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BTEC Health and Social Care Unit 4 Enquiries into Current Research Recap and revision advice

BTEC Health and Social Care Unit 4 Enquiries into Current Research Recap and revision advice

With little guidance from the exam board, its difficult to know what to be advising students… however, this is my attempt… A recap for Learning Aim A & B, the purpose of student learning so far and the relevance of this with regards the Part A 6 pages and Part B exam. There is guidance as to what students could be revising and again, reiterating that a lot of the work we’re doing in lessons is to familiarise them with websites which contain data, in advance of their Part A Controlled Assessment. For resources to support delivery of content, follow me on TES https://www.tes.com/member/HSCresources to find all my BTEC resources in the same place, with a search facility.
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*New* L3 Unit 5 Meeting Individual Care and Support Needs Learning Aim C

*New* L3 Unit 5 Meeting Individual Care and Support Needs Learning Aim C

This is the complete Learning Aim C for unit 5 Meeting Individual Care and Support Needs. The power point includes a teachers guide, alongside the case studies needed to complete each activity. I use checklists for pupils to take ownership of their work. To reduce marking I also get pupils to hand in their checklist with their work and I highlight areas which need to be developed further to secure each grade, rather than excessive notes. I hope this reduces some stress for you and your planning! It’s only taken me 2 years to get to this!
charlotteburton1991
BTEC Tech - C1 Learning Aim. B

BTEC Tech - C1 Learning Aim. B

Includes 3 powerpoints for all of LA.B content. Appropriate and factual videos for most areas. Several real-life scenarios worksheets and activities to complete. 4 PC lesson research projects. Homework suggestions. Coursework preparation.
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Discrimination Assembly

Discrimination Assembly

This assembly looks at discrimination. it focuses on: Definition Different forms of discrimination Discrimination throughout history Famous people who have fought discrimination Discrimination in our world today Top tips to tackle discrimination Educational and inspirational video’s to choose from Reflection
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Workplace Bullying Interactive PPT and Worksheets

Workplace Bullying Interactive PPT and Worksheets

This resource tackles the delicate subject of Workplace Bullying. Studies show that it is alive and well and is often swept under the carpet. This presentation is an interactive lesson that gives strategies for coping with Bullying in the workplace from an Employee and Management perspective. The resource contains a professionally designed PP, Teachers notes, and worksheets for learners. Within the PP are links to videos that form part of the lesson. Files are provided in pdf, powerpoint and word formatting allowing editing if required to suit your audience. Topics are as follows: - Definition of Workplace Bully - Recognising the four types of Bullies - 5 key facts about Bullying - What is not Bullying - What to do if you are Bullied - The responsibilities of Management - Three Task Challenges - Scenarios
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*New* L2 Tech Award H&SC Component 1 LAB

*New* L2 Tech Award H&SC Component 1 LAB

PDF ATTACHED IS A COPY AS SOME GRIDS MOVE AROUND. - This booklet is aimed at Level 2 Pass and above pupils, it can be adapted for level 1 is needed. - LAB has been broken down into manageable tasks, which will also help with marking! Task 1: - Introduction does not meet any specific criteria, but will help pupils understand the aim of the component. Task 2: - Meets level 2 criteria as pupils are completing tasks using evidence through interviewing the two people so that they can ask specific questions and draw out their experiences first-hand (PG 11 in spec) Task 3: - Meet level 2 P3 criteria as learners explain the impact that the same life event had on each individual. The impacts will be described in relation to PIES (although life events may not impact on all aspects of PIES). Task 4: - Meets level 2 P4 criteria as learners explain the ways in which each individual adapted to the life event and how they used support. Where there is little evidence of support received, learners can speculate on what difference support might have made Task 5: - Meets level 2 M2 as learners compare the impact that the same life event had on each individual, classifying impacts clearly in relation to PIES (although life events may not impact on all aspects of PIES). They must compare the ways in which each individual adapted to the life event, substantiating their judgement with evidence. As part of this, they will compare the role (e.g. benefits) of different support received (i.e. noting similarities and differences). Where there is little evidence of support received, learners can speculate on what difference support might have made Task 6: - Meets level 2 D2 as learners assess the impact that the same life event had on each individual, classifying impacts clearly in relation to PIES (although life events may not impact on all aspects of PIES). They must comment on how well the two individuals adapted to the life event, with supporting evidence (the evidence may rely on the views of the individuals). As part of this, they will assess both the role and value of any support received (e.g. how important was it?). To assess the role/value of support, learners may base this on the views of the individuals. Where there is little evidence of support, learners can speculate on what difference support might have made. Please give feedback, or anything you disagree with. – Happy teaching Charlotte.
charlotteburton1991
BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 2 Working in Health and Social Care B1 and B2 resources

BTEC Level 3 Health and Social Care Unit 2 Working in Health and Social Care B1 and B2 resources

A 19 page Word booklet, which can be added to and altered to suit your teaching style. There are Five PowerPoints to aid delivery with space for student notes, video's, activities to engage and exam practice questions covering the content below for B1 and B2. There's separate card match activity and embedded videos in the presentations Learning Aim B The roles of organisations in the health and social care sector B1 The roles of organisations in providing health and social care services • Ways services are provided by:  the public sector: – NHS Foundation Trusts, to include hospitals, mental health services and community health services – adult social care – children’s services – GP practices  the voluntary sector  the private sector. • Settings where health and social care services are provided to meet different needs, to include:  hospitals  day care units  hospice care  residential care  domiciliary care  the workplace. B2 Issues that affect access to services • Referral. • Assessment. • Eligibility criteria. • Barriers to access, to include specific needs, individual preferences, financial, geographical, social, psychological, language. For more resources for Unit 2 or other BTEC Level 2 and 3 or Cambridge Technical Health and Social Care resources, follow me on TES to find all my resources in one place, with a search facility. https://www.tes.com/member/HSCresources Enjoy your time saved, by purchasing this resource, and spend it doing something lovely!
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Activity Plan Template

Activity Plan Template

This template can be used as an activity for health and social care learners and employees, to learn how to assess the holistic needs of an individual, and person-centred ways of planning a task or activity, as well as how to monitor and review how effective it was afterwards. This activity could be used in conjunction with other health and social care diploma units: e.g. person centred approaches; active support.
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BTEC Work Skills

BTEC Work Skills

BTEC Work Skills booklet - students work their way through the booklet, completing tasks and activities.
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