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CHC50113-Rights and responsibilities of workers employers and clients

Post by sobrien78 » Wed Apr 01, 2020 12:12 pm

Hello, first time poster here:

I need to identify the legal and ethical considerations of the following: Rights and responsibilities of workers, employers and customers, and list how they apply in an early childhood setting and how it impacts my role.

My question is, there are a lot of considerations under the regulations, with a lot of considerations. Am I supposed to list all of them, or just pick a few as examples?



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Re: CHC50113-Rights and responsibilities of workers employers and clients

Post by Gajtedmed » Tue Jun 09, 2020 9:39 pm

How can you further your professional development as an educator?

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Work legally and ethically

Post by Gajtedmed » Tue Jun 09, 2020 9:41 pm

If you were to look for 'Industrial Relations Legislation' relevant to employment conditions of the educator’s role, where would you find this information?

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Post by Lorina » Wed Jun 10, 2020 3:16 pm

Gajtedmed wrote:
Tue Jun 09, 2020 9:41 pm
If you were to look for 'Industrial Relations Legislation' relevant to employment conditions of the educator’s role, where would you find this information?

This may help:

Industrial Relations

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Gajtedmed wrote:
Tue Jun 09, 2020 9:39 pm
How can you further your professional development as an educator?


-Attend workshops
-Online Webinars
-Complete another qualification
-Research etc.

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Work legally and ethically

Post by Gajtedmed » Sun Jun 14, 2020 10:16 pm

Three examples of

Key components of the role, in relation to the Education and Care Services National Regulations

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Post by Gajtedmed » Sun Jun 14, 2020 10:17 pm

Give two examples of the following:

Educator work boundaries/limitations in relation to children and families
Educator responsibilities in relation to the children

Pls. I just want to see other ideas pls;-)
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Post by Gajtedmed » Sun Jun 14, 2020 10:30 pm

How do 'legal' and 'ethical' frameworks relate to each other?

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Post by Lorina » Wed Jun 17, 2020 2:53 am

Gajtedmed wrote:
Sun Jun 14, 2020 10:16 pm
Three examples of

Key components of the role, in relation to the Education and Care Services National Regulations

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Thank you;-)

What role are you referring too?

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Post by Lorina » Wed Jun 17, 2020 2:57 am

Gajtedmed wrote:
Sun Jun 14, 2020 10:17 pm
Give two examples of the following:

Educator work boundaries/limitations in relation to children and families
Educator responsibilities in relation to the children

Pls. I just want to see other ideas pls;-)
Thank you

Boundaries and limitations include:

• Accepting gifts and or money (over $15)
• Providing families/children with your personal contact details
• After hours contact
• Babysitting
• Social networking (eg: Facebook)
• Asking families for presents (eg: Birthday/Christmas)

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Post by Gajtedmed » Tue Jun 23, 2020 4:55 pm

You will need to recognise one of the below unethical behaviours, which might cause a conflict of interest with the current staff member and possibly other staff members.

will need to first:

research and document the framework and Service's current policy and procedure
understand and list the steps you need to follow as an educator.
Use this information to gain your own perspective and ethical views of the current situation, and how the current situation applies to you and your current job role.

Part Two

Once you have this information, identify possible problem-solving techniques and how you can resolve each of the below unethical behaviours, which might cause a conflict of interest:

Topics of unethical behaviours, which might cause a conflict of interest:

educators favouring their own children and ignoring children who need them
educators discussing family private information to other educators and being opinionated in the lunch room
educators deliberately ignoring family culture requests because they feel its not right what the family is requesting.


The observations the Supervisor will be looking for you to complete in this task will be the following:
Learner can show they have accessed the service policy and procedure and can explain the issue and where it links directly to the policy
Learner can provide research on the scenario they have selected and where this may link positively or negatively to the National Quality Standards and Early Years Learning Framework (if relevant)
Learner has been able to identify their role and responsibilities in line with the following:
1) policy and procedure
2) job description
3) code of ethics or company ethics
4) regulations
Learner to identify what steps they would take prior to talking with the Supervisor (they should be able to discuss service policy/ procedure for complaints, grievances, concerns or staff mis-conduct)
Learner is able to identify how it affects them and why they are concerned
As part of the role play, the learner will come up with three strategies to help assist the situation or prevent it from occurring again
Learner should be able to identify what the preferred outcome will be

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Post by Lorina » Wed Jun 24, 2020 2:10 pm

What have you chosen?

What is your response?

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