Exercise---Effective-Communication,-Level-8

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					Key Capabilities: Workshop Pack Exercises

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION The under-noted is a Key Capability which can be met both in the Practice learning Opportunity and University Level 9 Students should be able to communicate directly with children, young people and parents/carers using skills to elicit and impart relevant information. For example, responding to enquiries, taking and acting on referrals, talking to children in families they are working with. This includes accurate recording of information (knowing what to include and what to leave out.) This involves use of appropriate IT systems. Any recording should differentiate between fact and opinion. (Page 11)

In your group consider:     How might you embed this KC? What might the challenges be and how can they be overcome? What do you want the outcomes to be for the service user? How might the student be assessed?

KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING The under-noted is a Key Capability which can be met both in the Practice Learning Opportunity and University Level 9 Students should develop their understanding of child care and protection in a changing context demonstrating how they have applied this to their practice. Students also need to demonstrate a critical understanding of how current social developments can influence policy and practice in relation to child care and protection…. (Page 23)

In your group consider:     How might you embed this KC? What might the challenges be and how can they be overcome? What do you want the outcomes to be for the service user? How might the student be assessed?

PROFESSIONALLY CONFIDENT AND COMPETENT The under-noted is a Key Capability which can be met both in the Practice Learning Opportunity and University: Level8 Students need to become increasingly responsible for managing their own learning. For example, students might be asked to investigate what child protection procedures apply to a range of organisations, or whether different authorities have supervision policies. Every student going on practice learning opportunities should have read that agency’s child protection procedures and be able to demonstrate that they are clear as to their responsibility (and its limits). Page 31

In your group consider:     How might you embed this KC? What might the challenges be and how can they be overcome? What do you want the outcomes to be for the service user? How might the student be assessed?

PROFESSIONALLY COMPETENT AND CONFIDENT The under-noted is a Key Capability which could be met within both a practice Learning opportunity and university: Level 10 Students should be able to demonstrate to practice teachers and HEI’s that they are clear about their professional role and responsibilities and when they need to share information with other professionals to protect a child. (Page 34) In your group consider:     How might you embed this KC? What might the challenges be and how can they be overcome? What do you want the outcomes to be for the service user? How might the student be assessed?

VALUES AND ETHICAL PRACTICE The under-noted is a Key Capability which can be met both in the Practice Learning Opportunity and University: Level 10 Students need to demonstrate that they are aware of their own personal values in relation to child care and protection and if necessary can separate these from their practice to ensure they respond professionally. Students need to demonstrate that where there is a conflict between their personal and professional values, they can use supervision effectively to address this. (Page 44) In your group consider:     How might you embed this KC? What might the challenges be and how can they be overcome? What do you want the outcomes to be for the service user? How might the student be assessed?


				
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