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Assessment Marking Criteria Health and Safety Cluster_AT2_W_TQM_v3.docx Student Name Student Number Unit Code/s & Name/s Health & Safety Cluster CHCECE002 Ensure the health & safety of children CHCECE004 Promote and provide healthy food and drinks Assessment Type Written Assessment Name Written Tasks Assessment Task No. AT2 Assessment Due Date XXXXXXXXXX Date submitted Assessor Name Katrina Keegan Student Declaration: I declare that this assessment is my own work. Any ideas and comments made by other people have been acknowledged as references. I understand that if this statement is found to be false, it will be regarded as misconduct and will be subject to disciplinary action as outlined in the TAFE Queensland Student Rules. I understand that by emailing or submitting this assessment electronically, I agree to this Declaration in lieu of a written signature. Student Signature Date PRIVACY DISCLAIMER: TAFE Queensland is collecting your personal information for assessment purposes. The information will only be accessed by authorised employees of TAFE Queensland. Some of this information may be given to the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) or its successor and/or TAFE Queensland for audit and/or reporting purposes. Your information will not be given to any other person or agency unless you have given us written permission or we are required by law. Instructions to Student Number of Parts: Part A – Health and Safety – Scenarios Part B – Medication - Scenarios Part C – Food and Nutrition – Short Answers Time Allowed: Due date as per your study guide due date schedule. General Instructions: You specifically address all parts of each question and/or task instruction You use your own words and reference any sourced information appropriately You submit your own work Your answers are professionally presented i.e. Spelling, grammar, formatting Answers should be detailed enough to meet the requirements of the questions/unit of competency. Word limits are not provided. Length of assessments will depend on the content the student selects to build upon. Therefore ensure you have provided detailed answers to address the requirements of the task. Dot points are acceptable. Ensure that you explain each response thoroughly to demonstrate your skills and knowledge of identifying and responding to children and young people at risk Information / Materials provided: Learning Resources on CONNECT Assessment Criteria: For a ‘satisfactory ‘result in this task, all questions must be answered to a ‘satisfactory’ standard. This means that you must show you are able to: Ensure children’s health and safety Promote healthy eating and ensure that food and drinks provided are nutritious, appropriate for each child and prepared in a safe and hygienic manner. Number of Attempts: You will receive up to two (2) attempts at this assessment task. Should you not submit your assessment by the due date then you will be marked as unsatisfactory on your 1st attempt. Should your 1st attempt of submission be unsatisfactory (U), your teacher will provide feedback and discuss the relevant sections / questions with you and will arrange a due date for the submission of your 2nd attempt. If your 2nd submission is unsatisfactory (U), or you fail to submit a 2nd attempt, you will receive an overall unsatisfactory result for this assessment task. Only one (1) re-assessment attempt may be granted for each assessment task, with the exception of Apprentices or Trainees who are permitted an additional supplementary assessment. For more information, refer to the Student Rules. Submission details Insert your details on page 1. If you are submitting this assessment as a hard copy ensure you sign the Student Declaration. Include this template with your submission. Assessment must be submitted by the due date identified as per study guide Assessment Due Date Schedule. Method of submission; Assessment to be submitted via TAFE Queensland Learning Management System: Connect url: https://connect.tafeqld.edu.au/d2l/login Username; 9 digit student number For Password: Reset password go to https://passwordreset.tafeqld.edu.au/default.aspx> Instructions for the Assessor This is an open book assessment, students will be able to complete as per the Unit Study Guide Due Dates Schedule. All students are provided with and are required to follow the above instructions, and specific assessment instructions and instructions to submit online. This assessment can be submitted online through CONNECT. Online submission acts in lieu of coversheet/signature and all act as the student’s consent to be assessed. If this assessment is submitted via a hard copy then a coversheet/signature must be included with the assessment. Review the student’s assessment submission using the Mark Sheet and the Marking Guide. Mark assessment criteria and overall as S or US and provide comments to validate the results. Students are allowed two submissions. You may wish to clarify some answers verbally, if so please comment that the student has readdressed the questions appropriately verbally with the date of the conversation. Store assessed tasks and Marking Sheet in student file and record result on ASR. Materials to be Supplied: Assessment, templates, supporting resources in learning manuals and marking sheets where relevant. Note to Student An overview of all Assessment Tasks relevant to this unit is located in the Unit Study Guide. PART A – HEALTH AND SAFETY For each of the following short scenarios, discuss whether the toys and equipment are safe to use in the area suggested. 