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  • Induction Standards For Those Working With Children, Young People And Families. A USER FRIENDLY SUMMARY OF THE REQUIREMENTS Part Four Of Our Seven Part Guide
  • Standard 4 – Know how to communicate effectively
    • WHAT YOU ARE EXPECTED TO KNOW OR UNDERSTAND
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    • You will be expected to show that you know about communication, what helps and hinders communication and how to use it effectively.
    • You will be expected to know and use different forms of communication
    • You will be expected to understand the importance of good record keeping and how you can make use of and keep records appropriately.
  • Standard 4 – Know how to communicate effectively
    • MAIN AREAS AND OUTCOMES
    • ENCOURAGE COMMUNICATION
    • ===============================================================
    • Show that you understand the children and young people that you work with, particularly their views and feelings
    • Respond appropriately to what children and young people are communicating to you (in speech, in writing, with body language and so on)
    • Communicate with children and young people in clear, jargon-free language, without patronising them.
    • Help children and young people to make their decisions.
  • Standard 4 – Know how to communicate effectively
    • MAIN AREAS AND OUTCOMES
    • KNOWING ABOUT COMMUNICATION
    • ===============================================================
    • Know about and describe effective ways of communicating with children, young people and their families.
    • Show how you use effective communication in your work
    • Know about the main barriers to communicating with children and young people
  • Standard 4 – Know how to communicate effectively
    • MAIN AREAS AND OUTCOMES
    • COMMUNCATION WITH PARENTS AND CARERS
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    • Know when to provide information to parents and carers
    • Understand how to raise concerns with parents and carers in appropriate way
    • Respond appropriately to what parents and carers are communicating to you
    • When making decisions about the children and young people you work with, consult their parents and carers (if appropriate)
  • Standard 4 – Know how to communicate effectively
    • MAIN AREAS AND OUTCOMES
    • PRINCIPLES OF KEEPING GOOD RECORDS
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    • Show a basic understanding of the importance of keeping accurate records
    • Know the purpose of each re cord or report you use in your work
    • Know how to record information that is understandable, relevant, clear and concise, factual and can be checked
    • Share the information you record with the relevant young people, children, parents and carers
    • Understand and explain the difference between observation facts, information gained from others, and opinion
    • Know about formally assessing need and the frameworks that apply to your setting