• Understand Employment Rights and Responsibilites
    Understand employment responsibilities and rights in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings. 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...
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  • Children and Young People Workforce
    People Workforce Introduction to personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings Understand what is required for competence in own work role 1) Describe the duties and responsibilities of own role? It’s very important for me to know what my manager is expected from...
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  • Introduction to Personal Development in Health Social Care or Children and Young Peoples Setting
    SHC 22 Introduction to personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings Task links to learning outcome, assessment criteria 1.1 and 1.2 and 1.3. • Describe the duties and responsibilities of your role. When going into a new work stating duties can vary depending...
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  • Miss
    Describe your role and responsibilities within your setting. I'm doing my placement in nursery from age 0 to 2 years old, the general responsibilities in mine daily job is provide a wonderful learning through play time and safe, caring environment for the children. The specific duties which I must complete...
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  • SCH23
    work role. My duties starts in the morning when I have to welcome the children and start to get involved in their activities, which vary depending on which child age I am asked to supervise. I assist other members of staff to support the children in their personal development in different ways: setting...
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  • The Effect of Parent Socio Economic Status on the Academic Performance of Primary School Pupils
    education for a child means giving the child the potentials to improve himself and the educational standard will no small way improve the child’s worth; hence the child would be able to play his or her own role in the building of his or her own nation. The need to improve on the educational standard by all means...
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  • Childcare 1
    1 Reflective practice today is used in a variety of different professional roles i.e. Crèche assistant, childcare, teaching and social work and it is relied on in all of these professions to maintain and improve good standards throughout the workplace. This enables all practitioners to put forward there...
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  • Unit Shc22 - Introduction to Personal Development in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Settings
    SHC 22 1.1 Describe and explain the duties and responsibilities of your own work role. I work in a team with another childminder, sharing the same premises, so we share some of duties, but generally speaking, both of us are responsible for the children we looking for. My duties starts in the...
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  • Unit 8
    E1 & A1 & E8 The practitioner plays an important role when working with children. They can do this by meeting the needs of children when in their care. The best way to do this is using the knowledge they have on how to care for children, carrying out observations and assessments that will allow them...
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  • Integrated and Collaborative Working
    What is integrated and collaborative working and why is it so important in childhood practice? The numerous well-publicised child protection cases such as Baby P and Daniel Pelka have emphasized just what can happen when services fail to work collaboratively and this shows why integrated working and...
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  • Nvq Level 2
    CU1515 – Introduction to Communication in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Settings. 1 – Understand why communication is important in the work setting. 1.1 – Identify different reasons why people communicate. There are many different reasons why people communicate. When...
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  • ERR BOOK
    documents, job description, terms and conditions, contract citizens advice bureau, community legal advice, the equality act 2010, health and social care act 2008, the sex discrimination act 1975 and code of practice, the race relations act 1976 and code of practice , race relations(amendment) act 2000...
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  • understand the expected pattern of development
    you will reach the top to self-actualisation needs (Achieving individual potentail) so for a child to develop they must complete one of the area's before they move on to the next one. each and every child will develop at a different rate for example Some babies start teething from 6 months and some...
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  • Unit 022
    Outcome 1- see development study Outcome 2 pc1 How a child and young persons development is influenced by the following personal factors. •Health status- A good example of how this could influence a child's development is asthma, a condition that affects breathing and is currently on the increase...
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  • Childcare and Education L3
    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...
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  • child care
    Overview This standard identifies the requirements when supporting the care, learning and development of children through the maintenance of environments. This includes preparing and maintaining a physical safe environment which is stimulating and build’s the child’s confidence, as well as supporting...
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  • Play and Leisure
    education E1: Collate evidence which describes the role of the practitioner in meeting children’s learning needs. * The practitioner’s role is meeting needs and supporting rights of children as suggested by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. ‘UNICEF’s mission is to advocate...
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  • Gender Identity
    not only what defines our gender roles, agree or disagree, there are many cultural influences that affect today’s gender roles. We are at a point culturally were traditional definitions are often a moot point, in my home and the homes of my children traditional roles are followed, but in many homes today...
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  • Engage in Pesonal Development
    SOCIAL CARE OR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE 1.1 Explain your duties and responsibilities in your work role My work role is a supportive teacher assistant. Therefore, I have many duties and responsibilities to live by. The duties in my work role are to work one to one with a specific child because...
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  • legislation p2 and m1
    as a health and social care worker. The HASAWA is the main piece of legislation covering occupational health and safety in the UK. It is responsible for enforcing the Act and a number of other regulations relating to the working environment. In Scotland this role is carried out by the Scottish Executive...
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