1. You have planned to use a parachute for some physically active games during outdoor time. It’s very large and it will give the children lots of opportunity to run around. Unfortunately it’s been raining all day. The children were very excited about using the parachute and to avoid disappointing them you wonder if you can move the experience inside. XXXXXXXXXX / Oksana Shufrych / Shutterstock.com a) What are the safety concerns with moving this experience inside? b) Based on what you have identified, will you move the experience inside or will you plan something else? 2. Your lead educator has set the water play table up in the two (2) – three (3) year old room in the middle of the indoor walkway. a) What are the safety concerns with this experience? b) Based on what you have identified, will you leave the experience where it is? c) What will you do? 3. During outdoor time one of the children in the four (4) – five (5) year age group tells you they have just seen a snake slide into the garden. You haven’t seen it but the child tells you it is in the garden bed. a) Discuss whether you would remove any hazards immediately or secure the area to prevent children accessing the hazard. b) Give reasons for your answers. 4. Overnight there has been heavy rainfall and one of the small retaining walls in the yard has started to collapse. You have called the owner and he is on his way to fix it but the pre-preps are due to go outside. a) Discuss whether you would remove any hazards immediately or secure the area to prevent children accessing the hazard. b) Give reasons for your answers. 5. Conduct some research on basic home fire safety from the following websites: Raising Children Network – Home Fire Safety Checklist[footnoteRef:1] [1: http://raisingchildren.net.au/articles/burns_and_fire_checklist.html] Queensland Government [footnoteRef:2] [2: https://www.qld.gov.au/emergency/safety/smoke-alarms.html] Now answer the following questions: a) Where would be the best place to locate home smoke alarms? b) What maintenance should be carried out on smoke alarms (provide 3 ways to ensure smoke alarms are in working order)? 6. Knowing what behaviours contribute to fire injury and fatalities is an important part of your role when working with young children. Use the following website South Australia Country Fire Service[footnoteRef:3] to assist you in answering the below questions. [3: https://www.cfs.sa.gov.au/site/prepare_for_a_fire/prepare_your_home_and_property/home_fire_safety.jsp] a) Explain two (2) behaviours or reasons why children would be more at risk to have a fire related injury. b) Identify the groups of people at risk for fire injury and fatalities. Use the following website South Australia Country Fire Service[footnoteRef:4].   [4: https://www.cfs.sa.gov.au/site/prepare_for_a_fire/prepare_your_home_and_property/home_fire_safety.jsp] PART B – MEDICATION Medication As an early childhood education and care educator, you will need to be able to accurately read and interpret medication packaging and dosage instructions, authorisation forms, medication labels, medical management plans and other relevant medical information. Answer each of these questions related to the following case study. Scenario Dakota Jones is five (5) years old (born on the 08th June) is in the Kindergarten Room at B.B Early Childhood Education and Care Service (3 Cobblestone Lane, Happyland QLD 4870) four (4) days per week. (Monday to Thursday). She has mild asthma brought on by exercise and excessive physical activity. Dakota takes a preventer medication two (2) times a day (Seratide) and has a reliever medication (Ventolin and a spacer) which is kept at the education and care service. She is relatively healthy otherwise, but is prone to bouts of tonsillitis when her immune system is run down. She usually has a course of antibiotics which clears up the tonsillitis. Mary, fills in the “regular medication” form to use when she has tonsillitis. Dakota has a current asthma management plan and her mother has provided the service with a copy. She has also completed a long term medication form for Ventolin. Today on arrival to Kindy, Dakota’s mother Mary, says they have had a really busy weekend and Dakota has had a bout of asthma yesterday (Sunday). Mary has given Dakota her asthma medication at home at 8.30am and asks that you give her another dose of Ventolin at 12pm. 1. Referring to Dakota’s Asthma Record (provided below), complete the sections (highlighted) you would be required as an educator to complete on the Long Term Medication form (as though you have administered the medication at 12pm with Renee Kaur as your staff witness). Complete the table over the page in the long term medication form. XXXXXXXXXX/Lightkite/Shutterstock.com. Modified by TAFE Queensland. B.B. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE CENTRE LONG TERM MEDICATION FORM Child’s name Dakota Jones Room: Kindergarten Date prescribed 10/01/2017 Date medication expires: 11/11/2017 Date of commencement (form needs to be reviewed every six (6) months) Name of Medication: Ventolin Reason for Medication: Asthma-symptoms such as coughing and wheezing Special instructions: Inhale four (4) – six (6) doses via small volume spacer every one (1) – four (4) hours as required. By signing this form parent/guardian: · gives permission for the medication to be administered as per instructions on medication label when required. · is responsible for the regular checking and replacement of all medications provided to the child care centre. · is responsible for providing current medical information to the child care centre. Parent Signature:- Mary Jones Date: 11/1/2017 Medication labelled by
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Assessment Marking Criteria
Health and Safety Cluster_AT2_W_TQM_v3.docx
    
