Introduction to custodial care


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    1. 1. Unit 21 Custodial Care Services<br />Introduction to the unit<br />
    2. 2. The aim of this lesson is to inform you of the content and structure of the unit including my expectations<br />Aim<br />
    3. 3. By the end of the lesson learners will:<br />Know the key content of the unit<br />Made notes of assignment date<br />Understand how work is to be submitted<br />Made a Committed to their tutor<br />Objectives<br />
    4. 4. On completion of the unit learners should:<br />Know the security measures employed in a custodial environment<br />Know how control is maintained in the custodial environment<br />Understand the receiving & discharging procedure for individuals and their property <br />Understand how offenders can build positive relationships in custody<br />Learning outcomes<br />
    5. 5. Assignments <br />
    6. 6. All work must be submitted Via Moodle using the online assignment block.<br />At 1600hrs on the deadline date Moodle will lock access, preventing you to upload any work<br />Assignment must conform to the task requirement. If your work is referred a new date will be set<br />If you wish to improve any grades then a date will be set to complete this in<br />All work that is plagiarised will be marked as a failed<br />Assignment work and submission<br />
    7. 7. Different methods will be used in my teaching and your learning.<br />Glossary<br />Chats<br />Journals<br />Online assignments<br />Moodle activities<br />
    8. 8. Log on to the custodial care moodle site<br />Click on enrol me<br />Task 1<br />Click on prison jargon and slang journal. Identify at least 5 slang word or prison jargon then give its true meaning<br />Task 2<br />Click on commitment to work, <br />click on I agree to work or I don’t agree to work<br />Practical activity<br />
    9. 9. During this unit you will be set on line activities as part of your studies.<br />All of these task are compulsory and must be completed.<br />all of these task will be moodle related and checked by myself and feedback given online<br />Personal Accountable Learning<br />
    10. 10. During the course I will use three different methods of communication<br />Verbal information in class<br />txttools via your mobile phone. <br />(Complete the list with your mobile number if you want communication this way)<br />Email (all of your assignment feedback will be on email please check it)<br />Communication<br />
    11. 11. The college is now using an e-portfolio which means your work can be stored online<br />Click onto Maraha link on the right hand column of your Moodle page, then log in with your college ID and Password<br />E-Portfolio<br />
    12. 12. Your first lesson will be on the Physical security elements within a prison<br />Look forward<br />