"Unit 3 Childcare" Essays and Research Papers

  • Unit 3 Childcare

    Unit 3- Supporting Children E1) Health and Safety At Work Act 1974 The Children Act 1989/ 2004 Sex Discrimination Act 1976&1986 The Equality Act 2010 Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001 E2) Health and Safety At Work Act 1974: Health and Safety At Work Act 1974 makes the work place as safe as possible. Employers are required to display relevant health and safety posters and ensure that employees are provided with relevant health and safety information and training. By providing...

    Ableism, Children Act 1989, Disability 1036  Words | 4  Pages

  • level 3 childcare unit 3

    E1 1. Children act 1989 2. Disability discrimination act 1995 (DDA) 3. Children act 2004 4. Human rights act 1995 5. Equality act 2006 E2 The children act 1989 has influenced some settings by bringing together several sets of guidance and provided the foundation for many of the standards practitioners sustain and maintain when working with children. The act requires that settings work together in the best interests of the child and form partnerships with parents or carers. It requires settings...

    Children Act 1989, Children's rights in the United Kingdom, Disability 2198  Words | 6  Pages

  • childcare level 3 unit 3

    Rights of the Child 1989/1991 o Children Act 1989/2004 o Childcare Act 2006 o Every Child Matters 2004 o Disability Discrimination Act 1995 E2. Children Act 2004 - This Act was introduced as a result of the death of Victoria Climbie and was the introduction of 'Every Child Matters' which ensures the wellbeing of children through its five outcomes. The Every Child Matters framework has influenced settings by giving them and other childcare settings a duty to find new ways of working together by...

    Childcare Act 2006, Children Act 2004, Children's rights in the United Kingdom 1598  Words | 5  Pages

  • Level 3 Childcare - Unit 3

    Unit 3 - Supporting Children. E1.. The five pieces of legislation I have chosen are:-   * The United Nations on the Rights of the Child  * Human Rights Act 1998  * Children Act 1989  * Data Protection Act 1998  * Framework for Assessment of Children in Need and their Families 2000  E2..  The United Nations on the rights of the child will influence working practices in the setting by ensuring that all children have a safe, happy childhood despite of their sex, religion, social origin...

    Children Act 1989, Contact, Economic, social and cultural rights 859  Words | 3  Pages

  • Childcare Unit 3

    CHILDCARE D7: Show an understanding of diversity and inclusive practice. Diversity is an understanding and excepting that all children are different. It is showing that everyone is diverse, and that everyone has different wants and needs. Inclusive practice is when all children, no matter how diverse, are included in the same activity and don’t get left out; however, the practitioners help adjust activities to help meet the special needs of others, whilst making them feel like they can do anything...

    A Great Way to Care, Knowledge, Learning 839  Words | 3  Pages

  • Childcare Level 3 Unit 3

    UNIT 3 E1 & E2 Children Act 1989 - The Children Act 1989 has influenced settings by bringing together several sets of guidance and provided the foundation for many of the standards practitioners need to maintain now. The Act requires that settings to form partnerships with parents and carers so they are work together in the best interests of the child. It requires settings to have an appropriate adult to child ratios, as well as policies and procedures on child protection. Disability Discrimination...

    Child, Children Act 1989, Children Act 2004 1793  Words | 5  Pages

  • Childcare Level 3 Unit 0.53

    Unit 053 053.1. a) Diversity – The differences in individuals ie ethnic origin, religious background, gender, sexuality, appearance. b) Equality – Everyone has the same opportunities in life. c)Inclusion – Identifying, understanding and breaking down barriers to participation and belonging. Participation – the act of taking part or sharing in something. In the setting this is giving children and families a say in how provision is made for them. Discrimination can effect the individual...

    Child, Childhood, Children 1342  Words | 4  Pages

  • Unit 2 Childcare Level 3

    themselves for example dressing themselves. | Use trial-and-error methods to learn about objects. | If they touch an object and it is hot, they won’t touch it again. | 2-3 years | May got to the toilet independently. | May go to the toilet when they need it with few accidents. | Know their full name. | Will be able to say their full name. | 3-4 years | Make friends and are interested in having friends. | Will enjoy being with other children more. | Can sort objects into simple categories. | Will put all...

