the current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people, including e-safety. These are as follows Children’s act 1989/2004 Education act 2002 ECM/EYFS E safety 2008 Human rights act Equal opportunities act Safeguarding Health and safety Disability Discrimination act/ SENDA 1.2 * Describe the roles of different agencies involved in safeguarding the welfare of children and young people. Social services- They work in partnership with
about the importance of safeguarding children and young people and procedures for child protection. Everyone who works with children has a duty to keep them safe from abuse Here are the main current legislations, guidelines, policies and procedure. They are put in place for protecting and safeguarding children again abuse. Children Act 1989 This act aims to simplify the laws that protected children and young people in the UK. This makes it clear to all who work with children what their duties are
dose etc. For each young person we have at Amberleigh, they each have their own risk assessment which all staff must follow to ensure that the young person is kept safe and free from harm. This will also help to protect the workers who work alongside the young
TDA 2.2: Safeguarding the welfare of children and young people 1. Know about the legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people including e-safety. To be able to understand what ‘safeguarding’ means you must first understand what ‘child protection’ is. Child Protection = is the process of protecting children/young people who are suffering or who is at risk of suffering significant harm as a result of abuse or neglect.
Are safeguarding procedures effective in supporting people with learning disabilities who are involuntary users of services? Safeguarding is a key role for social workers working with people with learning disabilities. This assignment will consider models of human development and critically analyse factors that impact upon the vulnerability of adults. It will further explore how adults with learning disabilities are oppressed and discriminated against at various levels. Using a practical example
Common Induction Standards (Adult Social Care) Manager’s Guide This workbook has been updated and reviewed with funding from Skills for Care Berkshire, led by Berkshire Care Association in partnership with representatives from: Reading Borough Council, Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, Wokingham Borough Council, Bracknell Forest Council, West Berkshire Council and Bracknell & Wokingham College September 2009 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Standard 1 – Understanding The Principles of
regards to implications on the students’ future. Within the student information systems that are used in the schools employees are becoming careless with students’ data. “The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that protects the privacy interests of students” (National Forum on Education Statistics, 2006, Pg. 2). Employees of the
Standard 1: understanding the principles and values essential for working with children and young people. 1. Principles and values a. Show how you promote the principles and values essential for working with children; young people their families and their carers. .At Clayfields house all children, young people their families and carers are all treated with respect. Families and carers are always updated on children’s or young people’s progress during their time at Clayfields and any