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a.Identify 2 examples of poor ethical conduct that may occur at aservice.
2.Discrimination.
b.Who would you discuss this with?supervisor3. Conflict of interest
a.Identify 1 conflict of interest that may occur in your role as anEducator.
a.Outline the appropriate actions you would take to ensure this conflictdoes not affect your practice.
4. Responses to legal and ethical dilemmasFor each of the scenarios in the table below, identify how you would reacttothe following ethical dilemmas that demonstrates respect for individualdifferences and work roles and your reason why.Childcare Resources Australia©CHCECE055 Meet legal and ethical obligations in children’seducation and care AND CHCCEC056 Work effectively in children’s education and care26
Legal, EthicalDilemma orconflict ofinterestsWhat istheethicaldilemmaorconflictinterestHow wouldyou respondas aneducatorusing bothverbal andnon-verbalcommunicationWhy haveyou chosenthis actionAre there anypotentiallegal issuesarising fromthis scenarioExample:You are asked bya parent if achild has wet herpants today. Youhave seen thechild physicallypunished (i.e.,smacked) forthis before.Youbelieveparentsshouldn’t smacktheirchildren.Tell the truthand reassureparent that it isageappropriate.Share somepositiveguidancestrategies tosupport parent.Ethicalresponsibility to behonest withfamilies.Discussedwith theparentpositiveguidancestrategies.Discussedageappropriatebehaviourand thatthe child islearning tocognitivelyrecognisethe need togo to thetoilet.No.It is notillegal forparents tosmackchildren inchildprotectionlegislation.A non-custodialparent is a friendof yours andthey want tocollect their childfrom yourcentre.Theparentdoesn'thavelegalcustodyof thechildand wecan notprovideaccess /Be honest andtell parentsthat due to thepolicies andproceduresthey areunauthorisedto collect thechild andlegally you cannot release thechild to themDue to lawsand policiesandproceduresbeing inplace wemust followNo becausewe havefollowedcorrectprocedure toprotect thesafety of thechild.

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