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Faculty of Applied Studies
CACHE
Level 1 Diploma in Introduction to Health,
Social Care and Children’s and Young
People’s Settings
Faculty of Applied Studies
Welcome to Fareham College, the Health, and Care and
Early Years department and to the Level 1 course.
The purpose of this handbook is to outline the structure of
the course and to introduce you to college life and
expectations.
We hope that you enjoy the course and find it interesting
and rewarding.
We like to have fun learning and believe your education
experience will shape your future enthusiasm to study.
The team not only lecture but promote the management
of your own learning. We are excited about giving you the
skills to be independent learners, seeking us for support
and guidance when participated in student centred
activities. We also stress that adequate time keeping,
interpersonal skills and team work are essential during
your time here as these are all qualities needed in
achieving your short, medium and long term goals.
Although this may sound daunting and very different from
your previous learning experiences, we promise to assist
you in any way we can to shape your future.
Diane Amey
Level 1 Course Leader
01329 815167 diane.amey@fareham.ac.uk
Steph Couper
Level 1 Lecturer
01329 815167 stephanie.couper@fareham.ac.uk
Faculty of Applied Studies
You are studying the Level 1 Introduction to Health, Social
Care and Children’s and Young People’s Settings course.
You will be given the opportunity to explore various topics
that will stretch your knowledge and develop your skills
and awareness of health, social care and children’s and
young people’s settings. When finishing this course you
could progress to a Level 2 programme or an
apprenticeship.
At the end of the course booklet is a topic overview
outlining the units that will be covered and advising you of
the assignment dates. There are also guidelines on the
preparation we expect you to do before the unit starts.
Faculty of Applied Studies
We expect certain behaviour to be followed to make your
learning and the learning of your peers more enjoyable.
We also expect a certain level of behaviour that reflects
your future ambitions as professionals.
This is why the following rules must be adhered to:
• Mobile phones must be on silent or switched off in
class unless discussed previously with lecturer
• Do not bring food into the lecture areas
• Do not wear headphones unless agreed with your
lecturer
• All personal items such as bags should be stowed
appropriately in lecture rooms
• Health and Safety should be adhered to at all times,
e.g. no standing on tables
• Abusive, foul or discriminatory language to either
lecturing staff or your peers will not be accepted and
may constitute bullying. If this occurs disciplinary
procedures may be instigated by the faculty
• Although you can meet other learners in the campus
areas between the blocks we must remind you that
people in surrounding areas can hear you. You must
refrain from shouting or using abusive and
discriminatory language while on the campus. Non
Fareham College students should not be on the
campus.
• As a future professional may we remind you to dress
appropriately in your college uniform while on site,
as you may have to attend interviews for work
placement at short notice.
• Please read a copy of our vision and commitments
this can be found in the corridor in D building.
Faculty of Applied Studies
We have a commitment to providing you with any extra
help you might need in completing your studies, from
printing your handouts on the colour paper you find
easiest to read to arranging a Learning Support Assistant
to help you in lectures.
Please speak to your personal tutor or course leader if you
think you need any extra help. There is a Study Centre
based in the iLRC where support assistants are available
to help with your studies and during your directed study
time. There is also a quiet room which is accessible via the
Study Centre.
If you need any assistance with finance we have a
Student Services Team who can help.
We strive to have high levels of attendance at Fareham
College. In the department we expect 97% attendance
over the whole academic year. In the event of you having
to be absent, you or your legal guardian must contact the
main reception on 01329 815200 as early as possible. You
must also provide either the administration officer or your
course tutor with a letter from your legal guardian
confirming this. Attendance is strictly monitored
unauthorised absences may result in disciplinary
procedure against you.
Faculty of Applied Studies
There are breaks built into your timetable. You can use
the restaurants that are located on the ground floor of C
Building
You need to make sure you are not late back from your
breaks. If you are late you may miss valuable information.
You may also risk disciplinary action if you are persistently
late to lessons.
Please use the smoking areas provided on the campus. Do
not smoke outside these areas.
A DBS check is a requirement of the course. This is a
criminal records check and this is to ensure you are
suitable to work with children and vulnerable people. If
you do not have a clear record and have any criminal
convictions you may be unable to continue on your
course.
