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explain where additional advice, guidance or support can be accessed to improve own practice
Information, Advice and Guidance Joint Learning provides an impartial and confidential advice and guidance service to all its clients. [ We support them in accessing the training most appropriate for their particular requirements, referring to other training providers or support organisations if we are unable to provide what they need. We encourage life long learning and ensure all Joint
Learning learners have every opportunity to access it. Full details of this service can be seen in the Information, Advice and Guidance Policy. Joint Learning works to the National IAG Board Principles for Coherent Delivery in Information Advice and Guidance Services. What is IAG? Information - Providing written and verbal data on learning and work for service users. Advice – Over and above information. It may require an explanation of information, how to access and use the information, and how to locate follow-on services. Guidance – An in-depth interview conducted by a trained adviser which helps the client to explore a range of options, relate information to their own needs and make decisions about their career. What does IAG do? Assists learners to think about what training or learning they might be interested in Helps them to think about how they can make the most of the skills they have Helps them to make informed decisions about training and learning available to them Helps them to identify and overcome barriers which may stop them achieving their full potential Helps to support and motivate individuals to manage their career development How is IAG delivered? Information, advice and guidance may be delivered through a one to one session or through small groups. ]
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explain where additional advice, guidance or support can be accessed to improve own practice
Weegy: This means that it is linked to the candidate’s ability to competently perform a range of tasks connected with their work. [ This unit may be assessed using any method, or combination of methods, which clearly demonstrates that the learning outcomes and assessment criteria have been met. This unit requires workplace assessment of occupational competence. Assessment decisions for competence based learning outcomes (eg those beginning with ‘Be able to’) must be made in a real work environment by an occupationally competent assessor. Any knowledge evidence integral to these learning outcomes may be generated outside of the work environment but the final assessment decision must be within the real work environment. Competence based assessment must include direct observation as the main source of evidence ] (More)
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describe the impact of specific conditions on the correct movement and positioning of an individual
Weegy: 'indicated' (or what is deemed appropriate by their doctor as a therapy under those conditions - versus contra-indicated, not approrpriate or recommended). [ Another important thing to consider when positioning or repositioning a human being is correct anatomical position. In other words, what is that natural position that the body rests in? Do you walk down the hall with hands extended straight, or do you 'rest' with hand slightly curled in? Do you lay in bed with legs hyper-extended? No. You are more comfortable and dyour body desires naturally (and anatomically) to have a slight bend at the knees, so you may put a pillow there to provide the bend for comfort. When you lay on your side, is it more comfortable or less comfortable to have your knees crushing together, or would you prefer a leg pillow to cushion them and keep the joints of your hips more straight? Is it more or less comfortable to have a pillow to hug, to prop up your shoulder if the muscles are weak and the joint does ] (More)
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