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代写澳洲essay:工作场所现状评价与经济比较

时间:2018-03-26 08:51来源:www.ukassignment.org 作者:cinq 点击:
本文是澳洲留学生essay范文,主要内容是作者以《儿童保育法》为依据,对自身工作场所现状评价与经济比较。
根据爱尔兰经济和世界经济的法律地位和规模评估你的工作场所。
 
《儿童保育法》1991是关于照顾儿童的最重要和最全面的立法之一。所有与儿童一起工作的人都有遵守这项立法的法定义务,而且每一个儿童保育机构都必须在其房地上保存一份复印件,工作人员应咨询和熟悉该法所规定的角色和职责。孩子的权利是第一标准的指南和我的工作实现了它给孩子们提供的选择以及让他们主动参与自身的发展与学习。另一个例子,促进儿童的权利,现在是爱尔兰宪法对儿童权利的公投举行,感谢联合国儿童权利公约(联合国儿童权利公约)是由大多数国家批准了,除美国、索马里、南苏丹。
 
Key features of Work Practice Organization 工作实践组织的主要特征
 
 
Evaluate your workplace in the context of its legal status and size in relation to both the Irish economy and world economy
I have been on work experience in a community crèche in disadvantage area since January 2014 until the place closed down and unfortunately I couldn’t get their policy and procedures. Therefore I will be evaluating my previous work experience from Level 5.
 
The Child Care Act 1991 is one of the most important and comprehensive piece of legislation, in relation to the care of children. And everyone who is working with children have a legal obligation to adhere to this Legislation and every childcare setting is required to keep a copy of it at their premises and staff should consult and be familiar with roles and responsibilities stated in the Act. Child’s rights are the first Standard in Siolta’s Guidelines and my workplace implements it by offering children choices and uses their interest and initiative to participate in their own development and learning. Another example of promoting children’s rights is that it is now written in the Irish constitution after Referendum on children’s rights were held thanks to UNCRC (United Nation Convention on the Rights of the Child) which is ratified by most countries, except USA, Somalia, South Sudan
 
The setting is privately owned and is located in a big house that was refurbished into a childcare according to all necessary Regulations that are required by law and stated in the Pre-School Regulations 2006. These Regulations provide for health, welfare and development of the children 0 – 6 years. As part of Pre-school regulations 2006 individuals working with children must be qualified to minimum requirement FETAC level 5 Major Award in childcare and Garda Vetted to fulfil their responsibilities to protect children in their care. ”The new ECCE scheme directly pays pre-schools to provide a place for one year per child between the ages of 3 years 3 months and 4 years 6 months at September 1st each year. A higher rate is available as an incentive to encourage graduates with a relevant third level degree in early childhood to work in the sector” ( Neylon, 2012:2). Services that operate free pre-school year are required to implement Siolta principles and Aistear Curriculum along with notification to HSE to run the service, Tax Clearance Certificate, Staff Ratios (“For each group of 16 children in a full day care setting there must be at least 1 Pre-school leader who meets the qualification requirements outlined above (i.e. minimum FETAC Level 5 or equivalent)” 
 
My work experience has both pieces of legislation on the premises and is available to read for everyone staff and the parents along with inspection compliance forms.
 
Most European countries now provide free universal admission to Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) services for children aged three to six. They usually provide subsidies for children aged less than three and children of school age. Ireland only provides free preschool year for specific age group from 3 years 2 months – less 4 years 7months on 1st of September of the year that they are starting. A lot of countries provide long maternity leave for mothers and fathers (Sweden) usually until child is entitled to free education which helps both parents to participate in employment, therefore beneficial to economy.
 