Please make yourself familiar with the policies about
conduct whilst on college campus. These are available on
the intranet. Please remember you have signed your
learner agreement to declare you will adhere to these.
Faculty of Applied Studies
The work you do during your course may be assessed in a
variety of manners including written essays,
presentations, role plays and portfolios as appropriate.
Although this may sound better than a final exam, it is
important that you submit the work as requested by your
lecturer on time as failure to do so can result in you falling
behind or even disciplinary procedures being
implemented. It is therefore extremely important that any
concerns you have over assignment work is discussed
with the lecturer who is handing out the assignment as
soon as possible.
Throughout the course you will have a variety of formative
assessment deadlines to meet when submitting your
coursework and this will help you to organise your
learning. Please note the college policy states that there is
a three week turn around on the marking of assignments.
Extensions of up to two weeks may be granted in
exceptional cases (e.g. ill-health or learning difficulty or
disability) when appropriate evidence (e.g. a medical
certificate) has been provided and negotiation has taken
place.
An extension can only be granted once the reasons are
discussed with your lecturer. Paperwork will be completed
for this to show the awarding body.
If you do not agree with the assessment decision of the
person marking your work, you can appeal. A slightly
abridged version of the assessment appeals procedure is
included at the back of this booklet.
Faculty of Applied Studies
Plagiarism can be defined as copying someone else’s work
as your own. This is regarded as a serious academic
“offence” and can result in a disciplinary procedure being
taken out on you.
There are different types and different degrees of
plagiarism - and it is often difficult to know whether you
are breaking the rules or not. Below is a simple list of
things that count as plagiarism:
• Copying directly from a text, word-for-word
• Using an attractive phrase or sentence you have
found somewhere
• Using text downloaded from the Internet
• Paraphrasing the words of a text very closely
• Borrowing statistics from another source or person
• Copying from the essays or the notes of another
student
• Downloading or copying pictures, photographs, or
diagrams without acknowledging your sources
www.mantex.co.uk/samples/plgrsm
It can be difficult to not plagiarise, which is why you
should seek the assistance of the subject lecturer who will
advise you how to quote text correctly and rephrase
things in your own words.
Faculty of Applied Studies
Every week you will have tutorial sessions with your
personal tutor.
Tutorials happen as a group and on a 1:1 basis. During
tutorials you will be exploring a range of topics to assist
you with your studies but also everyday life skills.
From observing your performance in college we will be
able to put the correct support in place for you should you
require it. If at any time you feel you are struggling, it is
important you inform your tutor so we can be there for
you or refer you if we need to.
Fareham College believe it is important to work in
partnership with yourselves, and your family for you to
get the best out of your course. You will have regular
1:1’s to discuss your performance.
Every term a progress report will be produced for your
family to read so they are able to see how you are
performing on your course. There will be no surprises in
your report as your progress and targets will be discussed
with you weekly by your tutor.
There is a Fareham Oracle framework on which there is
information about your course and content from lessons
will be posted on there. Your assignments will be loaded
onto the Oracle system.
Faculty of Applied Studies
Functional Skills are a fundamental component of the
course you are studying and require compulsory
attendance on your part. These are a nationally
recognised set of awards that are based around the skills
you require to gain entry to the national workforce.
Although this may sound daunting, Functional Skills are
already embedded within your main course of study.
If you wish to progress onto Level 2 you will need to pass
your functional skills at Level 1 or gain a GCSE grade D in
English and maths.
Fareham College 01329 815200
Attendance Line 01329 815393
Health, Care and Early Years Department 01329 815167
Course Team Leader Level 1
diane.amey@fareham.ac.uk
Course Team Leader Skills Academy
Early Years Lecturer Level 1
stephanie.couper@fareham.ac.uk
Head of Department Michelle Young 01329 815325
Michelle.young@fareham.ac.uk
Faculty of Applied Studies
Lever arch file for course notes
Uniform- Polo shirt
Text book
Pens/highlighters
Paper
Memory stick to save work
Plastic wallets to hand work in
Dividers
Faculty of Applied Studies
Identify To select and list appropriate items
from the information that you have
been given or collected
Describe To paint a picture in words
Demonstrate To deliver in a practical way/method
Interpret To define the meaning
Explain To give reasons and/or the procedure
for the ‘how’ of a situation
You could introduce a topic and then
provide further details to show the
depth of your knowledge and skills
Investigate
/explore
To examine a topic from all angles
Contrast Show the differences between two or
more items/procedures/situations
Discuss To put forward both sides of an
argument either through a group
discussion or in writing
Compare To show similarities and differences,
or advantages and disadvantages
between two or more items. You
would also need to bring together the
findings in your comparison
Summarise To bring together all the main points
of a topic
Analyse To examine closely and break into
components that enable results to be
interpreted and findings presented.
