ERR QUESTIONS 201 Understand employment responsibilities and rights in health, social care or children and young people’s settings 201.2 Understand agreed ways of working that protect own relationship with employer Assessment Criteria 1. Describe the terms and conditions of own contract of employment 2. Describe the information shown on own pay statement 3. Describe the procedures to follow in event of a grievance 4. Identify the personal information that must be kept up to date with own employer 5.
3. What strategies might Jim employ to deal with a very busy team member such as Juanita Lopez? (5 points) Answers will vary. Most should include attention to points such as getting a sure commitment from Juanita, clearly communicating your expectations to her, etc. Petrie’s Electronics Chapter 4 Case Questions Solutions 1.
3.4 Summarise the types of risks that may be involved in assessment in own area of practice. 3.5 Explain how to minimise risks through the planning process. 4.1 Explain the importance of involving the learner and others in the assessment process. 4.2 Summarise the types of information that should be made available to learners and others involved in the assessment process. 4.3 Explain how peer and self-assessment can be used effectively to promote learner involvement and personal responsibility in the assessment of learning.
Chapter 5 – Measuring Results and Behaviors Learning Objectives 5.1 Adopt a results approach to measuring performance including the development of accountabilities, objectives, and standards. 5.2 Determine accountabilities and their relative importance. 5.3 Identify objectives that are specific and clear, challenging, agreed upon, significant, prioritized, bound by time, achievable, fully communicated, flexible, and limited in number. 5.4 Identify performance standards that are related to the position, concrete, specific, measurable, practical to measure, meaningful, realistic and achievable, and reviewed regularly. 5.5 Adopt a behavior approach to measuring performance including the identification and assessment of competencies.
P6) Introduction: For this assignment task I have been asked to produce a report for a client describing the essential points of a contract to protect consumers when purchasing a new kitchen and how consumers might be protected in a contract for supply of goods and services in the event of faulty plumbing of the new kitchen. The essential points of a contract to protect consumers and how the consumers are protected The Sales of Goods Act 1979 is a key piece of legislation that protects the consumer when making a contract regarding the sales of tangible products, in this case the new kitchen. Within the Sales of Goods Act there are implied terms revolving around the title, description, fitness and quality of the good being sold. This means that if the goods sold to the consumer are not as how described within the contract then this is a clear breach of the contract and the consumer can take action against the business. If in the event that the consumers kitchen is fitted and the goods the company has sold are not as described or not fit for the purpose intended then the consumer has the right under the Sales of Good Act to take action.
When I am carrying out all these, I do remember person centred values and this helps me to be able to do what is right for the client or what the client wants. Before carrying any activities for the day, I do go through my clients care plan; follow the team meetings to get all the information about the clients and the changes. For example if I have arranged with my client that he or she had to have a shower, then when the time comes they change their mind, it is for me to agree with them because it’s their right to change their mind. At this stage we communicate together and sort something else for another day. Personal relationships are based on emotions and are informal.
| |Identify the setting’s policies linked to health & safety/hygiene & emergencies procedures. Which legislation do these policies refer to? | |My setting currently has their Health and Safety policies following a risk assessment in accordance with the Management of Health and Safety | |Regulations 1999. The policy identifies health and safety needs for the following situations: | |Equipment – Explains that any equipment should be used safely and for its intended purpose. Any defective equipment should not be used and admin | |staff informed immediately.
do differently? Conclusion Initial evaluaion what have you of the experience learnt from what was good reflecting on this experience? and bad about it? Critical analysis what sense did you make of the experience? Using analysis in Gibbs’ model In theory, the reflective process follows the 6 steps of the model so that each step informs the next.
The first defining characteristic is that each team member shares a common goal, the second, defining interdependence between team members, third, teams are bound together over time providing stability, fourth team members have their own authority to make decisions and fifth and final, all team members are actually smaller parts of a much larger system and there is an importance to understand and recognize the significance of this fact. This paper will seek to define the similarities and differences of the four types of teams as described in the text. As we progress through the four types of teams it is important to note the gradual progression of control from specific and