Guidelines, procedures and codes of practice relevant to personal work can include health and safety, data protection and if they are dealing with money financial regulations. Health and safety is so that the area you are working is free of any obstacles that may cause accidents. The data protection is so that any information you are dealing with or information that you are using does not come out of the organisation accidentally. The financial regulations are so that money can not be taken out or replaced or embezzled without someone knowing about it.
2. Explain the purposes of planning work, and being accountable to others for your own work.
If you are an employee you are accountable to your employer. They have a right to see that your work is up to standard. You may also have a plan to fill in your working day. Companies have to work out costs, and one way to do this is too plan what work the employees will do. Also correct planning means a more efficient work place.
3. Explain the purpose and benefits of agreeing realistic targets for work.
For targets to be realistic for work, a clear timetable is needed. If unable to complete in that time, negotiate for a bit longer this avoids any stress more than necessary. The benefit is the satisfaction of completing on target.
4. Explain how to agree realistic targets.
The targets you agree may relate to several small tasks or one large one. If this job is particularly long or complex you may be expected to agree to interim targets that help to contribute towards the achievement of the main task. You may be expected to agree targets relating to: deadlines, quality and type of work and the resources you can use.
5. Describe ways of planning work to meet agreed deadlines.
Ways of planning work to meet agreed deadlines can be by communicating a clear deadline with the customer, have a clear outcome of what the