Justify Clarify your point of view/opinion
with reasons that explain how you
arrived at this point of view/opinion
Evaluate To carry out a review of the
information and bring it together to
form a conclusion.
Faculty of Applied Studies
Date
(Session
or week
beginning
)
Unit Title Topi
c
Sub-Topics Learner
Preparation
Key Exam /
Assignment
Dates
September
8th
– 26th
2014
Intro MU1.1 (Award)
Understand the range
of service provision and
roles within health and
social care and early
years and childcare.
3
weeks
The aim of this
unit is to
develop the
learners
knowledge of
the range of
services and
the roles within
health and
social care
(adults and
children and
young people)
early years and
childcare.
Research the
range of
services in
health and
social care and
early years.
Handout – 8th
September
Formative –
17th
September
Summative –
26th
September
September
29th
–
October
10th
2014
Intro MU1.2 (Award)
Understand the
principles and values in
health and social care,
early years and
childcare.
2
weeks
The aim of this
unit is to
develop the
learners
knowledge of
the principles
and values
which underpin
health and
social care
(adults and
children and
young people),
early years and
childcare
What is respect
and how to we
value a person?
Handout –29th
September
Formative –3rd
October
Summative –
10th
October
13th
October–
7th
November
2014
Intro MU1.4 9 (Award)
Awareness of
protection and
safeguarding in health
and social care/early
years and childcare
3
weeks
The aim of this
unit is to
develop the
learner’s
knowledge of
protection and
safeguarding
in health and
social care
(adults and
children and
young people),
early years and
childcare.
What does
safeguarding
mean? Who do
we need to
keep safe. Look
up the term
confidentiality.
Handout –13th
October
Formative –20th
October
Summative –
7th
November
Faculty of Applied Studies
November
10th
– 21st
November
2014
Intro MU1.6 (Award)
Introduction to
communication in
health and social
care/early years and
childcare
2
weeks
The aim of this
unit is to
provide the
learner with an
introduction to
communication
methods and
how to
communicate
with
individuals
Look up
methods of
communication.
Create a poster
to show verbal
and non verbal
communication.
Handout –10th
November
Formative –14th
November
Summative –
21st
November
24th
November
– 5th
December
2014
PWCS 03 (Award,
Certificate)
Introductory
awareness of equality
and inclusion in health
and social care and
children’s and young
people’s settings.
2
weeks
The aim of this
unit is to
develop the
learner’s
awareness and
knowledge of
equality and
inclusion in
health, social
care and
children’s and
young people’s
settings.
Define the
terms ‘Equality’
and ‘Inclusion’
Research these
terms to
prepare you for
discussion in
class.
Handout –24th
November
Formative –28th
November
Summative –
5th
December
5th
January
– 16th
January
2015
PWCS04 (Award,
Certificate)Introductory
Awareness of health
and safety in health,
social care and
children’s and young
people’s settings.
2
weeks
The aim of this
unit is to
develop
learner’s
awareness and
knowledge of
health, social
care and
children’s and
young people’s
settings.
Look on Oracle
and play the
Health and
safety game.
Handout –5th
January
Formative –9th
January
Summative –
16th
January
19th
January –
30th
January
2015
PWCS 05 (Award,
Certificate)
Introductory
awareness to person
centred support in
health, social care and
children’s and young
people’s settings
2
weeks
The aim of this
unit is to
develop
learners
awareness and
knowledge of
person centred
support in
health, social
care and
children’s and
young people’s
settings.
Why is
important to
understand
people’s
individual
needs. What is
the importance
of getting to
know someone
and including
them in
decision
making.
Handout – 19th
January
Formative –23rd
January
Summative –
30th
January
Faculty of Applied Studies
2nd
February-
13th
February
2015
Intro MU1.7 (Award,
Certificate)
Introduction to
children and young
people’s development
2
weeks
The aim of this
unit is to
provide an
introduction to
the main
stages of
development
and how to
support the
development of
children and
young people
Look at
‘Development
Matters’ EYFS
on Oracle.
