1. THE APPRENTICESHIP AND YOUR ROLE
In this induction section you will show that you understand the employer/employee relationship and what someone who works in the health and social care sector is required to do. The Workbook will help you to show that you follow agreed ways of working.
KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING
WorkSkills: Unit 1: 1.1, 1.2
Complete the spider diagram below to show that you understand what each component of the Apprenticeship is for and how it is assessed. • In each box, for Number 1 say what the component is for.
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You can ﬁll in the example shown below or do your own, following the same structure, to give to anyone starting work.
HEALTH AND SAFETY IN OUR WORKPLACE There are many pieces of legislation that relate to health and safety. The main ones include: • Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 • • • • The main points of health and safety procedures that affect you are: • Dealing with accidents and injuries • • • • Everybody in the workplace has responsibility for health and safety.
You Look after your own health and safety Your Employer Provide training where necessary Others Look after their own health and safety
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BTEC Apprenticeship Assessment Workbook Level 2 Health & Social Care
BTEC: Unit 6: 2.2, 2.3 Diploma: Unit 6: 2.2 WorkSkills: Unit 1: 1.3
It is important to be clear about the agreed ways of working in your organisation. i) Using the table below, complete the list of the documents that set out details of your employment. For each document on the list state where it is stored and how it can be accessed. Your assessor may ask to see the documents on their visit but you do not have to photocopy them. The list has been started for you. Fill in the blank spaces with any other documents. Exactly which documents are included on your list will depend on your organisation. It might include any of the following: • health and safety policy and procedures • equality