Assignment 205 Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care Assignment composition Assignment overview In this assignment you will demonstrate your understanding of safeguarding adults. You will describe different types of abuse, the signs and symptoms associated with them and what to do if you are aware of or suspect an individual has been abused or you note unsafe practice. You will research failings in care services and explore how best practice can help to keep individuals safe. You will also identify the range of people who may be involved with safeguarding, along with the policies and procedures that govern best safeguarding practice. Tasks There are three tasks to this assignment.
Assignment 204 Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and Social care Assignment composition Assignment overview In this assignment you will demonstrate your understanding of safeguarding adults. You will describe different types of abuse, the signs and symptoms associated with them and what to do if you are aware of or suspect an individual has been abused or you note unsafe practice. You will research failings in care services and explore how best practice can help to keep individuals safe. You will also identify the range of people who may be involved with safeguarding, along with the policies and procedures that govern best safeguarding practice. Tasks There are three tasks to this assignment.
Unit 007 Safeguarding the Welfare of Children and Young People Outcome 1.1 * The Education Act 2002 * Children Act 2004 (Every Child Matters) * Children Act 1989 * Working Together to safeguard children 2006 * What to do if you’re worried that a child is being abused 2006 * Policies which safeguard Outcome 1.2 All adults that work with children have the responsibility to safeguard the welfare of children. Within every setting there is named member of staff with particular responsibility’s for safeguarding children, also known as ‘The safeguarding officer’. All police forces have a ‘Child Abuse Investigation Unit (CAIU)’. Their role is to make the decision whether a crime has been committed and to begin criminal investigation if so. They will gather evidence from settings or other agencies.
Top management must make a commitment to defend against computer crime. Where would the law enforcement agency find expertise in the field of computer crime that they could use to assist with investigations? The National Institute of Justice’s National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center (NLECTC) are a resource for training and preparations for law enforcement agencies. CART-FBI Computer Analysis Response Team- helps in writing, serving search warrants, seizing and entering evidence, they do routine examination of digital evidence for local law enforcements and federal agents. Cyber Incident Detection and Data Analysis Center (CIDDAC) - help protect private sector networks with real time cyber attack detection sensors.
Below is a table outlining whether the agency is internal to the school I am currently at or external and independent to my setting. Your own setting | Another setting | Within my setting there is a safeguarding officer and also the SENco who ensure that the welfare of the children is secure. The Safeguarding officer ensures that the necessary criminal checks are carried out before anybody is allowed to work with the children in the school. The safeguarding officer is also the Pastoral lead and in this role is the person who arranges meetings with parents and carers when a child’s welfare needs to be discussed. The SENco enables all children regardless of their ability or development level to make the most of their education and gives them the opportunity to develop within a safe and secure environment even if they are facing difficulties elsewhere.
Unit 202 safeguarding the welfare of children and young people Outcome One: Know about the legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people including e-safety 1.1 identify the current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people including e-safety 1.2 Describe the roles of different agencies involved in safeguarding the wefare of children and young people Outcome two: Know what to do when children or young people are ill or injured, including emergency procedures 2.1 Identify the signs and symptoms of common childhood illnesses 2.2 Describe the actions to take when children and young people are ill or injured 2.3 Identify circumstances when children and young people might require urgent medical attention 2.4 Describe the actions to take in response to emergency situations including: a) Fires b) Security incidents c) Missing children or young people Outcome three: Know how to respond to evidence or concerns that a child or young person has been abused, harmed or bullied. 3.1 Identify the characteristics and different types of child abuse 3.2 Describe the risks and possible consequences for children and young people using the internet, mobile phones and other technologies 3.3 Describe actions to take in response to evidence or concerns that a child or young person has been abused, harmed (including self harm) or bullied, or maybe at risk of harm, abuse or bullying 3.4 Describe the actions to take in response to concerns that a colleague may be: a) Failing to comply with safeguarding procedures b) Harming, abusing or bullying a child or young person 3.5 Describe the principles and boundaries of confidentiality and when to share
The Disability Discrimination Act -2005-This Act aims to end the discrimination that many disabled people face. The Data Protection Act 1998/2002 -This act covers the confidentially, storage, retrieval and handling of verbal, written and electronic information to protect the rights of the individual Access to Personal Files Act-1987- This act gives you the right to see certain personal information held about you such as health records, medical records, social services records etc. The Children’s Act-2004/2006-This act places more responsibility on local authorities to improve the wellbeing for young people, provide childcare for parents who wish to work, and encompasses the every child matters framework The main features of current employment law are:- Employment rights Act 1996 , Equal pay Act-1975 ,Sex discrimination Act-1975 ,Racial and Religious Hatred Act–2006 Disability discrimination act 2005 Protection from harassment act- 1997 Human rights act-1995 Employment equality act- 2004 National Minimum Wage Act- 2000 and the Working Time Directive-2003 Legislation related to employment exists to combat the exploitation of workers by their employer’s things like the minimum wage, safety standards, holiday entitlements, maternity, redundancy payments, discrimination laws, maximum working hours and age requirements are
I could access information and guidance by reading policy and procedures from my manager or colleagues, look on the internet also could attend more training. 2.2 Explain what actions to take when there are concerns over the recording, storing or sharing of information. If i had concerns i would report to my senior in charge or my manager for example if i went to look at some ones care plan and the cabinet lock was broke i would report it straight away also if someone’s care plan was missing or a piece of information was missing i would also report it straight
Students must abide by the Department of Education and Training's (DET) policies when using the Internet and email services polices, published at: https://www.det.nsw.edu.au/policiesinter/category.do?level=TAFE Students under 18 years of age will be provided with an Information Sheet for parents or guardians to read. This is also available online at: http://www.schools.nsw.edu.au/media/downloads/schoolsweb/adminsupport/schtechnologies/internet/sibe_infosheet.pdf Parents or Guardians of students under 18 years of age will need to inform the student's campus in writing if they DO NOT want their child to have access to the NSW DET Internet and email facility. 7a. Government school student I support this Expression of Interest for placement in a TVET course and confirm my awareness of the travel and/or time matters mentioned in the attached Advice document. I have read the section titled Management of Risk of Harm to Students and Staff at the end of this document.
Also they work with other organisation, such as NSPCC .They all working together to help protect young people wherever they may be. CEOP provide browser tools to children; let the children know how to protect themselves online and the children can report bully and sexual abuse to CEOP. The address for the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre is: Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre 33 Vauxhall Bridge