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Introduction to Assessment 1 Learner Instructions Written questions and responses · Take your time and read all questions carefully · Answer each question in the space provided and to the required number or within the word count · Write each answer in your own words and use “quotation” marks and reference where you have used the work of others · Refer to your learner guide and any supplementary materials you have been provided including references and links to websites. Learners should answer ALL questions in as much detail as required. Question 1 A Question In one sentence, describe the purpose of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). Answer Question 1 B Question Explain the articles of the CRC relevant to education and care. Answer Question 2 A Question Discuss educator’s duty of care towards children. Answer Question 2 B Question List the educator’s responsibilities when exercising their duty of care. Answer Question 3 A Question What are the four components included in the National Quality Framework?  Answer Question 3 B Question What is the National Quality Standard? As part of your answer, list each Quality Area. Answer Question 3 C Question What are the approved learning frameworks within the NQF? Briefly explain the purpose of each. Answer Question 4 A Question What role do the National Law and Regulations have in the National Quality Framework? Answer Question 4 B Question What is the purpose of the Education and Care Services National Law? Answer Question 4 C Question What is the purpose of the Education and Care Services National Regulations? List three (3) ways in which the operational requirements are supported by National Regulations for an education and care service. Answer Question 4 D Question It is important to be able to navigate regulatory documents. List the URL where you would find the following information: · The seven quality areas in the National Quality Standard · The two nationally approved learning frameworks · The National Regulations Answer Question 5 A Question Workplaces should have procedures for reporting breaches of non-compliance, but which regulatory bodies can you also report to? Identify the regulatory bodies for privacy, WHS, and discrimination.  Answer Question 5 B Question Identify at least four (4) legal issues that you may face in an educational facility. Answer Question 5 C Question Where ethical non-compliance occurs, what information should you include in a non-compliance report?  Answer Question 6 A Question What is are three (3) main functions of regulatory authorities of the National Quality Framework? Answer Question 6 B Question List four (4) reasons that an education and care service might contact a regulatory authority. Answer Question 6 C Question Discuss the role of regulatory authorities and the nine (9) principles of best practice that guide their role. Answer Question 7 A Question What is the role of the nominated supervisor?  Answer Question 7 B Question What is the role of the person in day-to-day charge? Answer Question 7 C Question The minimum requirements for nominated supervisor and person in day-to-day charge are the same. Describe these requirements.    Answer Question 8 A Question To answer the following questions, you will need to consider educator-child ratios. Describe the purpose of educator-child ratios and the rules for educator-child ratios in a family day care service. Answer Question 8 B Question Complete the following table by filling in gaps with the correct educator-child ratios for centre-based services. Answer Age of children Educator to child ratio Applies in… Birth to 24 months   All states and territories Over 24 months and less than 36 months   All states and territories excluding VIC   VIC 36 months up to and including preschool age   ACT, NT, QLD, SA, VIC   NSW 1:10 2:25 for children attending a preschool program TAS   WA Over preschool age   NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, NSW   ACT 1:13 (or 1:10 if kindergarten children are in attendance) WA Question 8 C Question What are the rules for supervising mixed age groups? Answer Question 8 D Question   Consider a mixed age group containing nine (9) children aged over 36 months to preschool, and nineteen (19) children over preschool.   What is the minimum number of educators required to supervise this group safely and legally? Answer using Queensland educator-child ratios and explain how many children each educator supervises. Answer Question 9 A Question To answer the following questions, you will need to consider educator qualifications.  What are the three (3) conditions that someone must meet to be considered qualified for an education and care position? Answer Question 9 B Question What are the education requirements for a family day care educator? Include the requirements for all states and territories in your response.  Answer Question 9 C Question What are the education requirements for educators at a centre-based education and care service?  Answer Question 9 D Question What are the first-aid requirements for centre-based services?  Answer Question 9 E Question What are the first-aid requirements for school-based services?  Answer Question 9 F Question What are the first-aid requirements for family day care services?  Answer Question 9 G Question What information do family day care services need to record about their staff?  Answer Question 10 A Question What Quality Area within the National Quality Framework sets the standards for information management? Answer Question 10 B Question What are the responsibilities of approved providers, under the National regulations, concerning information management? Answer Question 10 C Question What are the storage requirements for current public liability insurance for family day care provider and for the Approved provider? Answer Question 10 D Question Who is responsible for the collection of incident, injury, trauma and illness record? How long are must they be kept? Answer Question 10 E Question What requirements for managing information are set out by state and territory legislation, and the Privacy Act 1988? Answer Question 10 F Question Explain the suggested privacy breach protocol. In your response, include the goal of each step and two (2) possible actions.  Answer Question 10 G Question Describe the situations, under National Regulations 181 and 182, that confidential information can be shared. Answer Question 11 A Question Under the National Quality Framework explain who can, and who cannot, be considered a parent for legal purposes. Answer Question 11 B Question Discuss the rights that families and parents have in a service and educator’s legal and ethical responsibilities to uphold these rights. Answer Question 11 C Question For the child’s safety, under what circumstances can an education and care service legally allow a child to leave their care? Answer Question 11 D Question Education and care services have a duty of confidentiality to maintain the privacy of children and families who use their service. Provide four (4) guidelines for maintaining confidentiality. Answer Question 11 E Question Explain the circumstances where it might be acceptable to disclose or access confidential information. Answer Question 11 F Question What steps must an education and care service take, for child protection, before employing someone to work with children? Answer Question 11 G Question What child protection issues would be reason to deny entry to parents? Answer Question 12 A Question What similarities and differences exist between legal and ethical issues and how do these frameworks interrelate? Answer Question 12 B Question Explain the purpose of codes of ethics or ethical conduct. What are the consequences for not complying with these codes in a childcare context? Answer Question 13 A Question 1.   