Follow the links
to look at
developmental
milestones for
children too.
Handout –2nd
February
Formative –6th
February
Summative –
13th
February
23rd
February –
6th
March
2015
Intro OP 1.14 (Award,
Certificate)
Encourage children and
young people to eat
healthily.
2
weeks
The aim of this
unit is to
provide the
learner with
knowledge
about healthy
eating and how
to encourage
children and
young people
to eat healthily.
Look at the
‘Change for
Life’ website.
This was
launched to
encourage
healthy
lifestyles for
children. Which
recipes do you
think children
would like?
Handout –23rd
February
Formative –27th
February
Summative –
6th
March
9th
March-
20th
March
2015
PWCS O7 (Award,
Certificate, Diploma)
Introductory
awareness of the
importance of healthy
eating and drinking for
adults
2
weeks
The aim of this
unit is to
develop the
learners
awareness and
understanding
of the
importance of
healthy eating
and drinking
for adults.
Make a diary of
your weekly
eating and
drinking habits
to use in class.
Handout – 9th
March
Formative –
13th
March
Summative –
20th
March
Faculty of Applied Studies
23rd
March
– 3rd
April
2015
Intro OP1.1 (Award,
Certificate, Diploma)
Understand the
importance of
engagement in leisure
and social activities in
health and social care
2
weeks
The aim of this
unit is to
enable the
learner to know
a range of
leisure and
social
activities and
their
importance
within health
and social
care, the need
to value each
individual and
how this
supports
choices and
wishes about
taking part in
these activities
Join the library
and look at the
services they
have on offer
for all age
ranges. Collect
leaflets from a
range of leisure
facilities in your
area.
Handout – 23rd
March
Formative –27th
March
Summative –
3rd
April
20th
April –
1st
May
2015
Intro OP1.6 (Award,
Certificate, Diploma)
Introduction to
physical disability
2
weeks
The aim of this
unit is to
provide the
learner with an
understanding
of physical
disabilities,
person centred
approach and
knowledge of
the importance
of relevant
communication
skills when
working with
individuals
with this
disability.
Research a
range of
physical
disabilities and
the effects they
may have on
the person.
What is
discrimination?
Handout –20th
April
Formative –4th
April
Summative –
1st
May
Faculty of Applied Studies
4th
May –
22nd
May
2015
Intro OP 1.11 (Award,
Certificate, Diploma)
Introduction to the
physical care of babies
and young children.
3
weeks
The aim of this
unit is to
introduce the
learner to the
requirements
of the physical
care needs and
routines for the
safe care of
babies and
young
children.
Follow the
youtube clip for
nappy changing
and sterilising
bottle on
Oracle.
Handout –4th
May
Formative –
15th
May
Summative –
22nd
May

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Course handbook

  • 1. Faculty of Applied Studies CACHE Level 1 Diploma in Introduction to Health, Social Care and Children’s and Young People’s Settings
  • 2. Faculty of Applied Studies Welcome to Fareham College, the Health, and Care and Early Years department and to the Level 1 course. The purpose of this handbook is to outline the structure of the course and to introduce you to college life and expectations. We hope that you enjoy the course and find it interesting and rewarding. We like to have fun learning and believe your education experience will shape your future enthusiasm to study. The team not only lecture but promote the management of your own learning. We are excited about giving you the skills to be independent learners, seeking us for support and guidance when participated in student centred activities. We also stress that adequate time keeping, interpersonal skills and team work are essential during your time here as these are all qualities needed in achieving your short, medium and long term goals. Although this may sound daunting and very different from your previous learning experiences, we promise to assist you in any way we can to shape your future. Diane Amey Level 1 Course Leader 01329 815167 diane.amey@fareham.ac.uk Steph Couper Level 1 Lecturer 01329 815167 stephanie.couper@fareham.ac.uk
  • 3. Faculty of Applied Studies You are studying the Level 1 Introduction to Health, Social Care and Children’s and Young People’s Settings course. You will be given the opportunity to explore various topics that will stretch your knowledge and develop your skills and awareness of health, social care and children’s and young people’s settings. When finishing this course you could progress to a Level 2 programme or an apprenticeship. At the end of the course booklet is a topic overview outlining the units that will be covered and advising you of the assignment dates. There are also guidelines on the preparation we expect you to do before the unit starts.
