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    Induction Standards Part Five Induction Standards Part Five Presentation Transcript

    • Induction Standards For Those Working With Children, Young People And Families. A USER FRIENDLY SUMMARY OF THE REQUIREMENTS Part Five Of Our Seven Part Guide
    • Standard 5 – Understand the development of children and young people
      • WHAT YOU ARE EXPECTED TO KNOW OR UNDERSTAND
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      • You need to show that you know and understand the development, behaviour and special needs of the children and young people that you work with.
      • You will be expected to show that you understand these needs and can work with and promote the child or young person’s learning or development.
    • Standard 5 – Understand the development of children and young people
      • MAIN AREAS AND OUTCOMES
      • ATTACHMENT AND STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT
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      • Have a basic understanding of how children of all ages form attachments, and how these attachments affect their development.
      • Understand the important developmental needs of the children and young people you work with.
    • Standard 5 – Understand the development of children and young people
      • MAIN AREAS AND OUTCOMES
      • SUPPORTING PLAY ACTIVITIES AND LEARNING
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      • Know how to encourage learning and development in the children and young people you work with
      • Explain how play, hobbies and interests are important in children’s and young people’s learning and development
      • Explain the importance of setting appropriate routines for children and young people
    • Standard 5 – Understand the development of children and young people
      • MAIN AREAS AND OUTCOMES
      • OBSERVATION AND JUDGEMENT
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      • Know the purpose of observing a child’s or young person’s behaviour
      • Understand why children and young people you work with might behave in unexpected ways
    • Standard 2 – Understand your role as a worker (employed or self-employed)
      • MAIN AREAS AND OUTCOMES
      • UNDERSTANDING CONTEXTS
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      • Understand the importance of seeing a child or young person you work with as part of a wider family, caring or social network.
      • Understand the contribution family, caring and social networks make to the development of children young people.
    • Standard 2 – Understand your role as a worker (employed or self-employed)
      • MAIN AREAS AND OUTCOMES
      • TRANSITIONS
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      • Understand what transition means in relation to the children and young people you work with.
      • Understand the significant milestones which mark transition in the lives of the children and young people you work with.
      • Know how the children and young people you work with respond to the social changes they face in their lives
      • Understand how to support individual children and young people through transition
    • Standard 5 – Understand the development of children and young people
      • MAIN AREAS AND OUTCOMES
      • SUPPORTING DISABLED CHILDREN AND CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS
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      • Know what the social model of disability means in relation to your work
      • Understand the needs of children and young people who are disabled or have learning difficulties
      • Understanding the need to adapt activities and experiences so individual children and young people can take part.
      • Understand how you might support children and young people with special educational needs, and their families, in relation to your work.