The Impact of War and Conflict on Public Services All of war and conflict impacts heavily on public services. This is especially true for the armed services as they are usually on the frontlines when it comes to trying to resolve conflict and bring peace.
Client The client in this report is Richard Potter. He is a London Black Cab Driver, he was chosen as the client due to the fact he would use the application on a daily basis because his current Taxi Cab does not include a built-in trip computer as standard and one would be helpful to him while at work to give him useful information about his journeys and the vehicle, which he relies on to produce any sort of salary since he is self-employed. His job consists of making journeys of varying lengths between destinations across London and the surrounding boroughs, occasionally on longer journeys outside of the capital such as to Stansted or Gatwick Airport. The application would be built with him in mind, meaning it must be easy and quick to
Statuary sector is an organisation where the money is collected through the government and the money is off an individual through in come tax and national insurance. A example of a statuary sector for asthma is the NHS, if an individual needed to go to A&E because their asthma was life threating, if they are from the UK they would not need to pay for their treatment they would attend the closest hospital to them instead of needing to go to a hospital which could be miles away just so they could afford it. And the nurses, doctors would ask questions about their problem instead of their bank details because they are not paying for the treatment. An example for influenza is GP, some individuals would need to pay for their medication and prescriptions
Coping With Change P1- Discuss factors which affect the development of self-esteem M1- Compare two theories of self-esteem which contribute to our understanding of self-concept The NHS define self-esteem as being the opinion each individual has of themselves. NHS, (2015). It is the self-image and self –respect of an
HIV is communicable disease that is caused by virus. This particular virus attacks the immune system which means people who suffer from HIV find it more difficult to fight of infection than the average person who does not suffer from HIV. This disease can be transmitted by direct contact, generally
Assess the effectiveness of the criminal justice system when dealing with young offenders The criminal justice system approaches young offenders through unique policies to address the challenges of dealing with juvenile offending. They take special care when dealing with juveniles in order to stop them from repeat offending and stop any potential bad behaviour which could result in future. Juveniles have the highest tendency to rehabilitate and most adopt law-abiding lifestyles as they mature. There are several factors influencing juvenile crime including psychological and social pressures unique to juveniles, which may lead to an increase in juvenile’s risks of contact with the criminal justice system.
| Juvenile Corrections | The History, Recidivism Rates, and What Works | | Gina Pardue | Corrections - SPEA J331Dr. Robert Ramsey | 12/12/2012 | | Definition of Juvenile Corrections Juvenile corrections encompasses the portions of the criminal justice system that deal with juvenile offenders. Many of these facilities and programs seem to mirror jails and prisons, but juvenile corrections are not meant for long term sentences. Sometimes sentences for juveniles are only several weeks long. Juvenile corrections also have a strong focus on rehabilitation because studies have shown that juvenile offenders are more prone to rehabilitation than adult offenders. These programs and services were aimed to help to teach
In the UK, it is a must to follow the law of equality whilst employing any person for the job, according to section 159, positive action: Recruitment and selection of equality and anti-discrimination law (Butler, 2016). Therefore, according to this law if a person is having similar qualities and qualifications required as per the job description, is already working with the organisation, the organisation cannot recruit the person from outside and decline the promotion to the employee. If in the Debenhams department store there are more than one employee, who are experienced and eligible for the post of floor manager; it would be unethical and illegal to promote one employee over the other employee. Therefore, an organisation needs to make all
I was wondering if you could contact the residents in 1103 about their two dogs barking?
A resident's name or conditions cannot be discussed with anyone other than the care team. Photos and other personal information can't be shared on social media sites and to maintain privacy and emails containing a resident's personal should not be sent because there is a possibility the email will be sent to the wrong person or someone may have access to your account. Information regarding a resident should only be discussed in person to ensure that only the necessary personnel know. When seeing a resident in public, you should not mention knowing them from a care facility in case they wish to keep that a secret from the person they may be with.
A health service is a service that provides care and is under the NHS. For examples hospitals or a G.P. They provide treatments but also prevent illnesses through health promotions. A social care service is about providing support to individuals to help them get by and who ever needs it such as emotional support or practical support with daily living tasks.
Unit 8: understand health and safety in the social care sector Outcome 1 A list of the key legislation relating to health and safety in a social care setting- · Health and Safety at work Act 1974 · Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulation
Unit 22... Understanding the Context of Supporting Individuals with Learning Disabilities. 1.1 Identify Legislation and policies that are designed to promote the human rights, inclusion, equal life chances and citizenship of individuals with learning disabilities. Human Rights Stereotyping labelling
Potential threats that we possibly can have are: 1. Drunken people coming in 2. Drug pushers trying to get in and sell their drugs inside 3. Overcrowding 4. People bringing weapons in M1. Explain Explain how the types of security measures work to contribute to maintain the security of people, premises and property.
Describe the social implications of business ethics facing Marks and Spencer in its different areas of activity. Ethics must be global, not local. In order to build a truly great global business the leaders need to bring forward a global standard of ethical practices. The only way to build a great global