Examine the workplace’s organizational structure, mission statement and values
Their services aims and objectives are to provide a service that is based on the needs of the families and children as well as the staff. Like for children: an environment which meets nutrition, health and safety requirements, supports and strengthens family ties, and which reflects the socioeconomic, cultural and ethnic background of its users, which accounts for the additional needs of children (There is a large collection of age appropriate toys and equipment which will ensure that your child's developmental needs are met. The equipment is kept at a level which ensures that your child, as an individual can choose to play with what he/she wishes to. Rooms are bright and spacious with separate sleep room) Adults who respect them as individuals, and foster their unique abilities (physical, intellectual, social and emotional), background and ethnic identities, a curriculum that is consistent yet flexible to reflect children’s interest and encompassing gender equality (room staff are carefully chosen based on a special affinity they have with children of specific age group. They ensure that your child receives constant attention with variety of curriculums according to their age). For families: Supports them in providing an environment which promotes the holistic developmental needs of their children, respects and responds to the needs, values and cultural diversity of the parents (having an active exchange of information between parents and staff on a daily basis by sending home a sheet to let you know what your child has been doing during the day. For staff: goal as a staff team is to facilitate an open and effective working relationship whereby the practitioners are supportive and respectful of one another's needs (Conducting staff meetings and appraisals on a regular basis and provide learning opportunities both internal and external).
 
Crèches mission states that their aim is to treat your child as an individual who will receive the very best care and attention that we can provide in a safe, loving, caring and stimulating environment. Setting has a strong commitment to provide a progressive and consistently high quality child care service where the needs of both the children and the families are met. As dedicated Early Childhood Professionals, they believe that children are unique individuals who learn and develop skills through the process of exploration within an educational, play-based curriculum. Our service continues to offer care and activities for children with additional needs. The crèche caters for children from 3 months – 12 years. It’s privately owned crèche and consists of a baby room (3months – 1.5 years), wobbler/toddler room (1.5 years – 3 years), Hi scope room for senior toddlers (3 year – 4 years), Montessori Pre-School (4 – 5 years), Afterschool (5 – 12 years).
 
POSITION
 
QUALIFICATION
 
Owner
 
 
Manager
 
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Early Childhood Education NQF Level 8
 
Assistant Manager
 
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Early Childhood Care and Education NQF Level 8
 
Baby Room Leader
 
FETAC Level 6 ECCE Supervision
 
Wobbler/Toddler Room Leader
 
FETAC Level 6 ECCE Supervision
 
Pre-School/Montessori Room Leader
 
Bachelor of Arts in Montessori Education programme NQF Level 8
 
Hi-Scope Room Leader
 
FETAC Level 6 ECCE Supervision
 
Afterschool Room Leader
 
FETAC Level 6 ECCE Supervision
 
Baby room Staff
 
Childcare assistant FETAC Level 5 ECCE
 
Wobbler/Toddler Staff ×5
 
Childcare assistant FETAC Level 5 ECCE
 
Pre-School/Montessori Staff×3
 
FETAC Level 6 + Montessori Diploma
 
Afterschool staff×2
 
FETAC Level 5 ECCE
 
Kitchen staff
 
HACCP
 
School Bus driver
 
Full Clean Driving licence, Garda Vetting
 
Assess the workplace culture and management practices of your ECCE setting based on your experience
My work placement setting is a crèche and Montessori, and offers after school care, ECCE scheme, CETS scheme and full and part time places, sessional Hi-scope classes and is privately owned.
 
Overall values and culture of my work experience is very family oriented, and management practices support parents, children and staff members. The setting has family like environment with a lot of siblings attending a crèche. The management constantly obtains an open door policy allowing parents to either drop off or collect their children at any time. Parents do not take an active role in policy changes, however, management do welcome at any time any suggestions parents might have to change policies as they are always trying to improve our service. Communication between owner and the parent is usually through an email or one to one meetings. Owner and Management are very involved in the crèche life and not only sit in the office, they also working and participate in the activities and outings with children (on one occasion owner came down with her car to bring some of the children that didn’t fit on the bus to the farm). Everyone in the setting follow policy and procedures, especially on outings and on the school runs.


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