The intention of this report is to address the following learning outcomes:-
• to understand the knowledge, skills and behaviours required to be an effective HR practitioner;
• know how to deliver timely and effective HR services to meet users' needs and;
• be able to reflect...
format Five steps to risk assessment: identification of hazards in the proposed work activity or the adjacent area; consideration of who might be harmed and how; evaluation of risks and existing requirements; risk control hierarchy principles; recording of findings; review of risk assessments; revision...
Describe how a learningsupportpractitionermaycontribute to the planning, delivery and review of learningactivities (O1.1)
At the beginning of each term I receive a term plan from both key stages. These plans contain the subjects which are being taught and the main...
encouraging and rewarding positive behaviour
3.1 Describe the sorts of behaviour problems that should be referred to others and to whom these should be
Unit 210: Supportlearningactivities
1.1 Describe how a learningsupportpractitionermaycontribute to the planning, delivery and review of...
planning is subject to change but generally it helps to build up a picture of the child, what the starting point is for the child, what is needed to support that child’s development or learning and how the centre will go about providing for this. This gives the practitioner a clearer idea of general and...
Thinking and Planning 497
Unit 85: Provide Active Support 505
Unit 86: Support Individuals to Maintain Personal Hygiene 511
Unit 87: Contribute to Supporting Individuals with a Learning Disability to Access Healthcare 515
Unit 88: Support Young People with a Disability to...
Assignment 4 – Supporting learningactivities and assessment for learning
a. Explainhow a learningsupportpractitionermaycontribute to the planning, delivery and review of learningactivities
As a teaching assistant it is important that I am actively involved in the planning...
examples of how to manage WHS systematically, where possible you should have an WHS practitioner as a mentor or coach to assist you to develop the practical skills to apply your knowledge. When you have completed this learning guide and the assessment activities, you should contact a participating...
development (OD) practitioner can . . .
95. Transfer change skills to internal consultant so learning is continuous
96. Maintain/increase change momentum
97. Link change process to daily life of system
98. Mobilize additional internal resources to support continued change
99. Determine the parts of...
the policy and guidance impacting on support services at national level, and evaluate how this operates at local level
X ref to 1.3 and 1.4
2 Explainhow carers can be engaged in the strategic planning of services
Factors carers may have knowledge of, be involved with or exposed to and can...
Communicates effectively using
appropriate behavioural and language
Communicates with clarity and
Makes judgements in contexts with
Explainshow to contribute...
able to promote children’s learning and development according to the requirements of the relevant early years framework.
3.1. Explainhowpractitioners promote children’s learning within the relevant early years framework. 3.2. Prepare, set out and supportactivities and experiences that encourage...
In 2007, the Trust will also be introducing a new learning management system which will allow a more proactive approach to the planning, delivery and administration of training and development. This will also facilitate remedial action to be taken where attendance rates require improvement...
practitioner or developing professional. These 10 areas:
1. Service delivery and information
2. Organisation development
3. Resourcing and talent planning
4. Learning and talent development
5. Performance and reward
6. Employee engagement
7. Employee relations
guidance and can be used in conjunction with the programme of suggested assignments. The outline learning plan demonstrates one way of planning the delivery and assessment of this unit.
Topic and suggested assignments/activities and/assessment Introduction to the unit and programme of assignments...
suggested assignments. The outline learning plan demonstrates one way in planning the delivery and assessment of this unit.
Topic and suggested assignments/activities and/assessment Introduction to unit and programme of learning Tutor input on interpersonal skills, showing DVDs of ineffective...
Describe how a learningsupportpractitionermaycontribute to the planning, delivering and review of learningactivities.
I contribute to planning by giving verbal and written feedback as well as going through children’s books to see how well the children have done on an activity. All the...
• child development, both the biological and cultural aspects, and its impact on howlearningmay best be supported;
• planning which ensures a relevant, motivating, flexible and interesting curriculum;
• provision of an environment which truly enables successful learning by...
1.2 Support the delivery of learningactivities
1.3 Support the teacher in the evaluation of
STL2 Support children’s
development (CCLD 203)
2.1 Contribute to supporting children’s physical
development and skills
2.2 Contribute to supporting children’s
communication, language and literacy skills
Explain the importance of having knowledge of children's progress when planningactivities
Explainhow parents and practitioners can work together in partnership to support children's development
Describe the factors which affect...