Acceptable Use Policy covers the provisions for network etiquette,the limitation to the users of network and a clear and precise extents of privacy of members. Acceptable User Policies contains examples that show the importance of the policy in real-world situations. AUP is commonly known to organizations that offer network services for example schools or companies. The policy is mainly used in protection of young people that are majorly vunerable to inappropriate language usage, pornography and pornographic content, and other adult contents. Under large bussiness corporations, the scope expands to include other factors such as safe-guarding business legal and transactional interests.
(c)Enhanced disclosure with Barred List Check. Schools must also ensure that any adults (including cleaners and caretakers) or volunteers in the workplace do not have unsupervised access to children unless they have been DBS checked. Schools need to ensure that they provide children and young people with a happy safe environment to learn and develop, with trusted and supportive adults. Practitioners need to actively promote the well-being and welfare of every child. This includes providing a wide range of activities to promote development through play as well as formal learning.
3.Explain how standards inform reflective practice in adult social care Standards inform reflective practice by informing own learning, helping one to think about professional accountability, enabling professional development, providing a way of identifying what is required for good practice. Standards may include code of practice, regulations, essential standards and National Occupational standards. 4. Describe how own values, beliefs systems and experiences may affect working practice Own values, beliefs systems and experience may affect working practice by preventing conflict with others, favouring those who share your values, beliefs systems and experiences, fostering understanding of others’ views and perspectives, and improving communication with others. 5.
Assessment task – CYP 3.4 Support children and young people’s health and safety Important: Within the evidence for the tasks below where relevant you also need to show examples of how you embed the knowledge into your own /the settings practice. Please remember you must show your own knowledge and practice do not copy what is in your research materials. Plagiarism is taken seriously. Providing a safe environment for children and young people requires knowledge of understanding of hazards and an ability to assess and manage risk. Task 1 links to learning outcome 1, assessment criteria 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4.
UNIT 008 1. Key aspects of legislation acts is The Equality Act (2006) recognizes inclusiveness by respecting the right of learners to attend and participate, regardless of the gender, race, ethnic origin, religion, disability sexual orientation or age. Other relevant legislation include The Disability Discrimination act (1995) , The Sex Discrimination act (1975), The Race Relation Act (1976), The Equal Pay Act (1970), The human rights acts (1998) and The Health and Safety at work (1974) Act. "Learners are entitled to learn in a safe and healthy environment". As a tutor working in the adult education sector it is beneficial for me to have knowledge of legislations applicable to teaching, such as The Data Protection Act (1998), which governs the protection of personal data of my learners.
1.Understand own role and responsibilities in lifelong learning. 1.1 Summarise key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relating to own role and responsibilities. Legislation requires us to act according to the law set by an Act of Parliament. This is a legal requirement and any breaches of any such act can result in court action. A Code of Practice or sometimes known as Code of Conduct, is one which has been set by an employer, to ensure the correct behaviour of employees and that company procedures are followed.
Describe why Schools have policies and procedures All schools follow certain rules and procedures for the smooth and day to day running of school matters and to make sure that pupil receive quality education. Policies help define rules, regulations, procedures and protocols for schools. Schools policies are there for several reasons. • To establish rules and regulations for acceptable behaviours • To ensure that the school environment is safe for pupil • To create a productive learning environment • To make sure that the school environment is also safe for the teachers and other staff. Policies are oftenly created by the governing bodies of the school in order for rules and regulations to be in place and enforced.
Therefore COSHH (control of substances hazardous to health) regulations are paramount to the safe storage, handling and use of chemicals such as oxide, which is used a developer in eyelash tinting. The Data Protection Act (1998; amended in 2003) 'made provision for the regulation of the processing of information relating to individuals, including the obtaining, holding, use or disclosure of such information.' As a tutor it is a requirement to keep a progression file on each student, that may include sensitive information collected for example at interview stage. It is a responsibility that all data must be stored appropriately, preferably on a password protected computer, or locked storage cabinet. Only limited individuals may have access to this information.
An educator should constantly be revising lesson plans and expanding their own knowledge in order to deliver an optimal learning experience for the students. Incorporating guidelines to educate students without bias into a code of ethics ensures that students receive equal treatment in the classroom. An educator’s primary concern should be the physical and mental well being of the student. This being said, it is the responsibility of the educator to be vigilant of a student’s physical and emotional behavior while in the classroom. Child abuse is a dilemma that may be encountered when working as a professional educator in the school system.
CU3812: Understanding own role and responsibilities in lifelong learning 1. Summarise key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relating to own role and responsibilities My role is to understand my responsibilities within legislation, regulatory and codes of practise. The key regulatory bodies are the health & safety at work act 1974, equal opportunities and discrimination. My role as a tutor is to promote and adhere to these rules and to ensure that the people I deal with also understand these codes of practice. Other responsibilities are the Data Protection 1998, Safeguard Vulnerable Groups Act 2006, Every Child Matters and The Copyright Act.