  • 4. Faculty of Applied Studies We expect certain behaviour to be followed to make your learning and the learning of your peers more enjoyable. We also expect a certain level of behaviour that reflects your future ambitions as professionals. This is why the following rules must be adhered to: • Mobile phones must be on silent or switched off in class unless discussed previously with lecturer • Do not bring food into the lecture areas • Do not wear headphones unless agreed with your lecturer • All personal items such as bags should be stowed appropriately in lecture rooms • Health and Safety should be adhered to at all times, e.g. no standing on tables • Abusive, foul or discriminatory language to either lecturing staff or your peers will not be accepted and may constitute bullying. If this occurs disciplinary procedures may be instigated by the faculty • Although you can meet other learners in the campus areas between the blocks we must remind you that people in surrounding areas can hear you. You must refrain from shouting or using abusive and discriminatory language while on the campus. Non Fareham College students should not be on the campus. • As a future professional may we remind you to dress appropriately in your college uniform while on site, as you may have to attend interviews for work placement at short notice. • Please read a copy of our vision and commitments this can be found in the corridor in D building.
  • 5. Faculty of Applied Studies We have a commitment to providing you with any extra help you might need in completing your studies, from printing your handouts on the colour paper you find easiest to read to arranging a Learning Support Assistant to help you in lectures. Please speak to your personal tutor or course leader if you think you need any extra help. There is a Study Centre based in the iLRC where support assistants are available to help with your studies and during your directed study time. There is also a quiet room which is accessible via the Study Centre. If you need any assistance with finance we have a Student Services Team who can help. We strive to have high levels of attendance at Fareham College. In the department we expect 97% attendance over the whole academic year. In the event of you having to be absent, you or your legal guardian must contact the main reception on 01329 815200 as early as possible. You must also provide either the administration officer or your course tutor with a letter from your legal guardian confirming this. Attendance is strictly monitored unauthorised absences may result in disciplinary procedure against you.
  • 6. Faculty of Applied Studies There are breaks built into your timetable. You can use the restaurants that are located on the ground floor of C Building You need to make sure you are not late back from your breaks. If you are late you may miss valuable information. You may also risk disciplinary action if you are persistently late to lessons. Please use the smoking areas provided on the campus. Do not smoke outside these areas. A DBS check is a requirement of the course. This is a criminal records check and this is to ensure you are suitable to work with children and vulnerable people. If you do not have a clear record and have any criminal convictions you may be unable to continue on your course. Please make yourself familiar with the policies about conduct whilst on college campus. These are available on the intranet. Please remember you have signed your learner agreement to declare you will adhere to these.
  • 7. Faculty of Applied Studies The work you do during your course may be assessed in a variety of manners including written essays, presentations, role plays and portfolios as appropriate. Although this may sound better than a final exam, it is important that you submit the work as requested by your lecturer on time as failure to do so can result in you falling behind or even disciplinary procedures being implemented. It is therefore extremely important that any concerns you have over assignment work is discussed with the lecturer who is handing out the assignment as soon as possible. Throughout the course you will have a variety of formative assessment deadlines to meet when submitting your coursework and this will help you to organise your learning. Please note the college policy states that there is a three week turn around on the marking of assignments. Extensions of up to two weeks may be granted in exceptional cases (e.g. ill-health or learning difficulty or disability) when appropriate evidence (e.g. a medical certificate) has been provided and negotiation has taken place. An extension can only be granted once the reasons are discussed with your lecturer. Paperwork will be completed for this to show the awarding body. If you do not agree with the assessment decision of the person marking your work, you can appeal. A slightly abridged version of the assessment appeals procedure is included at the back of this booklet.
  • 8. Faculty of Applied Studies Plagiarism can be defined as copying someone else’s work as your own. This is regarded as a serious academic “offence” and can result in a disciplinary procedure being taken out on you. There are different types and different degrees of plagiarism - and it is often difficult to know whether you are breaking the rules or not. Below is a simple list of things that count as plagiarism: • Copying directly from a text, word-for-word • Using an attractive phrase or sentence you have found somewhere • Using text downloaded from the Internet • Paraphrasing the words of a text very closely • Borrowing statistics from another source or person • Copying from the essays or the notes of another student • Downloading or copying pictures, photographs, or diagrams without acknowledging your sources www.mantex.co.uk/samples/plgrsm It can be difficult to not plagiarise, which is why you should seek the assistance of the subject lecturer who will advise you how to quote text correctly and rephrase things in your own words.
