Task A- Short Answer Questions
Ai) Imagine you are a newly appointed supervisor/manager within your service. You need to update your staff handbook to reflect current employment law.
Identify three different sources of information youcould use to enable you to do this. (3 marks)
* The Government...
means that the management are able to terminate my contract if the company is unsatisfied with my working standards.
Place of Work:
I was also told that I may have to work at other locations for the nursery’s needs.
My pay is £433 a month which is paid Into my bank account in...
commencement date, job title, place of work, pay, hours of work, holiday entitlement, pension, sick pay, notice, disciplinary procedure, appeals procedure, grievance procedure and confidentiality. All these terms and conditions state what I am entitled to as an employee and how I go about in raising any concerns...
Task B – Your workrole
Bi) Describe the terms and conditions of your employment as set out in your contract of employment or employment arrangement.
The terms and conditions of my own contract of employment, and the terms that my manager and I agreed on are written on my contract. These terms and...
company youwork for, your name and Tax code, your national insurance number, the payment date, the deductions and adjustments made, your gross pay and your net pay and a summary of pay from year to date including national insurance.
Q. Identify two changes to personal information which you must report...
1 Know the statutory responsibilites and rights of employees and employers within own area of work
1.1 list the aspect of employment covered by law
the main aspects of employment are,
* Minimum wage
* Hours worked
* Health and safety
* Holiday entitlements
Safety at Work Act 1974
* Employment Rights Act 1995
* Human Rights Act 1998
* National Minimum Wage 1998
* Employment and Equality Act 2010
2. Main features of current employment legislation
The Health and Safety at Work Act requires a safe working environment for everyone in the work setting....
Understand what is required for work competence in own workrole.
1. Describe the duties and responsibilities of own workrole.
2. Explain expectations about own workrole as expressed standards.
2. To be able to reflect on practice.
2.1. Explain the Importance of reflective practice...
Caring for children
E1 – Collate evidence which describes the role of the practitioner in caring for children
When the practitioner is caring for children he/she will need to complete a variety of things to meet that role. This would include having priorities such as:
Meeting the needs and supporting...
Health and Safety at Work Act 1974- This act is to protect the employees from any danger or risks, it’s the employers duty to see this threw in the work place. It’s the employee’s duty to avoid taking any risk, by using any protective clothing, equipment that is provided, and follow any training/advice...
In this assessment you will explore aspects of employment law, your role and responsibilities in respect of employment practices and present an issue of public concern that has occurred within either the health, social care or children’s and young people’s sector. Additionally, you will create a career...
My job title, this explains what my title is and has a brief description of what my roles will be. My place of work, this explains where my main place of work will be and that I may be needed in other branches. It also explains that I will be given a months notice if my place of work changes. My salary...
Employer / Employee
Rights and Responsibilities Unit
Youth Work Apprenticeship Framework
This work book has been designed for learners to help them provide the evidence needed to achieve unit R/602/2954 Understand employment responsibilities and rights in health, social or children and young...
assessment criteria 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2.1, 2.2, 3.1, 3.2, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 6.1 and 6.3.
Knowing how schools work as organisations would support your work in education. Provide evidence that shows you can:
a) Summarise entitlement and provision for Early years education
There are different...
Unit 064 CONTEXT AND PRINCIPLES FOR EARLY YEARS PROVISION
064.1.1 Explain the legal status and the principles of the relevant early year’s framework/s, and how national and local guidelines materials are used in settings
The statutory framework for the EYFS sets out the legal requirements relating...
Unit 302: Schools as Organisations.
Explain the main points of entitlement and provisions for early year’s education?
There are different types of childcare options available for early years, these include:
Sure Start Children’s Centre: Working with parents right from the birth...
to pass this assignment?
A) Yes. You must pass this assignment to achieve the full qualification.
Q) What help will I get?
A) Your tutor will help you when completing the Skillsfirst model assignment and will make sure that you know what resources/facilities you need and are allowed to use.
Questions for Reflection
• What different fields did the first nursery schools draw from? The realization that young children in infant schools needed specialized treatment adapted to their age did not take hold until the ideas and practices of JOHANN HEINRICHPESTALOZZI (1745–1827) attracted...
This assignment is intended to provide evidence of a candidate’s knowledge and understanding of schools as organisations. By completing all tasks within the assignment, the candidate will provide evidence that meets the Learning Outcomes and assessment criteria of Unit 302, Schools as organisations...
1989 has influenced setting by bringing together several sets of guidance and provided the foundation for many of the standards practitioners adhere to and maintain when working with children. The Act requires that settings work together in the best interests of the child and that they form partnerships...