To answer the following questions, you will need to consider the Early Childhood Australia (ECA) code of ethics. How does the ECA Code of Ethics define the following terms? a. Children b. Families c. Early childhood professional d. Communities e. Employer f. Student Answer Question 13 B Question What are the core principles of the ECA Code of Ethics? Answer Question 13 C Question There are sixty commitments to action in the ECA Code of Ethics, divided under eight titles. List each of the eight (8) titles and one relevant commitment for each title. Answer Question 14 A Question List three (3) types of ethical dilemmas and five (5) examples of ethically non-compliant behaviour. Answe Question 14 B Question What steps can you take to manage legal and ethical issues of non-compliance? Answer Question 14 C Question When faced with a conflict of values, the most important thing to remember is the child’s health and safety. List five (5) other sources you can reflect on to help you resolve the conflict.  Answer Question 15 A Question What is a conflict of interest?  Answer Question 15 B Question What is the difference between a real and perceived conflict of interest? Answer Question 15 C Question How should you respond to, or manage, a conflict of interest? Answer Question 16 A Question An important part of your role as an educator is to constructively contribute to workplace improvements by updating policies, responding to complaints, and seeking feedback. List five (5) ways you can ensure feedback is addressed when faced with a complaint Answer Question 16 B Question Policies and procedures are reviewed periodically within an education and care service. Discuss this statement and include how this affects your role as an educator Answer Question 16 C Question How can you support the development of new policies, procedures, and practices? Answer Question 16 D Question What steps could be involved in a feedback-driven review process?  Answer Learner Instructions    You are working at an early childhood education and care service in Queensland and your supervisor has asked you to review your organisation’s policies and procedures. You are to consider these policies and procedures and then respond to some potential legal and ethical issues that have arisen by discussing them with your supervisor. Use the following questions as subheadings to guide your response. Question 1 A Question 1. You have responded to supporting a colleague through an ethical conflict due to some lack of clarity in work place policies . After this issue has been dealt with how could you improve workplace practices through this experience and help improve your colleagues’ experiences in the future?  Answer Question 1 B Question 2.  You have identified some policies and procedures that contain some information that may be out of date. Discuss your responsibilities to update this Answer Question 1 C Question 3.  Identify situations where a conflict of values may occur and how you should respond if you are still unsure after consulting the organisational policies and procedures, or other relevant documents  Answer CHCECE055_LG © Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 202022 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. © Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 2020© Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 2020 33 © Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 202044 I III II © Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 2020© Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 2020 55 © Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 202066 1. ● ● ● ● ● ● ● © Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 2020© Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 2020 77 1.1 © Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 202088 ● ● ● 1.2 https://www.un.org/en/universal-declaration-human-rights/ https://www.ohchr.org/en/professionalinterest/pages/crc.aspx © Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 2020© Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 2020 99 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2016Q00058 https://queenslandlawhandbook.org.au/the-queensland-law-handbook/family-law/children-and-education/schools-duty-of-care/ https://queenslandlawhandbook.org.au/the-queensland-law-handbook/family-law/children-and-education/schools-duty-of-care/ © Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 20201010 1.3 ● ● ● ● ● https://www.ag.gov.au/rights-and-protections/human-rights-and-anti-discrimination/australias-anti-discrimination-law https://www.ag.gov.au/rights-and-protections/human-rights-and-anti-discrimination/australias-anti-discrimination-law © Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 2020© Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 2020 1111 1.4 1.5 ● ● ● https://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/law-and-regulation © Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 20201212 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● https://www.alrc.gov.au/publication/for-your-information-australian-privacy-law-and-practice-alrc-report-108/3-achieving-national-consistency/the-federal-system/ https://www.alrc.gov.au/publication/for-your-information-australian-privacy-law-and-practice-alrc-report-108/3-achieving-national-consistency/the-federal-system/ © Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 2020© Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 2020 1313 2. 2.1 ● ● ● ● © Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 20201414 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● http://www.acecqa.gov.au/national-quality-framework http://www.acecqa.gov.au/national-quality-framework/the-national-quality-standard © Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 2020© Australian College of Teacher Aides and Childcare 2020 1515 https://www
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Question 11 C 
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For the child’s safety, under what circumstances can an education and care service legall
y allow a child to leave their care?
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In the circumstances of physical well-being and medical emergencies, the education and care services legally allow the child to leave their care. It is in terms of emergencies that the most of the child can be allowed to go to their family. If the child needs long term care, then he may be allowed to leave with his parents. They are given into the care of a parent, an authorised nominee named in the child’s enrolment record, or a person authorised by the parent or authorised nominee. They leave in accordance with the written authorisation of the child’s parent or authorised nominee. They are taken on an excursion or on transportation provided or arranged by the service, with written authorisation from the parent or authorised nominee. They are given into the care of a person, or taken outside the premises, because the child requires medical, hospital or ambulance care or treatment, or because of another emergency
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