    Child development, Childhood, Developmental psychology 1879  Words | 5  Pages

  • unit 025 childcare level 3

     Unit 4227-025 1.1 Outline current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures within own UK home nation affecting the safeguarding of children and young people. Many things are in place to make sure every child is safe and is been given the best start in life. At my setting our safeguarding policy includes what to do if you have a concern about a child and who to go to. The children act 2004 focus on 5 outcomes (from Every Child Matters); being healthy, staying safe, enjoying and achieving...

    Abuse, Bullying, Childhood 2170  Words | 6  Pages

  • Unit 4 E5 Childcare Level 3

    this activity may be altered to suit this diversity by possibly only using the trampolines and smaller, safer apparatus where the child may be able to participate with some help and guidance. Charlotte Davies Unit 4– E5 Primary Business Address Address Line 2 Address Line 3 Address Line 4 Phone: 555-555-5555 Fax: 555-555-5555 E-mail: someone@example.com Children's Physical Challenges. Issues that effect the planning of a challenging environment. Business Name Caption...

    Challenge, Developmental psychology, Education 605  Words | 3  Pages

  • Childcare level 3

    Level 3 childcare offers a range of skills to be achieved. BbhLevel 3 childcare offers a range of skills to be achieved. Bbh skills to be achieved. Bbh skills to be achieved. Bbh skills to be achieved. BbhLevel...

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  • childcare 3

     Unit 8 –Caring for Children Portfolio Assignment Task For unit 8 you must put together a portfolio of research into a number of different topics as indicated by the headings below. The portfolio should include current and relevant research, information and materials from a variety of sources, refer to child development and identify, where appropriate, the relevance of current legislation. The portfolio may include documents generated through...

    Childhood, Children Act 2004, Developmental psychology 882  Words | 4  Pages

  • Unit 7 - Childcare and Education Level 3 Cache

    positive environment can mean that everyone within the setting can get a positive outcome in order to help meet the child’s needs best. Having on-going training can also benefit the practitioners role in meeting children’s needs, teach them about childcare and can help them meet the child’s learning needs because the practitioners go on training outside the setting to get a better insight on how to work with different practitioners, adults and children. E2 Provide information about current influences...

    Developmental psychology, Jean Piaget, Learning 2190  Words | 7  Pages

  • Childcare Cache Level 3 Unit 1

    Unit 1 An introduction to working with children E1 and E2 Statutory Statutory is funded by local and central government. It is free for children to go and schools are compulsory, so children have to go. Hucklow primary school is for children aged 4-11. It follows the national curriculum. The school hours are from 8:45 to 3:00pm. They help children that need additional learning and extra tuition in English and Maths so that they can achieve the best they can do. They have a playground for the...

    Child, Childhood, Education 2476  Words | 7  Pages

  • Unit 3

    BTEC National Subsidiary Diploma/Diploma/Extended Diploma in Business Unit 3 / Introduction to Marketing Task 3 - Checklist This task will address P3, P4, M2 and D2 of the Unit. P3 describe how a selected organisation uses marketing research to contribute to the development of its marketing plans P4 use marketing research for marketing planning M2 explain the limitations of marketing research used to contribute to the development of a selected organisations marketing plans D2 make justified...

    Management, Market research, Marketing 458  Words | 3  Pages

  • Unit 3

    Unit 3 Supporting children E1 - current laws that influence working practices in a setting for children are -United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989/1991 , Children Act 1989 , Children Act 2004 , Equality Act 2006 , speacial educational needs and disability act 2001. E2 - Uncrc legislation influence working practices in the setting by giving children their own special rights and allows childrens views to be heard.it defends the familys role in childrens lives , respects children...

    Child, Childhood, Children's rights in the United Kingdom 2023  Words | 5  Pages

  • Unit 3 Cypw

    Unit 3 1.1 List the aspects of employment covered by law. These are all covered by law so that no one is taken advantage of and also so that both Parties are covered to a certain point and makes sure everyone is treated fairly i.e. * Minimum wage * Hours worked (working time directive) * Discrimination * Health and safety * Holiday entitlements * Redundancy and dismissal * Training * Disciplinary procedures * Union rights and consultation, etc. These apply to all Work environments...

