V1.2 HLTHIR403C Student Guide- Written Task WRD PRT.docx

Be open to different types of families and be

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Be open to different types of families and Be thoughtful about communication so that we work to develop positive relationships with families. Also we should practice to observe and educate myself. 2. How do you ensure work practices promote and create a culturally and psychologically safe environment for all persons? (Guide – 1-2 sentences) Cultural safety acknowledges and embraces the unique cultural and linguistic background of individuals. It means providing opportunities for people to express their culture, have their cultural needs met and share their cultural heritage. Cultural safety means that a person is confident that their culture is accepted and respected and that service provision will embrace cultural considerations. I will opportunities to practices so that people feel culturally safe, they feel freedom from fear, anxiety and feelings of discomfort. They feel comfortable, accepted and included. Also the workplace should be respected other’s belief and practices. 3. How can you review and modify work practices in consultation with families and other persons from diverse cultural backgrounds? (Guide – 1-2 sentences) I think many of our work practices can be modified so that it is inclusive of everyone, regardless of their linguistic or cultural background. Reflect on how this might apply in your workplace. Therefore, I can communicate with my families and ask questiones , feedback, advice, comments and can research about various cultural backgrounds from online, local council. I could consult the people in work place and community to ensure we have right informations and pratice cultural observances. HLTHIR403C Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers - Written Task 6 CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care Version 1.1
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Student Guide . 2. Group Discussion Instructions to students In this activity you will be required to read the questions below and discuss each with your colleagues and trainer, write the outcomes of each discussion in the spaces provided. You can conduct group research using your workbook or the Internet to assist you with the discussion but you answer must be in your own words. Each of your responses must be answered as indicated by the guide each question. Assessors note: Answer/s in the marking guide may not be exactly the same – students may provide similar or alternative e answer to each of the discussion points. 1. In your class group, each person is to tell the group what their cultural background is? Each person needs to think about the following during the discussion: (Guide 1-2 sentences for each point) a. What are your countries of origin (may need to think about parents or even grandparents) b. What cultural practices, observances, beliefs do you or members of your broader family Celebrate?
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