    
    Student Name
    Ahmed Aun Allah
    Student Numbe
    
    Unit Code/s & Name/s
    Health & Safety Cluste
CHCECE002 Ensure the health & safety of children
CHCECE004 Promote and provide healthy food and drinks
    Assessment Type
    Written
    Assessment Name
    Written Tasks
    Assessment Task No.
    AT2
    Assessment Due Date
    21.08.20
    Date submitted
    
    Assessor Name
    Katrina Keegan
    Student Declaration: I declare that this assessment is my own work. Any ideas and comments made by other people have been acknowledged as references. I understand that if this statement is found to be false, it will be regarded as misconduct and will be subject to disciplinary action as outlined in the TAFE Queensland Student Rules. I understand that by emailing or submitting this assessment electronically, I agree to this Declaration in lieu of a written signature.
    Student Signature
    
    Date
    
    PRIVACY DISCLAIMER: TAFE Queensland is collecting your personal information for assessment purposes. The information will only be accessed by authorised employees of TAFE Queensland. Some of this information may be given to the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) or its successor and/or TAFE Queensland for audit and/or reporting purposes. Your information will not be given to any other person or agency unless you have given us written permission or we are required by law.
    
Instructions to Student
    Number of Parts:
Part A – Health and Safety – Scenarios
Part B – Medication - Scenarios
Part C – Food and Nutrition – Short Answers
Time Allowed:
Due date as per your study guide due date schedule.
General Instructions:
You specifically address all parts of each question and/or task instruction
You use your own words and reference any sourced information appropriately
You submit your own work
Your answers are professionally presented i.e. Spelling, grammar, formatting
Answers should be detailed enough to meet the requirements of the questions/unit of competency.
Word limits are not provided. Length of assessments will depend on the content the student selects to build upon. Therefore ensure you have provided detailed answers to address the requirements of the task. Dot points are acceptable.
Ensure that you explain each response thoroughly to demonstrate your skills and knowledge of identifying and responding to children and young people at risk
Information / Materials provided:
Learning Resources on CONNECT
Assessment Criteria:
For a ‘satisfactory ‘result in this task, all questions must be answered to a ‘satisfactory’ standard. This means that you must show you are able to:
Ensure children’s health and safety
Promote healthy eating and ensure that food and drinks provided are nutritious, appropriate for each child and prepared in a safe and hygienic manner.
    
    Number of Attempts:
You will receive up to two (2) attempts at this assessment task.
Should you not submit your assessment by the due date then you will be marked as unsatisfactory on your 1st attempt.
Should your 1st attempt of submission be unsatisfactory (U), your teacher will provide feedback and discuss the relevant sections / questions with you and will a
ange a due date for the submission of your 2nd attempt.
If your 2nd submission is unsatisfactory (U), or you fail to submit a 2nd attempt, you will receive an overall unsatisfactory result for this assessment task.
Only one (1) re-assessment attempt may be granted for each assessment task, with the exception of Apprentices or Trainees who are permitted an additional supplementary assessment. For more information, refer to the Student Rules.
    Submission details
    Insert your details on page 1.
If you are submitting this assessment as a hard copy ensure you sign the Student Declaration. Include this template with your submission.
Assessment must be submitted by the due date identified as per study guide Assessment Due Date Schedule.
Method of submission; Assessment to be submitted via
TAFE Queensland Learning Management System: Connect url: https:
connect.tafeqld.edu.au/d2l/login
Username; 9 digit student numbe
For Password: Reset password go to https:
passwordreset.tafeqld.edu.au/default.aspx
    Instructions for the Assessor
    This is an open book assessment, students will be able to complete as per the Unit Study Guide Due Dates Schedule. All students are provided with and are required to follow the above instructions, and specific assessment instructions and instructions to submit online.
This assessment can be submitted online through CONNECT. Online submission acts in lieu of coversheet/signature and all act as the student’s consent to be assessed.
If this assessment is submitted via a hard copy then a coversheet/signature must be included with the assessment.
Review the student’s assessment submission using the Mark Sheet and the Marking Guide.
Mark assessment criteria and overall as S or US and provide comments to validate the results.
    