    Childcare Act 2006, Early Years Foundation Stage, Employment 1348  Words | 7  Pages

  • Unit 3

    Sarah Brindley, Unit 3 - suppporting children. E1/E2- Five pieces of current legislation are, Children Act 2004, Human Rights Act 2000, UNCRC 1998, Equality Act 2006 and Protection of data act 1999. Children Act 2004 states that the interests of children and young people are better in all considerations of welfare and safeguarding and that safeguarding children is everyone's responsibility. This is because safegaurding can only be achieved by building up a range of outcomes for children and...

    Child, Childhood, Data Protection Act 1998 2740  Words | 7  Pages

  • Cache childcare level 3 unit 5

    pass the information on. Also when working with the children, they might want to tell you something which could be relevant information to you and also a child might want you to listen carefully so that you can understand what he or she is saying.  Childcare and education4th edition, Tassoni, 2007 page 13. Another issue which contributes to maintaining a professional relationship with adults and children is confidentiality. By keeping information about children and their families confidential, is essential...

    Better, Child, Childhood 2287  Words | 6  Pages

  • Unit 3

    unit Unit 3 P4- Explain possible priorities and responses when dealing with two particular incidents or emergencies in a health and social care setting There are many incidents and emergencies that can occur in a health and social care setting regardless of how careful you try and it is how many precautions they take. The health care setting I will be talking about is a Care home, and the priorities and responses that should take place when dealing with incidents and emergencies within it. Priorities...

    Emergency, Emergency management, Fire protection 758  Words | 3  Pages

  • unit 2 assignment childcare level 3

    skill for them to acquire and use effectively in learning than it is for girls." (Gurian M & Stevens K 2012) D2 - Explain how the observations can be used to support planning to meet the child’s needs. It is vital to do observations within a childcare setting as it benefits the practitioners, as it provides information and evidence. When doing the observation it is important that the child is engrossed in the activity chosen as it allows the child to act themselves. Observations undertaken in...

    Developmental psychology, Hypothesis, Jean Piaget 2435  Words | 7  Pages

  • unit 3

    Unit 3 Assignment 1: Homework Short Answer 5. What two things must you normally specify in a variable declaration? A variable declaration is a statement that typically specifies two things about the variable: the variable’s name, the variable’s data type (Gaddis, 2010, p.56). A variable data type is simply the type of data that the variable will hold (Gaddis, 2010, p.56). 6. What value is stored in uninitialized variables? An uninitialized variable is a variable that has been declared, but...

    Computer programming, Integer, Natural number 845  Words | 5  Pages

  • Childcare unit 5

    In this unit I have been learning about the principles underpinning the role of the practitioner working with children; in this unit I will be explain the principles and values and why reflective practice is needed for a practitioner and what ways they can improve on their practice. I am also learning `what the responsibilities of the practitioner when maintaining professional relationships. The principles and values in a child care setting are in place to give the practitioners a guideline...

    Need to know, The Child 3051  Words | 8  Pages

  • UNIT 3

     UNIT 3 1.1 Explain what is meant by diversity, equality and inclusion. Diversity; this is the difference in people’s culture, color, race, background, moral believes and religion. In other for diversity to be effective, people need to accept others for who they are in the society such as people who do not share the same values. In health care, the diversity range from elderly, mental health, disabilities and race. Care assistants meet different types of people from different background during...

    Affirmative action, Disability, Discrimination 958  Words | 4  Pages

  • Unit 3

    understood. Effective communication means that the message is received, understood, and acted on in the desired manner. This means that effective communication may require persuasion, motivation, monitoring, and leadership on the part of managers. 3. Explain the process of communication. The components of communication are the message, the sender, the receiver, and the medium. The message is the information, idea, feeling, or intent that is to be conveyed, understood, accepted, and acted on. There...

    Communication, Leadership, Management 924  Words | 4  Pages

  • Cache Childcare Unit 2

    Unit 2 assignment E1 + E2 Communication and language is essential to communicate, whether it be speaking, reading, or signing to others. From the age of birth babies will use “sound, gestures and symbols” (P.Tassoni, 2007 pg 44) to communicate to express their needs. For example a baby at the age of 6 weeks will express “cooling, making cooling sounds to show pleasure” (P.Tassoni, 2007 pg 44) But at the age of 18- 24 months babies will begin to put together two or more words to create a mini...