  • 9. Faculty of Applied Studies Every week you will have tutorial sessions with your personal tutor. Tutorials happen as a group and on a 1:1 basis. During tutorials you will be exploring a range of topics to assist you with your studies but also everyday life skills. From observing your performance in college we will be able to put the correct support in place for you should you require it. If at any time you feel you are struggling, it is important you inform your tutor so we can be there for you or refer you if we need to. Fareham College believe it is important to work in partnership with yourselves, and your family for you to get the best out of your course. You will have regular 1:1’s to discuss your performance. Every term a progress report will be produced for your family to read so they are able to see how you are performing on your course. There will be no surprises in your report as your progress and targets will be discussed with you weekly by your tutor. There is a Fareham Oracle framework on which there is information about your course and content from lessons will be posted on there. Your assignments will be loaded onto the Oracle system.
  • 10. Faculty of Applied Studies Functional Skills are a fundamental component of the course you are studying and require compulsory attendance on your part. These are a nationally recognised set of awards that are based around the skills you require to gain entry to the national workforce. Although this may sound daunting, Functional Skills are already embedded within your main course of study. If you wish to progress onto Level 2 you will need to pass your functional skills at Level 1 or gain a GCSE grade D in English and maths. Fareham College 01329 815200 Attendance Line 01329 815393 Health, Care and Early Years Department 01329 815167 Course Team Leader Level 1 diane.amey@fareham.ac.uk Course Team Leader Skills Academy Early Years Lecturer Level 1 stephanie.couper@fareham.ac.uk Head of Department Michelle Young 01329 815325 Michelle.young@fareham.ac.uk
  • 11. Faculty of Applied Studies Lever arch file for course notes Uniform- Polo shirt Text book Pens/highlighters Paper Memory stick to save work Plastic wallets to hand work in Dividers
  • 12. Faculty of Applied Studies Identify To select and list appropriate items from the information that you have been given or collected Describe To paint a picture in words Demonstrate To deliver in a practical way/method Interpret To define the meaning Explain To give reasons and/or the procedure for the ‘how’ of a situation You could introduce a topic and then provide further details to show the depth of your knowledge and skills Investigate /explore To examine a topic from all angles Contrast Show the differences between two or more items/procedures/situations Discuss To put forward both sides of an argument either through a group discussion or in writing Compare To show similarities and differences, or advantages and disadvantages between two or more items. You would also need to bring together the findings in your comparison Summarise To bring together all the main points of a topic Analyse To examine closely and break into components that enable results to be interpreted and findings presented. Justify Clarify your point of view/opinion with reasons that explain how you arrived at this point of view/opinion Evaluate To carry out a review of the information and bring it together to form a conclusion.
