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2010 September | NVQ CCLD Level 2 & Level 3 Answers

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K3D254 The importance of promoting children’s assertiveness, self confidence and self-esteem to enable children to protect themselves

Answer 1: Assertiveness – So that they can stick up for themselves and express their thoughts, feelings and desires with other people. These thoughts feelings and desires are their ‘personal boundaries’. It’s what they believe in and the things they think about. When someone hurts them or their feelings then this is when assertiveness comes […]

K3S251 Recognition of social factors e.g. substance abuse, and the possible behaviours of adults involved in abuse of children

Answer Children may be abused physically, emotionally, sexually or through neglect. For a more detailed answer visit http://www.nvq-answers.com

K3P247 The importance of monitoring provision and the need for accountability to children, parents, families and other agencies

Answer 1: Accountability and the monitoring of provisions give parents a sense of security that their children’s welfare is the most important priority. There are various sets and guidelines in place to ensure accountability and ensure the child’s best interests are always taken into account. These include: The Children’s Act 2004 The Children Bill received […]

K3P244 Organisational strategies and practice issues to ensure equal access and compliance with legislation for disabled children and children with special educational needs within your home country

Answer 1: Every care facility should have connections with their Country’s appropriate governmental departments, this makes sure they can advise on current practice and help implement any changes needed – where someone is unfamiliar with legislation of a Country they need to ask .. anyone … before putting themselves in a position of responsibility !! […]

K3D240 The kinds of community resources and support that are available to support equality of access, the scope of opportunities for referral if necessary and sources of information for children and Families

Answer 1: Educational psychologists. Portage workers – which are volunteers who come out to the child’s home or childcare establishment to work with the child and help them develop this, would obviously, been dependent on the age and stage of development. Health visitors. Surestart. Social Services. Physical therapist (depending on your setting) Occupational therapist (depending […]

K3D237 The negative effects of inequalities on all children: this must include the negative effects on children who are not themselves directly experiencing inequality

Answer One: The negative effects of inequalities on children are varying, but some of the more common are: Direct Violence – This could be gang related violence or even drug or drink related. Crime – Children and their families could suffer from crime simply because of where they live Education – Less opportunities for higher […]

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