    Attachment theory, Childhood, Developmental psychology 2569  Words | 7  Pages

  • Reflect on and Develop Practice Level 3 Childcare Unit 4

    Unit 304 pg 1 Reflect on and develop practice K3p222 Why is it important to reflect on your own practice and evaluate its effectiveness? It is important to reflect on your own practice and evaluate its effectiveness because it helps to see how well I am doing, what I have done and if there is anything I need to change or do differently to improve my practice. K3d223 How do you...

    Better, Help me, Improve 991  Words | 4  Pages

  • Cache Level 3 Unit 3

    Unit 3 assignment E1- Five peices of current legistlation are: Children Act 1989 Equality Act 2006 Disability Discrimination Act 2010 Childcare Act 2006 Sex Discrimination Act 1975 E2- As a result of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Children Act 1989 came into effect in 1991. The act attempted to ring together various peices of legislation. The act covers child protection, parental responsibility and inspection of settings. The act is known for its...

    Child, Childhood, Children Act 1989 2058  Words | 6  Pages

  • Childcare Level 3

    statutory setting; this is because it is run by the government. “These are services that have to be available by law, i.e. legislation has been passed which requires either the government or local authorities to provide them.” (Tassoni P, 2007, page 3) Brownies is run by Girl Guiding UK, which is voluntary organised for girls and young women. Brownies is their section for girl’s ages 7-10 years. Adults volunteer to do activities, trips, camps and weekly meetings. A private school gives children...

    Children Act 1989, Children's rights in the United Kingdom, Contact 4316  Words | 7  Pages

  • Unit 1 Assignment Childcare

    relationship with parents and other professionals is because you should always be putting the child firs, and if or when concern accrue about a individual in your setting you may have to bring it up with another professional based outside of your childcare setting which you are working in. For example, if a child comes into your setting looking unusually thin compared to other children the same age in the setting and that could be complaining for hunger, you may have to inform a doctor or social services...

    Child, Childhood, Developmental psychology 838  Words | 3  Pages

  • Unit 1 Level 3

    Unit 1- an introduction to working with children E1 and E2- the three different types of settings which provide care and education for children in an statutory sector, voluntary sector and private sector. Statutory sector: These have to be available for children to attend to by law without having to pay financial fee’s. This is the job of the secretary state, to make sure that the statutory services are provided and available. They are funded by the government. Examples of a statutory sector...

    Child, Childhood, Children Act 1989 2489  Words | 7  Pages

  • Childcare

    History of childcare In this report I will be looking at the history of the childcare industry on how children had been looked after back in the day to today’s industry. In history the first day care centre appeared in France about the 1840, and the societe des crèche was recognised by the French government in 1869.organising in Europe in the late 18th and early 19th century day cares were established in the United States by private charities in the 1850’s. The first being was the New York day...

    Au pair, Babysitting, Child care 1184  Words | 4  Pages

  • Level 3 childcare CU1530

    abuse 3. If a crime has been committed If this happened it is very important to follow procedures to make sure it is followed up in the correct way and also to protect yourself. It should be passed on quickly and directly to the organisation/ person involved, to maintain partial confidentiality. Fortunately I have not been in a situation where I have had to breach confidentiality. References: Tassoni, Penny et al. (2010) Children and young people’s workforce, early learning and childcare. Heineman...

    Childhood, Communication, Meaning of life 966  Words | 3  Pages

  • nvq level 3 in childcare

    LO1.3. Identify sources of current guidance for planning healthy and safe environments and services. Current guidance’s for planning healthy and safe environments and service consist of: EYFS (early years foundation stage framework that all childcare professionals must follow, consists of legal requirements and recommendations) Health & Safety at Work Act (To ensure the workplace is free from hazards and both mine and the children’s health is a priority) COSHH (control of substances hazardous...

    Health, Management, Occupational safety and health 1067  Words | 3  Pages

  • Childcare Level 3

    UNIT 004 CHILD AND YOUNG PERSON DEVELOPMENT KNOW THE MAIN STAGES OF CHILD AND YOUNG PERSON DEVELOPMENT Assessment criteria: 1: DESCRIBE THE EXPECTED PATTERN OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S DEVELOPMENT FROM BIRTH TO 19 YEARS PYHSICAL DEVELOPMENT |EXPECTED PATTERNS OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT AGE |HOW CAN THIS AFFECT DIFFERENT DEVELOPMENT AREAS | |0-3MONTHS ...

