer but also to the society at large. It is the worth of right and wrong things from business point of view.
Business ethics not only talk about the code of conduct at workplace...