As a Manager it is important to keep your skills, knowledge and practice up to date at all times and this can be achieved by using findings from research, critical reviews and enquiries regards social care. The care we provide must be safe and effective. By looking at the evidence, making a professional judgement, then applying the knowledge when making decisions regards your own practice, we can ensure the care we deliver is done so in a safe way and in a way we are able to account for our actions. It is important that you are able to pass any knowledge gained to your staff to ensure their work is also carried out in a safe and accountable way. It is important for all who work in social care to be able to apply their knowledge.
The importance of the practice or rehearsals conducted by the crisis team helps staff consider the kind of questions that might arise proactively and resolve them as a team. Effective crisis preparedness plans must include staff training that focuses on both planning and team procedures. This practice is important because it allows the team to make distinctions quickly and efficiently between the kinds of events that could affect an entire school community. This training is also important because it allows the team to build a partnership among the participants, so each member knows what job or jobs they are responsible for assuming during a crisis without having to be told each step to complete. These rehearsal drills must involve hypothetical
‘Having a voice, having a choice’. Children have the right to take part not only giving opinions but choosing their agenda and making their own decisions. Children and young people’s participation is to make sure that all views are heard and valued in the taking of decisions which affect them, to make sure they are supported in making positive contribution to their schools and local community. It is important to focus on all of the rules relating to child protection and safeguarding, confidentiality and data protection. It is important that all children and young people are involves ad take part in a wide range of decision making
Madeline response to Jill, I agree it is important to follow each section to have a clear idea of the objective we must meet to reach the target instructional goal. Because an objective is the foundation upon which to build the lesson and assessments that prove the overall course outcome. Stating a clear objective is important because they give you a solid foundation for designing relevant instructional materials. When you develop a learning object, a lesson or a learning activity, you have to define what you want the students to learn and how you will know that they learned. Instructional objectives, also called behavioral objectives or learning objectives are a requirement for high-quality development of instruction.
This means they are responsible for the safety of children, young people and also the staff. There should be a clear ‘lines of responsibility’ for all workers etc to read in order for them to know who they must report to with any important information and to be accountable for. 1.2- Explain how to monitor and maintain the awareness of risks and hazards- It is important that we maintain a safe environment in order to be aware and prevent accidents that may occur depending on the following factors: The environment- When children attend a setting or a house that may not be for children they are going to come across more hazards than they usually do as child aware places are more aware and take out health and safety precautions. These may be trailing wires, loose rugs, cupboards with no locks, no baby gates etc. These are not thought of being made safely secured as children are not usually within the
Formal induction is designed to help individuals within their roles and ensure that staff have access to the specific areas of knowledge that will support them within their role. Incorporating safeguarding training in the induction process it ensures that new members of staff are aware of their role and responsibilities regards safeguarding prior to commencing working on their own. Individual agencies are responsible for ensuring that all staff, paid or unpaid, are competent and confident in carrying out their responsibilities in safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the resident. Induction should signpost safeguarding and safe practice. Staff should: • Have a clear understanding of their individual and organisations roles and responsibilities
Therefore, supervisors should be carefully selected for their ability to demonstrate practical, humanistic, and conceptual skills in interpersonal communication and law enforcement practice. They should also be chosen because they have demonstrated the requisite nature and
Carr (1995; Rushton and Suter, 2012) mentioned that education and training are part of the world, and grasp the complexities and deal with the challenges, teachers should be encouraged to critically reflect on their learning and practice. Every definition of the reflective practice contained their own meaning but, they have the same purpose which is to have the understanding of the past, present and future. It is very important to be implementing for the practitioner to know better about the children. The practitioner also might have met different frameworks for reflection that they can choose to use in their own reflective activities (Jasper, 2013). This shows that with reflective practice, they will be functioning as reflective practitioners in the entire context which they
It is also important to be sensitive to the reactions of parents and help them see the value of professional development by involving them in professional development planning that is linked to improved techniques of education. Guardians should be kept notified of the professional time as it relates to their pupil’s
In the report he mainly recommends that social services and other professionals are given appropriate training to do their job in correct manner. Like this the informations which are related to childâ€TMs safety are correctly handled and shared between agencies to promote childrenâ€TMs welfare. All schools in England apart from the main legislation (which I mentioned above) must follow policies and procedures set by their Local Safeguarding Children Boards. I can mentioned for example Framework for the Assessment of Children in Need and Their Families 2000 (providing understanding and recording what happening to CYP within their families) or Working Together to Safeguard