    Child development, Communication, Developmental psychology 1022  Words | 6  Pages

  • SheenaWilliamsmt445 unit 3 assignmenT

    Unit 3 Assignment Student Name: SHEENA WILLIAMS Please answer the following questions. Submit as a Microsoft Word® document to the Dropbox when completed. 1. Is the price elasticity of demand for gasoline more elastic over a shorter or a longer period of time? Explain. I think that the price elasticity of demand for gasoline is more elastic over a longer period of time because gas prices tend to rise...

    Alfred Marshall, Consumer theory, Elasticity 647  Words | 5  Pages

  • Unit 3 Task 3 Assignment

    Wendie Lunn Unit 3 Health and Safety and Security Task 3 Risk Assessments A risk assessment is something that will be written up before an outing, the assessment covers what the risks are, who can be put at risk, where the risk could take place, when the risk is most likely to happen and how the risks will harm the service users. A risk assessment is always done before an activity so the service users and myself are kept safe and the service providers have a written step-by-step plan if anything...

    Decision theory, Evaluation, Hazard 692  Words | 3  Pages

  • Unit 2 Level 3

    Unit 2 – Development from conception to age 16 years The age range I have chosen to discuss is birth to three years and the two areas of development are physical development and social and emotional development. During the first few months of their lives, babies will develop rapidly in all areas. Motor control develops from the head, moves down through the arms and then to the legs and feet. This is (find in book for head to foot and in to out etc) Initial movements are reflexive in nature...

    Child, Childhood, Developmental psychology 2389  Words | 6  Pages

  • Childcare

    all of the elements in the unit and feel confident that you have developed the knowledge and skill required to complete the assessment. This unit forms part of the requirements for the CHC30708 Certificate III in Children’s Services qualification CHCCS400B Work within a relevant legal & ethical framework Assessment Cover Sheet (This form is required for your assessment to be marked) Record of assessment for CHC30708 Certificate III in Children’s Services Unit name / Code CHCCS400B Work...

    Child, Childhood, Ethics 1072  Words | 6  Pages

  • level 3 childcare

    1989/2004 Human Rights Act 1998 Working Together to Safeguard Children Data Protection Act (ERR201.2.5A) What to do if you are worried a child is being abused (2006) Local Authority Safeguarding Board Policy and Procedure Task B (025.1.5; 051.4.1/3; 029.3.2 a.b)(ERR201.2.5A) Obtain a copy of your settings Data Protection and Confidentiality Policy and critically analyse. Discuss whether the processes used within you work setting comply with the legislation. Research what the legislation is regarding...

    Abuse, Bullying, Childhood 1077  Words | 5  Pages

  • unit 3:citizenship and diversity

    citizenship and diversity Assessor Annie Foxall/ Alannah Gibbs Date issued 16th October 2014 Hand in deadline 23rd October 2014 Duration (approx) 8 hours Qualification covered BTEC Subsidiary/90 Credit Diploma in Public Services Units covered Unit 3; Citizenship, Diversity and the Public Services Learning aims covered Learning outcome 1: Understand the meaning and benefits of citizenship and diversity Scenario You are a trainer for your chosen public service and have been asked by...

    Affirmative action, Citizenship, Core issues in ethics 488  Words | 3  Pages

  • Homework Unit 3

    PT1420 Unit 3 Homework Pg. 71 5. Module inputName () Declare string name Display"Enter Name:" End Module 6. In passing argument by value- any changes made to the parameter value won't affect argument outside module. In passing argument by reference- Changes will affect actual argument passed to module. Algorithm 3. Header- Module myModule (Integer a, integer b, integer c) Call statement - Call myModule (3,2,1) A contains 3, B contains 2, and C contains 1 4. Display "Here...

    Abelian group, Algebra, C 354  Words | 3  Pages

  • childcare unit 2 p3

    accident and injuries, illnesses and other emergencies. Introduction There are lots of legislations that settings have to follow in order to comply with the law. These are clearly stated in the book of National Minimum Standards for Regulated Childcare. Settings such as schools must follow all laws and acts for ensuring children's safety, health and security. Development Accidents and Injuries Standard 10 (Healthcare) 10.14 says that at all times a fully trained first aider must be available...

