The role and responsibilities of an early year’s practitioner follow a number of codes. When working with children there are many care needs of children, such as special needs, safeguarding children, children’s learning, behaviour, and working with parents. Early years practitioners have set responsibilities when working with children, like meeting the learning needs of a child, providing an environment which is welcoming and also they have to work together as part of a team to provide good service for both children and parents.
Practitioners have to put the needs of children first because this will help keep children safe and encourages children to be independent. It’s important to show responsibilities as it will help children learn right from wrong as children will look up to them as role models because they are teaching them what the right thing to do and what’s the wrong thing to do.
Working with parents is important it give practitioner a chance to learn about the child, what they like and dislike this will help practitioners build a relationship with parents to let them know that you as a practitioner can be trusted.
Working as a team will help to create a positive environment for everyone to work in, this will help with self-confidence.
Hospitals- the role of the doctors is to help people that are unwell and cure their illness. Also help and support them.
“Doctors make people healthier. When people get sick, doctors figure out why. They examine people, listen to them describe their health problems, and do tests to see what is wrong. They give people medicine and other kinds of treatment. They also give advice about diet, exercise, and sleep” http://www.bls.gov/k12/help06.htm see appendix 1 accessed on 09/05/2013
“Social work involves engaging not only with clients themselves but their families and friends as well as working closely with other organizations including the police, local