It is important to understand issues surrounding confidentiality and when to pass on information. 1) Effective communication and engagment with children, young people and families 2) Child and young person development 3) Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the child 4) Supporting transitions 5)
Children will lear and develop when ether is a friendly environment with people they trust. As a role model gain trust its important ,so children and young people can be confident to talk to you,be confident and focus and develop the selfs. Every child is different so we should adapt the way we communicate to fulfil the individual needs. Always communicate in a appropriate way to match the stage of development,personal circumstance and need of that person you are talking to. 1.2 Explain the principals of relationship building with children,young people and adults .
Understand how to communicate with children, young people and adults 3. Understand legislation, policies and procedures for confidentiality and sharing information, including data protection Assignment coverage |Task name |Learning outcomes covered | |A – Communication and relationships |1.1 explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships | | |with children, young people and adults | | |1.2 explain the principles of relationship building with children, young people and adults | | |1.3 explain how different social, professional and cultural contexts may affect relationships| | |and the way people communicate. | |B - Communication |2.1 explain the skills needed to communicate with children and young people | | |2.2 explain how to adapt communication
It is also important that children learn by themselves where they are given the opportunity to make errors, decisions and choices but to also be respected. Children often learn by doing rather than being told what to do. By the purpose of this framework it highlights that it benefits the children by having that key person within the setting that they are able to depend on. The Birth to Three Matters has four aspects which have been divided into sections. They highlight the relationship between the growth, learning, development and environment the child is being cared for and also educated in.
Expectations about own work role as expressed in relevant standards: standards relevant to own role eg national occupational standards for Children’s Care, Learning and Development eg role to support child or young person with special educational needs, expectations to meet standards eg Help to keep children safe, Promote children’s development. Support the needs of children and young people with additional requirements, Reflect on, develop and maintain your practice 2.1. Explain the importance of reflective practice in continuously improving the quality of service provided. The importance of reflective practice in continually improving the quality of service provided: aim to continually review progress to improve or change approaches, strategies, actions; benefits to children, young people, setting and individual of improved performance eg enables learning to take place and practice to improve, enables all relevant factors to be taken into account, provides clarity; identification of learning needs of individual undertaking reflection; Experiential Learning Cycle (Kolb) 2.2 demonstrate the ability to reflect on practice How to reflect on practice: regular reflection; focused; use a structured approach; appropriate way of
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.
(Beith.K et al,Pg.2, Level 2 certificate for the Children and young people’s workforce, 2010, Heinemann, Harlow) When I work with children I communicate with children and young people to build relationships, verbal or non-verbal communication may be used to help children and young people feel welcome and valued, and to co-ordinate activities. Effective communication is required for children and young people to encourage positive behaviour and K.Beith states that practitioners will communicate “to give instructions to children so that they understand what is required of them in routines and activities, such as emergency practices and outings” (Beith.K et al,Pg.3, Level 2 certificate for the Children and young people’s workforce, 2010, Heinemann, Harlow) Early years practitioners communicate regularly with parents to build relationships and to share information. Communication between parents and practitioners can help the setting provide adequate care and provision for their children. Early years practitioners also communicate with parents to give them information about the setting
Outcome 029 Outcome 1 1.1 Multi-agency working brings together practitioners from different sectors and professions to provide an integrated way of working to support children, young people and families. It is a way of working that ensures children and young people who need additional support have exactly the right professionals needed to support them. Multi-agency working is a generic term and takes different forms locally. For example: * in a team around a particular child or family (TAC/TAF) * as a panel dealing with needs of individual children or families based on an area or establishment * Where services work together within a single unit, either co-located or virtual. * Regular meetings across services (e.g.
This ensures that the individual young person who is in our care is placed at the centre. The team should share a common purpose and vision to improve the young person’s life. Effective partnership working involves many features including * Trust * Empathy * Respect for the skills and contribution of colleagues * Communication * Effective listening skills * Realistic expectations * Clear objectives * Honesty * Working to agreed practices * Maintenance of balance between task and relationship orientation There are various theories relating to effective partnership working. These include areas such as
MU 2.9 Understand partnership working in services for children and young people 1.1 Explain why working in partnership with others is important for children and young people. Partnership can be formed between a number of individuals, agencies or organisations with a shared interest. Partnerships are often formed to address specific issues and have a common reason for working together and may often formed to target a short or long term issues . In order to achieve a good partnership partners need to communicate, co-ordinate, co- operate. There are two types of partnership working: multi agency working and integrated working.