    Students are allowed two submissions. You may wish to clarify some answers ve
ally, if so please comment that the student has readdressed the questions appropriately ve
ally with the date of the conversation.
Store assessed tasks and Marking Sheet in student file and record result on ASR.
Materials to be Supplied: Assessment, templates, supporting resources in learning manuals and marking sheets where relevant.
    Note to Student
    An overview of all Assessment Tasks relevant to this unit is located in the Unit Study Guide.
PART A – HEALTH AND SAFETY
For each of the following short scenarios, discuss whether the toys and equipment are safe to use in the area suggested.
1. You have planned to use a parachute for some physically active games during outdoor time. It’s very large and it will give the children lots of opportunity to run around. Unfortunately it’s been raining all day. The children were very excited about using the parachute and to avoid disappointing them you wonder if you can move the experience inside.
1140503744 / Oksana Shufrych / Shutterstock.com
a)    What are the safety concerns with moving this experience inside?
Safety concerns associated with moving parachute activity inside are as follows-
· Chances of bumping into furniture.
· Lack of space to run around.
· Hard floor, falling on which may lead to injury.
· Walls acting as ba
iers for free movement and run.
)    Based on what you have identified, will you move the experience inside or will you plan something else?
Moving this experience inside is not great idea considering the safety prospective. Also, due to lack of space inside, students who are pretty excited for using the activity may bump into or trip over some furniture. Also, several other hazards are risk factors for same. However, I would prefer moving this experience inside taking few safety precautions and measures before hand so students won’t get disappointed. Moving tables, furniture and other blocking things to the walls is required. Instead of running under the parachute, I will replan the activity and will keep some cotton balls over the parachute and will play music while kids can shake the parachute altogether to make cotton balls bounce and jump like popcorns etc. This would help avoid bumping and tripping risks which were more associated while playing under the parachute.
2. Your lead educator has set the water play table up in the two (2) – three (3) year old room in the middle of the indoor walkway.
a)    What are the safety concerns with this experience?
Middle of the indoor walkway would be all water during t he water play activity making it prone to slip and fall accidents. A wet walkway is hazardous for kids as this will be used by other kids who are not involved in water play activity as well and they may fall. Also, at the time while kids performing the activity may spill water in both the rooms which can be prevented by using either of the rooms instead of walkway. Also, 2-3 year age group is quite young to follow the instructions clearly hence spilling of water along with splashing over each other is expected.
)    Based on what you have identified, will you leave the experience where it is?
No, I will not leave the experience as it is. Leaving experience as it is won’t be a great idea as it is clearly indicating hazards and risks associated with slip/trip. Such accidents may cause major injury and comes under high risk category thus needs to be relocated.
c)    What will you do?
I would state that this is not advisable as a wet walkway is a tripping/slipping hazard leading to serious accident. Walkway needs to be left free, for this water trough can be moved to the side next to wall or may be in either of room corner. Also, thick mat or carpet is required to be spread on the floor so as to soak any spilled water in order to avoid accident.
3. During outdoor time one of the children in the four (4) – five (5) year age group tells you they have just seen a snake slide into the garden. You haven’t seen it but the child tells you it is in the garden bed.
a)    Discuss whether you would remove any hazards immediately or secure the area to prevent children accessing the hazard.
Yes, a 4-5 year age group kid is generally smart enough to identify and tell such things. To avoid any associated risk, I would move all children inside safely without informing them about snake to avoid panic situation. Also, I would calmly ask child about location and description of snake he/she saw. Immediately animal handler would be called and meanwhile, I would request other educator and security staff to try and locate the snake if possible.
)    Give reasons for your answers.
Immediately removing hazards was must so as to avoid any accident
isk because of snake. I didn’t tell other kids about snake to avoid panic situation. Also, my decision to call animal handler is a proactive one so that they can examine the area properly for any signs of snake. Apart from this, trusting the kid is based on description and details shared by him/her on asking.
4. Overnight there has been heavy rainfall and one of the small retaining walls in the yard has started to collapse. You have called the owner and he is on his way to fix it but the pre-preps are due to go outside.
a)    Discuss whether you would remove any hazards immediately or secure the area to prevent children accessing the hazard.
I would immediately secure the area by placing chairs or cones in front of wall and will instruct them not to go near the wall so as to avoid any associated accident. Also, i would encourage them to play well away from wall by making them play particular game or activity that would keep them near me and as far as possible from wall..
)    Give reasons for your answers.
Keeping chairs or cones will act as blockage so in case wall collapses before owner a
ives to fox it up, kids won’t get harmed. Keeping them indulged in activity with me will increase the safety and reduce the risk of kids going near wall in such state.
5. Conduct some research on basic home fire safety from the following websites:
Raising Children Network – Home Fire Safety Checklist[footnoteRef:1] [1: http:
aisingchildren.net.au/articles
urns_and_fire_checklist.html]
Queensland Government [footnoteRef:2] [2: https:
www.qld.gov.au/emergency/safety/smoke-alarms.html]
Now answer the following questions:
a)    Where would be the best place to locate home smoke alarms?
Smoke alarms must be located just outside the sleeping areas of home such that the sound of alarm reaches everyone who is asleep as well. Also for extra protection, smoke alarms can be installed in the bedroom of children as well as bedroom where doors are kept closed at the sleeping time. In case of multistorey apartments and houses, smoke alarms must be located at all levels including outside the bedrooms as well as near path used to get out of building.
)    What maintenance should be ca
ied out on smoke alarms (provide 3 ways to ensure smoke alarms are in working order)?
1. Batteries of smoke alarm are changed once a year at same time every year to ensure working order of them.
2. Smoke alarms must be tested every month by test button pressing and beep listening.
3. Cleaning of smoke alarms must be done at least once a year along...
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