TDA 2.2: Safeguarding the welfare of children and young people Identify the current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people including e-safety. Safeguarding is the term that has replaced the term Child Protection. It includes promoting children’s safety and welfare as well as protecting children when abuse happens. It has only been developed in the past 50 years, and the need for improved legislation has been highlighted by cases such as Victoria Climbié, who was murdered and tortured by her guardians in 2000. Her death led to a public inquiry and produced major changes in child protection policies.
The Act appointed lead councillors for the local child welfare responsibilities. The statutory guidance Working together to Safeguard Children 2006gives advice on how different agencies should work together in order to promote the welfare of the children and young people and how they should work together to safeguard children. This was then updated in 2010 to reflect the law changes and the recommendations in Lord Lamings report. The UN
In groups of three or four, make a list of possible reasons that the actual ending inventory might not agree with the ending inventory according to a computer system. Jason Tierro, an inventory Jason Tierro, an inventory clerk at Lexmar Company, is responsible for taking a physical count of the goods on hand at the end of the year. He has been performing this duty for several years. This year, Jason was very busy due to a shortage of personnel at the company, so he decided to just estimate the amount of ending inventory instead of doing an accurate count. He reasoned that he could come very close to the true amount because of his past experience working with inventory.
502.1 ac 1, 502.2 ac1 – What are the regulation, inspection requirements, codes of practice and conduct and standards and guidance relevant to your role and responsibility in relation to managing, and continuous professional requirements as a manager for yourself and staff team? * National Minimum Standards. * Keys Policies and Procedures * Children’s Home Regulations * Care Standards Act 2000 * Children’s Act 2004 * Health and Safety Act 1974 * Every Child Matters 502.1 ac 2 Analyse potential barriers to professional development What can be the impact of work pressure on the service, provision, and individual and team performance? How should you organise your time and resources to maximize your efficiency and effectiveness as a manager? How and where can you access information, resources and support for your learning and development?
What is the general purpose of the study? What questions does it raise? This study centers on the concern that children, biological parents, and guardians involved in foster care visitations are inadequately prepared. The Familyconnect tool was designed to enrich visitation amongst foster children and their biological parents, as well improve the relationship between foster and biological parents. This study evaluates the effectiveness of the Familyconnect tool.
There wasn’t unanimity on certain issues within the Supreme Court and Lady Hale’s dissent is discussed in depth, as well as problems with the limitation issue. Using previous case law and judicial precedent, I will show how previous domestic and European cases helped influence the Supreme Courts understanding of the very core of the right to education under A2P1 and the social and financial impact of bringing rights home. The Facts The appellant in this case, a 12 year old boy at the beginning of the alleged rights breach, suffered from autism and severe behavioural challenges which made it difficult for him to participate in mainstream education. In January 2002 A’s parents were requested to remove him from the school, on the grounds of Health and Safety, until other, mutually beneficial arrangements could be made for the provision of his education. Concurrently, it was expected that A would receive an urgent residential medical assessment as well as receiving regular course work and speech therapy from the school.
Name: Mr Lee Raistrick Student number: 10436005 Bradford College Safeguarding Assignment Word Count of this assignment: 2637 Introduction This essay will discuss the role of the family in the welfare and nurturing, or potential abuse of, children. It will discuss the different type of abuse and how these can be recognised by professionals. It will then attempt to define safeguarding and discuss relevant legislation in the implementation of safeguarding procedures by professionals. The essay will conclude with the author reflecting on his application of safeguarding principles in his provision. Families When discussing safeguarding children it is important to
Unit 3 Understanding how to safeguard the wellbeing of children and young people 3:1:1 Outline the current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures within Northern Ireland affecting the safeguarding of children and young people Regarding the safeguarding of children, Northern Ireland operates in line with a number of legislative procedures and policies in relation to Europe, Great Britain and within our own government. The most important of these current policies to be aware of for myself as a Classroom Assistant are ‘The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989’ (of which Britain signed up to in 1991), The Children (NI) Order 1995 and the ‘The Data Protection Act 1998’ ‘The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989’sets out the rights which all children and young people up to the age of 18 should have no matter where they live or what their circumstances are. This list of articles to which each country signed up ‘brought together several sets of guidance and provided the basis for many of the standards we maintain with children’ (Meggit, Bruce, Granier 2012) Britain signed up to the treaty in 1991 meaning they fell into line with the expected practices and policies set out in the Treaty; one of the most important being ‘Article 19’, which stated that children’s rights are to be ‘protected from all forms of physical and mental violence, injury or abuse, neglect or negligent treatment, maltreatment or exploitation including sexual abuse by those looking after them.’ Northern Ireland as a part of Great Britain follows the policies of the UN Treaty also, as well as enacting legislation within its own devolved government. The Children (NI) Act 1995 is the overarching legislation on the requirements for professional practice in relation to young people. It has five fundamental principles which all organisations within this country that
“For this assignment, I chose to analyze and comment on a Daycare Business Plan for “The Toddler Warehouse” (http://www.bplans.com/child_care_business_plan/executive_summary_fc.cfm). “We will make good use of the SWOT tool (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) for the overall analysis, and later we comment on the veracity and applicability of the plan for a professional daycare center”. “Strengths – The Toddler Warehouse (TW) will be “a full-service childcare, development facility that cares for toddlers from age three to five.” ” This is a clearly a strength since TW places the idea of “full-service” as predominant in its format and summary”. “TW
Servicing the customer Jarrod Jones MGT/311 January 10, 2012 Paul Blake As a consultant for Riordan Manufacturing, it is our responsibility to seek out areas within Riordan Manufacturing that need development or process improvement. After reviewing Riordan as a business entity there a few areas that could stand to adapt to the future growing potential this business has to offer. The main area of implementation that will be discussed in this paper is the Customer. Customer service can be detrimental to a business, according to Whittaker (2012), “70% of Americans are willing to spend an average