    Child, Children Act 2004, Emergency 869  Words | 2  Pages

  • Cache Level 3 Unit 15

    Unit 15 Developing Children’s (3-8 years) Mathematical Skills E1 There are different national frameworks and policies that are used for the development of mathematical learning from 3 to 8 years old. One of these is the Childcare Act 2006. The Childcare Act is an update on the Children Act 2004. It basically makes sure that local authorities reduce any inequalities in their individual areas by providing an ‘integrated’ service for children and their families. They make it so that...

    Childcare Act 2006, Children's rights in the United Kingdom, Developmental psychology 2342  Words | 7  Pages

  • Unit 3 Quiz

    Variable Fixed 2. Which of the following is not a fixed cost? (Points : 2) Direct materials Depreciation Lease charge Property taxes 3. At the break-even point of 2,500 units, variable costs are $55,000, and fixed costs are $32,000. How much is the selling price per unit? (Points : 2) $34.80 $9.20 $12.80 $22.00 4. The relevant range of activity refers to the (Points : 2) geographical areas where the company...

    Contribution margin, Cost, Costs 561  Words | 3  Pages

  • level 3 diploma Childcare

    development and learning -- example child development plan -- Elinor Goldschmied - treasure baskets, heuristic play on the Guardian.co.uk -- Developing play for the under threes - on amazon.co.uk -- What it means to be 1 - 2 - 3 2.4 Demonstrate in own practice the provision of play based activities and experiences to promote development and learning that are tailored to babies or young children’s needs Environment may include: Being well equipped, clean and safe with...

    Child development, Childbirth, Developmental psychology 509  Words | 3  Pages

  • Childcare

    Assignment Guidance Unit 3 – Supporting children This assignment consists of 4 parts which must be considered in turn but which must be blended together into one flowing piece of writing with an introduction and conclusion. This assignment is set in a Children’s Centre. You must reflect this in your answer. INTRODUCTION Eg ‘A Children’s Centre is reviewing the policies and procedures which promote children’s health and welfare as well as their development.’ Then define what a Children’s...

    Policy, Public policy, Theory 1348  Words | 6  Pages

  • childcare level 3

    MU 2.4: Contribute to children and Young people's health and safety Unit reference J/601/3491 Level 2 1.1,1.2,1.3,2.1,2.2,2.3,2.4,3.1,3.2,4.1,4.2,4.3,5.1,5.2,6.1,6.2,6.3,6.4,6.5,7.1,7.2 Health and safety policy is to make sure that all the staff ,children ,young people and parents and carers are safe and protected from any harm when they are a the work setting .Every work setting has a Health and Safety policy and every worker should be aware of the Health and Safety policy. The two main pieces...

    Childhood, Cleanliness, First aid 1391  Words | 5  Pages

  • Unit 3 A BTEC Assignment

    Production BTEC Level 1/Level 2 First Certificate in Creative Digital Media Production BTEC Level 1/Level 2 First Extended Certificate in Creative Digital Media Production BTEC Level 1/Level 2 First Diploma in Creative Digital Media Production Units covered Unit 3 Digital Moving Image Production Learning aims covered Learning aim A: Understand the key features of moving image productions Duration (approx) 10 hours (over 5 weeks) Scenario MUNSTER ENERGY DRINKS LTD is embarking on a new campaign to...

    Advertising, Film, Film crew 574  Words | 2  Pages

  • Nvq Level 3 Childcare

    be adequate- neither too warm nor too cold. 2. Cleanliness of general environment 2.1 High standard of cleanliness throughout the buildings 2.2 Spillages should be immediately cleaned. 2.3 Toilet areas should be regularly cleaned and checked 3. Food preparation areas: 3.1All staff dealing with food should have food hygiene certificate 3.2all regulations relating to food storage should be in place 4. Safe storage and use of equipment 4.1 Cupboards at children’s level should not contain...

    Childhood, Environment, Hygiene 740  Words | 3  Pages

  • Level 3 Childcare

    long-term consequences of this maternal deprivation. This risk continues until the age of 5.Bowlby used the term maternal deprivation to refer to the separation or loss of the mother as well as failure to develop an attachment. Box 1 – Newborn to 3 months: responds to adults especially mothers face and voice , Smiles, concentrates on adults face during feeding, Very dependent on adults for reassurance and comfort, quietness when held and cuddled Between 6 and 9 months: Enjoys company of others...

