practice and the environmental impact of activity is looked at. If circumstances or situations arise which you are unsure abouthow to deal with, you should refer to your policies and procedures for guidance or refer to your line manager for further advice.
BE ABLE TO WORK IN PARTNERSHIP WITH OTHERS...
aware of the current needs and wishes of
the service user.
3.3 Demonstrate how and when to accesssupport and adviceabout:
It is important to the care of the service
user, that changes are reported to the
right people. Working in partnership
means that you may...
, such as an advocate, as they have no vested interest to the outcome.
9. Explainhow and when to accesssupport and adviceabout:
If I felt out of my depth or felt that I lacked the knowledge or skills to proceed I would speak to my manager regarding...
• Good communication
• Respect and valuing the work of others
• Making clear decision
3.3 Identify skills and approaches needed for solving conflict
3.4 Demonstrate how and when to accesssupport and adviceabout
• Resolving conflict
to assess if the agreed measures are
rectifying the conflict
3.4 Demonstrate how and when to accesssupport and adviceabout:
• resolving conflicts
If i have issues concerning partnershipworking i could speak to my line manager of an outside
organisation (if that is who...
, being patient and reaching
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Identify ways of working that can help improve
partnershipworkingExplainhow and when to accesssupport and adviceabout:
• resolving conflicts
How and when to accesssupport/ adviceabout...
explain why working in partnership with others is important for children and young people
It is important to work in partnership with others because all agencies can share information and concerns to create a holistic view about children and young people in their care when any need arises, to...
members of the public who want to seek support or raise concerns about a child.
Integrated Access Teams will provide:
* an accessible and responsive service
* screening assessments to determine appropriate action
* adviceaboutsupport available
* Referrals to the most appropriate...
• Make a positive contribution.
• Achieve economic well-being.
2.3 Explain what is meant by partnershipworking in the context of safeguarding.
When it comes to safeguarding, children are best protected when professionals know what is required of them and how they work together. This means that...
also means being able to deal with difficult situations to achieve the best for all children, by working together and looking for the right solutions and knowing when things in a setting may go wrong, and how to deal with them.
Benefits of having good partnership – Children:
with different views and expertise are working together, they may disagree about the best way forward. Identify five different skills or approaches that might help resolve conflict.
Explain two ways you could obtain support and adviceaboutworking in partnership and resolving...
Employer’s policy and procedures regarding equality and diversity
3.2 describe how and when to access information, advice and supportabout diversity, equality and inclusion
Any belief that someone is a victim of discrimination has to be reported immediately to the manager or supervisor...
, communication skills, holding information, also being diplomatic and analysing the situation. Our approach needs to be tactful and calm also good body language showing we are open and ready to help resolve the issue.
3.4 explainhow and when to accesssupport and adviceabout:
. [online] Available at: http://www.positive-futures.net/about-us/organisation-structure [Accessed: 26 Mar 2014].
Publicengagement.ac.uk. 2014. Guide: Working in partnership with others | National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement. [online] Available at: http://www.publicengagement.ac.uk/how...
has oversight of all pupils in public care in the school. You may be able to accesssupport and advice from your local authority’s Children in Public Care Team.
Meeting both parents
You will need to think carefully when arranging meetings with parents as it may prove problematic to meet with both at...
efficacy of community supervision can be supported through evidence
from engagement with the scheme.
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acting in a consistent manner and the work progress run smoothly.
Allows staff to make sure that the best practice is been put on place.
It provides staff with support while they are at work.
|2.3 Know how to access full and up-to-date details of agreed ways of working relevant to your role...
company. Important to have up to date agreed ways of working as there may be changes in policies within the law. Your company may have to implement them to help protect the vulnerable
Explain two way it is important agreed ways of working at your work place
When people are deeply upset about...
information to prepare them to
manage and maintain
accommodation and to find
advice if necessary.
2.4. Provide young people with
information abouthow to
manage personal finances.
2.5. Explain why practical support
and advice for independence
is a long term project.
3. Be able to...