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Posts: 11 SCH 32 2.3 Describe how own values belief systems and experiences affect practice

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Hi,

I really would like to thank every one here in this site. Without posting any question last year for my NVQ Level 2 that I passed I really benefit from all of your posted answers.

I have now started my Level 3 Diploma for the Children and Young People's Workforce and we have 21 units this year

I am in unit 052 is any one here doing the same course?

Just need some help with 2.3 : Describe how own values, belief systems and experiences my effect working practice?

Manythanks easylife
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Hi a warm welcome to the site xx

You need to look at what you value, what beliefs you personally have and the experiences that you have that may or

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