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Old 09-07-2013, 09:40 PM
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Help SOS AC2.5 Explain agreed ways of working with employer

Please, please if anyone can help me with this, I have been working on this and hit a wall not sure I'm on the right track

AC2.5 Explain agreed ways of working with employer

This should include discussion on the types of performances expected. for example, how do you apply the data protection act within your setting and how do you apply Health & Safety procedures, other policies, etc

I have started with;

Agreed ways of working is by following the policies and procedures, been consistent of all rules and regulations regarding my role and responsibilities which is set out by my setting.

The policies and procedures explain what is expected and what is not acceptable; it describes how my employer requires me to perform within my job role, failure to do so may cause harm or danger to myself and others and result in disciplinary action.

(I then went on to explain the data protection act, Health and Safety Policy of my setting and the equality and anti-Discriminatory policy)

am I on the right track? and I'm stuck on the ETC
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Old 09-08-2013, 03:39 PM
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Hi,
It is about what is expected of you, so as well as explaining any policies and procedures, relate them back to how you apply this in your everyday routine. Perhaps you have a particular policy that especially relates to your role, such as a SEN policy?

Do you have your own role and responsibilities set out, like your contract? Perhaps you can quote from there and relate to your daily routine to how you meet them?

Working hours, how you seek help/report things this is also something perhaps you have agreed with the employer with?

Did you have an interview, or an induction where all this was explained and then you agreed to it by taking the job.

Hope this helps a little
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Old 09-08-2013, 05:03 PM
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Thank you, thank you so much! very helpful
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