  • 13. Faculty of Applied Studies Date (Session or week beginning ) Unit Title Topi c Sub-Topics Learner Preparation Key Exam / Assignment Dates September 8th – 26th 2014 Intro MU1.1 (Award) Understand the range of service provision and roles within health and social care and early years and childcare. 3 weeks The aim of this unit is to develop the learners knowledge of the range of services and the roles within health and social care (adults and children and young people) early years and childcare. Research the range of services in health and social care and early years. Handout – 8th September Formative – 17th September Summative – 26th September September 29th – October 10th 2014 Intro MU1.2 (Award) Understand the principles and values in health and social care, early years and childcare. 2 weeks The aim of this unit is to develop the learners knowledge of the principles and values which underpin health and social care (adults and children and young people), early years and childcare What is respect and how to we value a person? Handout –29th September Formative –3rd October Summative – 10th October 13th October– 7th November 2014 Intro MU1.4 9 (Award) Awareness of protection and safeguarding in health and social care/early years and childcare 3 weeks The aim of this unit is to develop the learner’s knowledge of protection and safeguarding in health and social care (adults and children and young people), early years and childcare. What does safeguarding mean? Who do we need to keep safe. Look up the term confidentiality. Handout –13th October Formative –20th October Summative – 7th November
  • 14. Faculty of Applied Studies November 10th – 21st November 2014 Intro MU1.6 (Award) Introduction to communication in health and social care/early years and childcare 2 weeks The aim of this unit is to provide the learner with an introduction to communication methods and how to communicate with individuals Look up methods of communication. Create a poster to show verbal and non verbal communication. Handout –10th November Formative –14th November Summative – 21st November 24th November – 5th December 2014 PWCS 03 (Award, Certificate) Introductory awareness of equality and inclusion in health and social care and children’s and young people’s settings. 2 weeks The aim of this unit is to develop the learner’s awareness and knowledge of equality and inclusion in health, social care and children’s and young people’s settings. Define the terms ‘Equality’ and ‘Inclusion’ Research these terms to prepare you for discussion in class. Handout –24th November Formative –28th November Summative – 5th December 5th January – 16th January 2015 PWCS04 (Award, Certificate)Introductory Awareness of health and safety in health, social care and children’s and young people’s settings. 2 weeks The aim of this unit is to develop learner’s awareness and knowledge of health, social care and children’s and young people’s settings. Look on Oracle and play the Health and safety game. Handout –5th January Formative –9th January Summative – 16th January 19th January – 30th January 2015 PWCS 05 (Award, Certificate) Introductory awareness to person centred support in health, social care and children’s and young people’s settings 2 weeks The aim of this unit is to develop learners awareness and knowledge of person centred support in health, social care and children’s and young people’s settings. Why is important to understand people’s individual needs. What is the importance of getting to know someone and including them in decision making. Handout – 19th January Formative –23rd January Summative – 30th January
  • 15. Faculty of Applied Studies 2nd February- 13th February 2015 Intro MU1.7 (Award, Certificate) Introduction to children and young people’s development 2 weeks The aim of this unit is to provide an introduction to the main stages of development and how to support the development of children and young people Look at ‘Development Matters’ EYFS on Oracle. Follow the links to look at developmental milestones for children too. Handout –2nd February Formative –6th February Summative – 13th February 23rd February – 6th March 2015 Intro OP 1.14 (Award, Certificate) Encourage children and young people to eat healthily. 2 weeks The aim of this unit is to provide the learner with knowledge about healthy eating and how to encourage children and young people to eat healthily. Look at the ‘Change for Life’ website. This was launched to encourage healthy lifestyles for children. Which recipes do you think children would like? Handout –23rd February Formative –27th February Summative – 6th March 9th March- 20th March 2015 PWCS O7 (Award, Certificate, Diploma) Introductory awareness of the importance of healthy eating and drinking for adults 2 weeks The aim of this unit is to develop the learners awareness and understanding of the importance of healthy eating and drinking for adults. Make a diary of your weekly eating and drinking habits to use in class. Handout – 9th March Formative – 13th March Summative – 20th March
  • 16. Faculty of Applied Studies 23rd March – 3rd April 2015 Intro OP1.1 (Award, Certificate, Diploma) Understand the importance of engagement in leisure and social activities in health and social care 2 weeks The aim of this unit is to enable the learner to know a range of leisure and social activities and their importance within health and social care, the need to value each individual and how this supports choices and wishes about taking part in these activities Join the library and look at the services they have on offer for all age ranges. Collect leaflets from a range of leisure facilities in your area. Handout – 23rd March Formative –27th March Summative – 3rd April 20th April – 1st May 2015 Intro OP1.6 (Award, Certificate, Diploma) Introduction to physical disability 2 weeks The aim of this unit is to provide the learner with an understanding of physical disabilities, person centred approach and knowledge of the importance of relevant communication skills when working with individuals with this disability. Research a range of physical disabilities and the effects they may have on the person. What is discrimination? Handout –20th April Formative –4th April Summative – 1st May
  • 17. Faculty of Applied Studies 4th May – 22nd May 2015 Intro OP 1.11 (Award, Certificate, Diploma) Introduction to the physical care of babies and young children. 3 weeks The aim of this unit is to introduce the learner to the requirements of the physical care needs and routines for the safe care of babies and young children. Follow the youtube clip for nappy changing and sterilising bottle on Oracle. Handout –4th May Formative – 15th May Summative – 22nd May