Develop Positive Relationships with Children, Young People and Others Involved in their care

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Evidence No:__________
Unit No
028-Knowledge criteria workbook
Title
Develop Positive Relationships with Children, Young People and Others Involved in their care
Level
3
Credit value
1
You need to complete all of the questions. You may find that the key word definitions sheet helps you to understand what is expected from the questions. The evidence must be your own work and you must reference your sources where you have undertaken research-refer to policy for malpractice and plagiarism
Outcome 1 –Be able to develop positive relationships with children and young people

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1.1 Explain why positive relationships with children and young people are important and how these are built and
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Although I want to maintain close relationships with the young people, and I want them to come to me if they need me, I would not promise to keep secrets, but reassure them that I will help and that I will only tell other people who will help.

In maintaining positive relationships, I try to reflect on my own practice and monitoring the impact my behaviour has on others. I try to be aware of the body language and actions of the young people I work with as children often display reflective behaviours. If a child or young person often shouts at me and not at other staff, I will assess the way I speak to him/her- perhaps he feels that I shout at him too.
Additionally, if I am finding it hard to build or maintain a relationship with a particular young person, I will observe other staff working with him/her, discuss it in my supervision and ask staff for peer-to-peer advice.

Outcome 2 – Be able build positive relationships with people involved in the care of children and young people
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2.1 Explain why positive relationships with people involved in the care of children and young people are important. These may include:
• Colleagues • Organisational managers and supervisors • Carers • Official visitors
• Other visitors • Colleagues from other agencies and services • External partners

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