Unit 5 1.1 Importance of positive relationships with children and young people It is important to have a positive relationship with children in a nursery setting so that they feel comfortable coming in and to help understand how they learn best; It also helps to build a positive relationship with parents/ careers when the child is well settled in the setting. When staff have a close bond with the children it makes it easier for them to know the child's strengths and weaknesses. This helps staff to recognises how they should react to the child's emotions and understand their facial expressions; which will help them to react in the correct/ effective way, to help the child. In regards to children with learning difficulties, if the staff member doesn't have a positive relationship or close bond with the child, then they would not be able to work alongside the child. Especially when external companies come in to help children with slower development, when the key worker is with them they may feel more comfortable around the ‘stranger’ which will be help the child in their development and the external person. The most important way to build a positive relationship may just be a simple smile to begin with, especially for baby's. And for older children a simple ‘how are you today’ will make them feel comfortable around the staff. 1.3 Own effectiveness in building relationships with children and young people Building a relationship with children is important in the setting as it makes the child feel comfortable and helps build their self-esteem. This will then help them develop further, within all areas of learning. It is important to gets to know the child and see how the they learn and express their emotions, but the child will only let you see this when they are comfortable in the surroundings. A child will only come to you for comfort when they are ready, you can't force a child in to a…
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Unit 8: Leading E-Strategy
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Unit 4: Workshop Activity 1
Health and Safety Legislation
The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (HASWA)
Every person which is employed has to have legal responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. ‘This means that employers must meet certain rules to make sure people are safe in their place of work.’ (Tassoni et al 2007:161). Employers must be careful that the risk will be low at all times for everyone. SO when you are working as a practitioner, it…
To provide an efficient, well run person centred service I have to work with many different professionals from different agencies and organisations. It is an important part of my role as manager to work in partnership with others as it means that we have the chance to share our knowledge and skills but also observe that of other professionals and extend their knowledge and skills at the same time. To work effectively with professionals as a manager I need to
Unit 5 – Safeguarding
Define the following types of abuse:
-Physical abuse- is an act of another party involving contact intended to cause feelings of physical pain, injury, or other physical suffering or bodily harm. Physical abuse has been described among animals too. Children are the victims of physical abuse, but adults can be the sufferers too.
- Sexual abuse- is any sort of non-consensual sexual contact, sexual abuse can happen to men or women or any age, sexual abuse by a partner/intimate…
In this task, I will provide some solutions with justification to the cash flow forecast of ABC business as identified above.
1. Credit sales
Solutions for ABC could be that if they manage their credit sales accordingly they can ensure that debtors can pay quickly. ABC have to set up an analysis of the credit and cash sales, this may lead to the company to limit their credit sales. Furthermore ABC can try debt factoring and this is a service which allows them…
HIST 1025 Unit 5: Depression, New Deal, and Global War
According to Lee (1984), the 1929 Wall Street crash led to an implosion of activities on the financial markets. Many countries affected simultaneously all around the world. There were drastic decline in output, unemployment and acute deflation in almost every country of the world. Lee (1984) further explains that the depression was caused by a number of causes among which includes; Declines in consumer products demand…
5 Introduction to Duty of Care in Health, Social Care or Children and Young People's Settings
1 Understand the meaning of duty of care
1.1 Define the term ‘duty of care'
A duty of care is a moral or legal obligation given to carers requiring that they provide good quality care. As a carer it is my responsibility to care for vulnerable adults and ensure their needs are being met to the best of my ability. I provide care by putting the individuals’ best interests first, this includes protecting them…
UNIT 5 ASSIGNMENT 5.1
Enhances Interior Gateway Routing Protocol; EIGRP is an enhanced distance vector protocol, relying on the Diffused Update Algorithm (DUAL) to calculate the shortest path to a destination within a network.
EIGRP is an advance distance vector protocol, one of its core strengths is its fast network convergence capabilities, unlike other routing protocols EIGRP keeps feasible successor routes right into the routing table, this allows…
UNIT 5 LECTURE 5
H Y B R I D O R B I TA L S
VALENCE – BOND THEORY
• While the discussions we have had about bonding
has been correct, how can we explain this using
• Valence Bond Theory – Atoms bond when
electron densities are concentrated between the
two atoms nuclei. Bonding occurs when valence
orbitals of each atom overlap.
• Draw the Lewis structure for CF4. Predict the
electron domain geometry and the molecular
geometry of the compound.