CHCECE055 - Legal Documents and Ethical Guidelines

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Rdori
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CHCECE055 - Legal Documents and Ethical Guidelines

Post by Rdori » Wed Aug 09, 2023 8:11 pm

I was wondering whether all the topics under the NQF are legal documents eg.

National Law
National Regulations
National Quality Standard
Approved Learning Frameworks

and if the;

ECA Code of Ethics is probably Obviously an Ethical Guideline unless i'm wrong and it is actual a legal document too

The question was to identify which one was which and those were my answers.

Tia.


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Lorina
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Re: CHCECE055 - Legal Documents and Ethical Guidelines

Post by Lorina » Fri Aug 11, 2023 8:27 pm

The National Law and National Regulations are both legal documents. The NQS are statements that services and Educators use but they are not legal documents and Approved Framework is not a legal document as such they are used for curriculum guidance.

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Re: CHCECE055 - Legal Documents and Ethical Guidelines

Post by helenfoxworth » Tue Jan 30, 2024 1:09 pm

As far as I know, The National Regulations, often referred to as the Education and Care Services National Regulations, are also legal documents. They provide detailed requirements and standards that education and care services must meet under the National Law. The National Quality Standard is not a legal document in itself. It is a set of standards and guidelines that outline the minimum quality expectations for education and care services. While compliance with the NQS is required under the National Law, the NQS itself is not a law. poly track

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Re: CHCECE055 - Legal Documents and Ethical Guidelines

Post by dabii9xx » Fri Mar 01, 2024 6:03 pm

I am impressed with the way the Australian government has established and implemented the NQF, including National Laws and National Regulations, to ensure that education and childcare services operate under monitor and comply with the highest quality and safety standards. The combination of legal systems and approved frameworks creates a basis for the provision of quality and humane childcare. slope

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