    Attachment theory, Developmental psychology, John Bowlby 866  Words | 3  Pages

  • Childcare Cache Level 3

    |off. Young children can easily choke on small parts. | 2. Compare your list of hazards with the others in your class or workplace. Did they find similar hazards to yours? 3. Complete the second column on the table, explaining how you would deal with each hazard listed. 4. Once you have filled all the boxes in, compare your answers with the others in your class or workplace. Do any of your answers differ significantly...

    Cleanliness, Floor, Hazard 528  Words | 3  Pages

  • Childcare Unit 7 Play

    family and the wider world are affirmed and extended; • they know that they have a place; • they feel comfortable with the routines, customs, and regular events; • they know the limits and boundaries of acceptable behaviour. Strand 3: Contribution Opportunities for learning are equitable, and each child’s contribution is valued. Goals Children experience an environment where: • there are equitable opportunities for learning, irrespective of gender, ability, age, ethnicity...

    Child, Childhood, Developmental psychology 568  Words | 3  Pages

  • unit 001 childcare communication

    all aspects of own work Through effective communication we can easily exchange every sort of information, our ideas with the people around and this can indirectly affect our work as the other people get to know our point clearly. 3. Explain why it is important to observe an individual’s reactions when communicating with them. Communication is a 2 way process, it is not simply about sending a message but also about knowing if the receiver has understood and processed the message...

    Communication, Confidentiality, Knowledge 482  Words | 3  Pages

  • HA510 Unit 3 Assignment

    HA510-02 Organizational Development for Healthcare Unit Three (3) Assignment Kaplan University Instructor: Tracy Smith October 7, 2013 Revised: October 10, 2013 Unit 3: Planning – Tools and Techniques Page | 2 Report: Interview with Ronald G. Spaeth, FACHE, president Evanston Northwestern Healthcare Foundation The objective of this report is to summarize Grazier’s interview with Ronald G. Spaeth, FACHE, president of the Evanston Northwestern Healthcare Foundation to include by not limited to...

    Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education, Employment, Health administration 1036  Words | 6  Pages

  • Unit 3 Quiz

    Unit 3 : Unit 3: Legal Writing for the Client - Quiz Top of Form Time Remaining:     Question 1. 1. A trial brief is a document prepared for use _____________. (Points : 2)        in trial court — mostly for the attorney’s personal use — that summarizes the issues, the evidence and witnesses, and the law        In an appellate court. It is the formal legal presentation of a party’s position and, as such, must comply with the receiving court’s specific requirements        In a...

    Appeal, Constitution, Law 518  Words | 3  Pages

  • Unit 029 Level 3

    029 level 3 childcare 1.1 As practitioners we need to make sure we work together. This will have a positive impact on the children’s/young people’s health, development and learning. In order to achieve the best for children/young people the 5 possible outcomes need to be put in to action. The Every Child Matters is a part of the government framework in England which states these. The outcomes state that practitioners should be working together to offer the best for children/young people. In order...

    Child, Childcare, Childhood 1480  Words | 4  Pages

  • Unit 7 Perds Childcare

    every member of a family has too look the same. I think that in future when I see a new form of attraction whether through the media, books or toys that I will look closely at the aims that other I.e. parents and young children may not see. Task 3 P7.8 Describe TWO (2) examples of activities or experiences which encourage children’s awareness of their own and other’s safety One day at my setting I witnessed a child running with scissors in his hand, I stopped the child and told the practitioner;...

    The Child 1792  Words | 4  Pages

  • Unit 1 Nvq 3

    NVQ 3 : Unit 6 – Working Together for the Benefit of Children and Young People 1. Explain the importance of multi-agency working and integrated working | When working with children it involves close working with different agencies. When children are growing up they require the use of different services, it is important for these services to work together so that they can help promote the child’s development and other life skills. Multi-agency working is an effective way of supporting children...

    Child, Childhood, Humans 760  Words | 3  Pages

  • unit 066 outcome 3

    Unit 066 Promote children’s Welfare and Well-being in the Early Years Outcome # 3 Understand the importance of promoting positive health and well-being for early years children AC 2. Describe de roles of key health professionals and sources of professional advice in promoting positive health and well-being for early years children and their families and carers. Key health professionals/ Professionals involved in cases of abuse Roles/ Responsibilities ...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1391  Words | 6  Pages

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