| Protection From Harm Or Danger | Both the service user and the service provider have the right to be in a safe environment. Both should be protected from harm, this can be done in many ways such as having the right amount of staff. | To Be Treated Equally And Not Discriminated Against | Equality is where every individual is treated equally no matter what their age, gender, culture, nationality, etc, and that everyone is given equal opportunities and is not discriminated against. | The Right To Confidentiality | Service providers have lots of confidential information of the service users and
1.1 | Summarise the core values and principles of youth work and how it may differ from other youth related services? | a) Bullet point - How do youth workers support young people? * Provide social, emotional and political education. * Act as positive role models so they can inspire young people. * Empower young people to take action on issues that affect them and to make changes in their own lives.
Benefits of Foster Care Foster care has been around for many years, but has anybody really asked themselves how it benefits a child? Having a dream of becoming a social worker here in the near future, is a great motivation to learn how many kids need help from a social worker. Foster care was established by the English law in the 1562. ("A Brief History of the United States Foster Care System") Its intent was to get kids that came from poor families into homes that belonged to wealthy families. These kids that were placed into foster care were allowed to leave when they became of age.
Task 1: Write an explanation of: * what it means to have a duty of care in own work role * How duty of care contributes to the safeguarding or protection of individuals Duty of care is a requirement and obligation that a person in a caring role has to make sure that others are taken care of and not harmed. It includes watching out for potential hazards and trying to prevent mistakes and accidents. It is important because of a duty of care is not met then the responsible person can be held accountable if things go wrong. A carer in early years has a duty of care to protect the children in their care by following the legislation and the policies and procedures that are in place at the workplace. Policies and procedures are put in place so that there are rules and boundaries to make sure that people know how to work in the setting and what is expected of them to prevent harm and danger to others in the work setting.
Discuss why a model of social pedagogy for work with children, young people and families may be beneficial. What barriers may there be for implementing this model in the UK? Social pedagogy is a system of theory, practice and training that teaches the use of hands, head and heart when dealing with children and young people. Social pedagogues are trained to engage with children using emotional awareness and genuine empathy. It is a holistic approach to caring for children which combines education with care and recognises that we all have a shared responsibility when it comes to caring for children, young people and adults.
E1 * Working together to safeguard children 2010 * Framework for the assessment of children and their families 2000 * Special educational needs and disability act 2001 * The Children Act 2004 * The Equality Act 2010 E2 Working together to safeguard children 2010 is influenced in working practise because this piece of legislation protects children from abuse and neglect because if they spot any signs they have procedures that they will need to follow of trying to solve what is happening. This is also influenced in working practise because you have to make sure that they are safe in the setting. Framework for the assessment of children and their families 2000 is influenced in working practise because this piece of legislation
Introduction: This essay will outline Child Protection as area of practice and the common issues for affected children as well as families and carers. Social workers have a personal commitment to engage in ethical practice which in turn will lead to ethical behaviour (reference). Ethical principles and values are set in place for child protection practitioners to assist with making critical judgment and decisions for each case. The AASW Code of ethics, principle and character based ethics as well as values specifically related to child protection will be outlined and further discussed. Human rights and social justice frameworks plays a big part in the motivation for the action social workers take which can be justified by these frameworks.
1a To support pupils effectively, I need to have a very clear structure of the school I work within and what my job role would be. to be a good communicator and enjoy working along and with others this is vital to be able to share thoughts and ideas with others and to do so comfortable, another area would be to use your own initiative so we can be able to decide for ourselves and how to use their time if the teacher is not always available, respect confidentiality- it is our responsibility and is an essential criteria to maintain this as if you have been given details concerning a child or family this is personal, being sensitive to children’s needs it is important to judge how much to give support to a child whilst still encouraging children’s independence, to have good listening skills we will need this to offer a sympathetic nature when needed, be willing to undertake training for personal development to improve yourself and as your role may change during your time there, be firm but fair with children - children will quickly realise if an adult is not able to set fair boundaries of behaviour. Adults should always ensure that when they start working with children they make these boundaries clear, enjoy working with children with a sense of humour assistants will need to be able to see the funny side of working with children. 1b Each work role will have its own set of standards there is a list of standards for classroom teachers and there are also standards for school support staff depending on their role in order to gain your qualification you will have to go through this with your line manger to make sure you meet the requirements. The National occupational standards of teaching assistants offer guidance on the wider aspects of competent performance.
It is important that children are listened to and their wishes are taken into account alongside physical and emotional needs, age, sex, background and circumstances. Family links should be maintained, either through visits or by means of other forms of contact. Both parents are important, and attachments should be respected, sustained and developed. The law does not distinguish between married and unmarried as long as both parents have a parental responsibility. Young people under the age of 18 are classed as a child.