Shc 33 1 3 Essays and Term Papers

  • SHC 33

    UNIT 3 1.1 Diversity means people are unique; they are different to one another. They have different points of view, see things differently from each other because of the way they have been brought up, depend even on the way they are looking. Their age, culture, social status, sex orientation, abilities...

      1548 Words | 5 Pages   Equality Act 2010, Socialization, Adolescence, Diversity (business)

  • SHC 33

    SHC 33: Promote Equality and Inclusion 1.1 Diversity is the differences between individuals and groups when looking at gender, cultural and religious beliefs, disabilities, sexual preferences and appearance. Diversity brings strength to society, but unfortunately it is often seen as a problem. ...

      486 Words | 2 Pages   Discrimination, Equal opportunity, Diversity (business), Prejudice

  • Shc 33

     Shc 33 : Promote Equality and Inclusion in Health, Social Care or Children’S and Young People’S Settings SHC 33 : Promote equality and inclusion in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings 1.1 All people are different, unique and come from different backgrounds and this is what...

      333 Words | 1 Pages   Inclusion (education), Discrimination, Prejudice, Gender equality

  • Shc 33

    Task SHC 33 Diversity – the differences in values, attitudes, cultures, nations, languages, beliefs, skills and life experiences of the individual in any group of people. Equality – does not mean that everyone has to be treated the same. People have different needs, ambitions and situations. Every...

      394 Words | 2 Pages   Self-esteem, Inclusion (education), Equal opportunity, Discrimination

  • Shc 33

    SHC 33 Understand the importance of diversity, equality and inclusion. 1.1 Explain what is meant by : Diversity Diversity is individual differences between two or more people; we are all different from each other. This is where “The Unique child” highlighted in the EYFS comes in. Our differences...

      713 Words | 3 Pages   Disability, Child abuse, Self-esteem, Bullying

  • shc 33

    SHC 33- equality and diversity There are many potential effects of discrimination just a few of these are low self-confidence, low self-esteem, health problems, self-harm, lack of self-belief, insecurity and anxiety. An example of this could be if someone is repetitively calling you names about your...

      256 Words | 1 Pages   Equality and diversity (United Kingdom), Self-esteem, Discrimination, Inclusion (education)

  • SHC 33

    SHC 33 - Promote equality and inclusion in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings Task 1a – Explain what is meant by Diversity, Equality and Inclusion. Diversity Diversity is about recognising that everyone is different in a variety of visible and non-visible ways. It is about...

      1342 Words | 4 Pages   Discrimination, Self-esteem, Equal opportunity, Inclusion (education)

  • Shc 33-1.2

    SHC 33 1-1.2 Describe the potential effects of discrimination Discrimination mean mistreatment with group of people or individual. People harm (discriminate) other people because of their ethnicity,disability,feel that someone is weaker, showing off infront of friends, because of their views, nationality...

      462 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Unit Shc 33

    Unit SHC 33 1.Equality is about treating people fairly regardless of their differences, by ensuring that they have access to the same life opportunities as everyone else, ie that they have equal opportunities. Diversity means variety, for example age, sex, sexual orientation, physical characteristics...

      1605 Words | 5 Pages   Prejudice, Discrimination, Best practice, Diversity (business)

  • SHC 33 1.1

    SHC 33 1.1 Diversity: The respect and knowledge of differences between each individual and groups of people within society. These differences arrive from social, cultural or religious backgrounds, ethnicity, disability, gender, sexuality, appearance and both family structure or background. Equality:...

      271 Words | 1 Pages   Self-esteem, Inclusion (education), Discrimination, Equal opportunity

  • Shc 33 1.1-1.3

    SHC 33 – Promote equality and inclusion in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings 1.1 1.2 1.3 - Explain what is meant by: Equality Diversity Inclusion Diversity – Refers to the variety and differences between people and groups in our communities; these differences...

      401 Words | 2 Pages   Inclusion (education), Equal opportunity, Disability, Discrimination

  • AT6 SHC 33 Equality task

    remember you must show your own knowledge and practice do not copy what is in your research materials. Plagiarism is taken seriously. Task 1 links to learning outcome 1, assessment criteria 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3. To support understanding and raise awareness of equality, diversity and inclusion, present...

      5520 Words | 10 Pages   Right to education, Sexual harassment, Harassment, Economic, social and cultural rights

  • SHC 33 Equality and inclusion in health

    Unit SHC 33 - Promote Equality and Inclusion in health, social care or children and young people's settings. An explanation of what is meant by diversity. In an early years setting as a practitioner you have to make sure children understand each other’s cultures and communities as some children get...

      1302 Words | 4 Pages   Inclusion (education), Prejudice, Discrimination, Disability

  • Shc 33 Promote Eqaulity and Diversity

    SHC 33 Level 3 CYPW The Importance of Equality and Inclusion (SHC33) 1.1 As human beings, we are all different. The human race is made up of people with a whole range of different characteristics and backgrounds. This rich and diverse melting pot contributes to making a well-rounded and strong...

      1341 Words | 5 Pages   Self-esteem, Disability Discrimination Act 1995, Inclusion (education), Accessibility

  • Task B Leaflet SHC 33

    Regulations 2003. Human Rights Act 1998 Contains 16 basic rights which affect all aspects of human rights: 1) the right to life, 2) freedom from torture and degrading treatment, 3) freedom from slavery and forced labour, 4) the right to liberty, 5) the right to a fair trial, 6) the right not...

      2105 Words | 7 Pages   Abuse, Healthcare Commission, Dignity, Privacy

  • Shc 31-3

    SHC 31 1. Understand why effective communication is important in the work setting 1. Identify the different reasons people communicate People communicate for different reasons, to portray their feelings, emotions, pain, opinions, etc. The communication could be professional (formal), or personal...

      1066 Words | 4 Pages   Child care, Anxiety, Motivation, I-message

  • Unit 1 SHC 21

    Unit 1. Introduction to Communication in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Settings. 1.1. Identify the different reasons people communicate. People communicate in order to send and receive information; for example, wishes, stand points, feelings, wants, needs, knowledge and to...

      1495 Words | 6 Pages   Nonverbal communication, Aphasia, Classified information, Communication

  • Shc 31 1.-1.1

    SHC 31 1-1.1 Identify the different reasons people communicate People communicate because they need to build and maintain relationships, express emotion, be understood or sharing information. I think that communication at work is important because good relationships in work means good environment...

      347 Words | 1 Pages  

  • SHC 51 New 1

    SHC 51 Use and develop systems that promote communication Aims New care planning paperwork has recently been implemented by the company and I have had to roll this out throughout my home, I held a staff meeting with all the care staff and explained the new paperwork and how to use this. I explained...

      517 Words | 2 Pages  

  • unit 1 SHC 31

    1.1 People communicate in different ways and for different reasons, it is a way of making contact and being understood by others. The main two ways of communicating are verbal communication through speaking and non-verbal communication through body language. Within a care setting people communicate...

      1096 Words | 2 Pages   Hearing loss, Nonverbal communication, Disability, Language interpretation

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