One problem was the school did not take any children for the first week of term in reception. | Summer term 2013-+may 2014 | Develop a plan for objectives and produce a detailed report on the early years' service. | Using the objectives of each task and my early year’s placement booklet to successfully complete my report. | OCR Health and Social Care GCSE bookEarly years booklet | To make sure when writing my report, that I cover all the aim and objectives. This will also help me gain a greater understanding of what my report is about.
The LEA have a closer role to the schools and the community. They are also responsible for; Training and development Tackling health inequalities Discipling the staff (depending on how serious the matter is) National government.National government are responsible for devising policies and the curriculum. Then ensuring that they are implemented. Their role is to enhance the opportunities and experiences for the children and the staff working with them by focusing on giving extra support for the more vulnerable children in England, to make sure they all receive the same level of education and equal opportunities . As well as setting the policy the National Government look into ways of maintaining the quality of the services for children under the five outcomes of Every Child Matters.
Assignment brief – QCF BTEC (Level 3)Assignment front sheet | Qualification | Unit number and title | BTEC L3 Extended Diploma in Health and Social Care | Unit 37: Defence against Disease | Learner name | Assessor name | | Charmian Neveling | Date issued | Hand in deadline | Submitted on | 2 March 2015 | 22 May 2015 | | | | Assignment title | Mechanisms that defend the human body against hazards and resistance to diseaseinfection | In this assessment you will have opportunities to provide evidence against the following criteria. Indicate the page numbers where the evidence can be found. | 5a 5a Criteria reference | To achieve the criteria the evidence must show that the learner is able to: | | Task no. | | Evidence | LO 1 | Know how the body is protected from the external environment | | P1, P2, P3M1, M2 | | | LO 2 | Understand non-specific resistance to infection | | P2, P3M2D1 | | | LO 3 | Understand specific resistance to infection | | P4, P5M3D1, D2 | | | | | | | | | Learner declaration | I certify that the work submitted for this assignment is my own. I have clearly referenced any sources used in the work.
Another legislation is the food Safety Act 1990 as training is given to staff in childcare settings in order to comply with the legislation. This helps practitioners to know what they need to give to children at lunch and snack time to ensure they have a balance of healthy food. RIDDOR 1995 is another legislation which supports strategies in settings. This is because by knowing this legislation they have the help and advice from others to prevent injury and ill health. By following this procedures are made, for example writing incidents and accidents in books to make people aware of what happened, how and why.
We also strongly recommend that you tell us about your disability so that we can assess whether we can deliver the course in such a way that you can meet the HCPC standards of proficiency and take part without disadvantage. You can contact our University student support staff on 0114 225 3964 (voice and Minicom) to discuss any queries you may have. Independent Safeguarding Authority This course may involve regular access to children and/or vulnerable adults, which is also known as regulated activity. The Independent Safeguarding Authority hold information on individuals who are barred from working with children and/or vulnerable adults. A person who is barred from working with children or vulnerable adults will be breaking the law if they work or volunteer, or try to work or volunteer with those groups.
| Objectives Nbr description | Objective Date | Status | Status Change Date | Expected Achievement Date | Required For Discharge | 1 Client will create an individualized discharge plan and relapse prevention plan with the assistance of her counselor during first week in IOP. | 12/16/2013 | In progress | 12/16/2013 | 03/16/2014 | | Strategies Nbr description | Objective Date | Status | Status Change Date | Units of Service | Duration of Hours/Frequency | 1 Counselors will provide worksheets to client at first sessions so that she can work on what she knows so far about elapse prevention and her discharge needs. | 12/16/2013 | In progress | 12/16/2013 | 2 | 1/ Monthly | Summary Previous Comments | Problem Details Problem Number: 2Problem Statement: Client has a family and/or social problemStatus: TreatStatus Change Date: 12/16/2013Problem Date: 12/16/2013Problem Description: client reports an open CPS case |
The parents should view that a diversity school can help the students for the real world. The students will have the opportunity to learn from different cultures and understand differences. The school board has to use everything on their disposal to satisfy all stakeholders. Conclusion The Miami School District negotiation process for the rezoning of the students will have detractors due to personal issues discussed by the stakeholders. However, the school district can go one step further and deal with one-to-one cases to eliminate issues surrounding the rezoning.
The work placement officer asks you to include a description of how anti-discriminatory practice can be promoted in health and social care so that the booklet can be given to students before they go on placement. You have investigated in detail one recent national policy initiative promoting anti-discriminatory practice and your
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Debrief staff and evaluate events and procedures and revise as necessary. Anti Bullying Policy Listen to what the children tell us Investigate incidents thoroughly Take action to prevent further incidents Use appropriate sanctions refer to the Positive Behaviour Management Policy Encourage and support the bullied child and reassure them that it is not their fault Discuss with parents of both bullying and bullied child Monitor incidents Report all incidents to the Head Teacher First Aid Policy First Aid on the school site and for off-site activities will be provided in accordance with the procedure issued by the LEA. This procedure is included in the Manual of Health and Safety Procedures issued by the LEA and is fully supported by the Governing Body. There is a nominated