storing and sharing of data is covered by the DataProtection Act 1998, it is the main piece of legislation that governs the protection of personal data in the UK.
2. Confidentiality and conflict information about service users in our care is very private you have both a legal and moral responsibility...
4:1- Identifyrelevantlegal requirements and procedurescoveringconfidentiality, dataprotection and the disclosure of information
Whitecote Nursery's aim is to protect each and every child in their school by following policys and procedures. All social services, medical and personal information should...
TDA 2.3-4.1- Identifyrelevantlegal requirements and procedurescoveringconfidentiality, dataprotection and the disclosure of information.
As a teaching assistant all information must be treated confidentiality as stated in the ‘DataProtection Act 1998’, any information must be stored as...
adults. I will be identifying relevantlegal requirements and procedurescoveringconfidentiality, dataprotection and the disclosure of information. I will be describing the importance of reassuring children, young people and adults of the confidentiality of shared information and the limits of this and...
Younger learners (key stage 1) may require you to get down to their level and communicate clearly with them whilst having them feedback questions and information to you in order for you to assess the level of understanding that your interactions are achieving. As an individual gets older (key stage 2) they...
know about current legislation policies and procedurescoveringconfidentiality and sharing information, including dataprotectionIdentifyrelevantlegal requirements and procedurescoveringconfidentiality, dataprotection and the disclosure of information
All adults that work with children/young people...
you have both had time out
TDA23-4.1 Identifyrelevantlegal requirements and procedurescoveringconfidentiality, dataprotection and the disclosure of information.
Refer to: TDA22-1.1 Identify the current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding the welfare of children...
3.2. Describe the main differences
between communicating with
adults and communicating with
children and young people.
3.3. Identify examples of
communication difficulties that
3.4. Describe how to adapt
communication to meet
DATAPROTECTION ACT 1998
GUIDANCE TO SOCIAL SERVICES
Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 Introduction Glossary of terms Good practice in record keeping
Principles underpinning good practice A policy framework Retention and destruction of records Records subject to statutory requirements...
What confidentiality means:-
Confidentiality means keeping information given by or about an individual in the course of a professional relationship secure and safe from others. There are eight principals of good practice and anyone processing personal information must...
positive language when communicating, this can include eye contact, nodding and showing interest. Knowing the child’s care goals and any IEP's will help identify the needs of the child.
EXPLAIN THE PRINCIPLE OF RELATIONSHIP BUILDING WITH CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULTS
The principles of relationship...
friend’s children within the school they must not discuss any child with any parent and their friends must be made aware that if they require any information on their child they must speak directly to the teacher.
1.2 Describe with examples how to behave appropriately for a child or young person’s...
young person’s stage of development
To establish respectful and professional relationships with children and young people, there are many procedures to achieve this. The way to do this would be by the way an adult interacts with a child. A learner must behave appropriately considering the situation...
Finding Information for Your Research Paper
incident book. If we have any further concerns about the incident we should refer it to our line manager who in turn can follow it up.
Relevantlegal requirements covering the way you relate to and interact with children.
The Children’s Act 2004
The Children Bill received Royal Assent on 15 November...
Q1; how would you identify and use different types of evidence when carrying out assessments?
I would identify and use different types of evidences when carrying out assessments by reading through all the chosen units and assessment reports to have a clear understanding of the criteria...
will be explaining about Workplace Legislation information, covering topics such as Equal Opportunities, DataProtection, Health & Safety and Environmental Issues. I will include my findings from research, a conclusion and Finally covering my information Sources.
Agreement on Trade Related
Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) in developing countries has seen, the
controversy around protecting test data as provided for under Article 39.3 has few
parallels in terms of enduring impact that it could have. This Article provides that
“Members, when requiring...
Unit three: Principles of managing information and producing documents
You should use this file to complete your Assessment.
• The first thing you need to do is save a copy of this document, either onto your computer or a disk
• Then work through your Assessment, remembering to save...
* Young People
Communication is the basis of any relationship, without it we could not obtain or relay information to overcome any conflicts or get anything done. To have effective communication we must treat everyone as individuals and adapt accordingly. Not...