people’s settingsUnit reference
This unit is aimed at those who work in health or social care settings or with children or young people in a wide range of settings. The unit explores the central importance of communication in such settings, and...
The purpose of this report is to review and evaluate the principles underpinning the role of the practitioner when working with children.
The role in maintaining professional relationships with children and adults……………………………………………………………………...
written for the new Level 3 Diploma for the Children
and Young People’s Workforce (Early Learning
and Childcare pathway) and for the new Level 2
England and Northern Ireland
September 2010: Level 3 NVQ in CCLD to
be replaced by the Level 3 Diploma for the
CACHE Level 3 Award/Certificate/Diploma in
Child Care and Education
Unit 4: Keeping Children Safe
Submission: 7/5/13 (Tuesday Exam Week)
As previously advised
you should have read the assignment brief and gathered information to support...
Unit 4 Assignment
Keeping children safe
E1 Identify legislation which influences healthy, safe and secure environments for earlyyearssettings
D1 Explain how the 5 pieces of legislation in E1 establish and maintain healthy, safe and secure environments
Five main laws that underpin the provision...
services available that aim to provide support for children and their families. These services may be offered in either a statutory, voluntary or private setting.
“Statutory services are usually free of charge. A good example of this is schools”
Tassoni et al (2007) pg.4
Their main aim...
Working with babies from birth to 12 months
E1-Summarise the factors which may influence the health and development of babies in the first year of their lives
Environmental factors such as not having enough space in the garden for the baby to play and explore will influence their development...
DCCE Unit 1
An Introduction to Working with Children and Young People
E1. Describe 3 different types of settings which provide care and education for children in your area. This must include 1 example from the statutory sector; voluntary sector; private sector. (5 marks)
E2. Describe how each of...
Unit 1: An introduction to working with children
E1: In my local area in York, there are many different services such as: Statutory, Private and voluntary. These all provide day care for a child either at a nursery, a school or a playgroup.
A private sector in my area is one called First Steps which...
Unit 5- the principles underpinning the role of the practitioner working with children.
E1- describe the responsibility of the practitioner in professional relationships.
Respecting parents views a responsibility of a practitioner as the parent is the main carer and first educator of the Childs life...
Unit 8 Caring for Children
When working as a childcare practitioner it is essential that you work within the legal requirements and following the policies and procedures of the setting. There is an EarlyYears code of practice that should underpin the practitioner practice and these will relate to:
nurseries look after children under five for the length of the working day. This can be a few days a week or all week.
An example of a private nursery in the local area is Childs play nursery. They provide childcare and education within a family atmosphere. In the nursery each child’s personal development...
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