Q. Describe the terms and conditions of your employment as set out in your contract of employment.
A. During my employment with Casterbridge, they may need to hold personal data, details of criminal record and medical data. Casterbridge will ensure that this information is held securely in personnel files and will not disclose this information to others outside the operations department or line management structure, except in case of relevant medical information in a medical emergency or as required by law.
Casterbridge may also need to hold some information for equal opportunities monitoring purposes, such as age, sex, sexuality, race, religion and any disability. When …show more content…
Together we all contribute to a well-run successful nursery.
A.b. Not carrying out requirements of role would result in low staff morale, lazy staff, staff being laid off, children not achieving, staff neglecting children, unhappy parents and children, Ofsted could close the nursery down, low standards of care, children wont feel safe and secure, put everyone entering nursery at risk of harm, nursery would be unsafe, possible death of a child, give bad reputation, safeguarding issues and loss of earnings.
Q. Describe how your own work must be influenced by national factors such as Codes of Practice, National Occupational Standards, Legislation and Government Initiatives.
A. As a nursery nurse you need to follow rules and regulations set out by different governing bodies such as Ofsted, EYFS and welfare requirements. For example if we wanted to take the children on a trip to the park we would have to insure they would be learning something relating to the EYFS and that we followed all the safety rules set out by Ofsted and that we had enough staff to supervise the children adequately.
Q. a. Identify two different representative bodies which