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1.2. Describe the impact of social care standards and codes of practice on work with children and young people.
Weegy: Standards and codes of practice have had an impact on training and development within the work role. [ For example within our work place we are required to complete core training as part of the employment conditions, this core training includes : • Health and safety • Fire safety • Administration of medicines • Report writing • Food handling • Appropriate adult • Physical intervention • Risk assessments • Drugs and other substances • Diversity and equality • Self harm awareness • First aid In addition to this core training we are required to complete the cwdC manual which includes 7 standards as set by our company, this will give new employees the understanding of their work role and the codes of practice set out by government legislation and company policy. When this training is completed the employee can then go on to gain a level 3 diploma qualification in working with children and young people. The purpose of all this training is to ensure people who work in social care are fully trained and educated in the needs and rights required by the young people their care. ] (More)
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explain the importance of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC)
Weegy: It constitutes a common reference against which progress in meeting human rights standards for children can be assessed and results compared. [ Having agreed to meet the standards in the Convention, governments are obliged to bring their legislation, policy and practice into accordance with the standards in the Convention ] (More)
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