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National Health and Medical Research Council. (2003). Food for Health – Dietary Guidelines for Children and Adolescents [Brochure]. ACT: Commonwealth of Australia. Retrieved from: (Accessed April, 2015). National Health and Medical Research Council. (2005). Food for Health. ACT: Commonwealth of Australia. Retrieved from: Disclaimer: Printed copies of this document are regarded as uncontrolled. /var/filecabinet/temp/converter_assets/b3/a0/b3a0878115195deb7be52ad2efd7720b1dbde8e2.docx Date 29/01/20 16 Course CHC3011 3 Assessment Version 4 Validation Date Date revalidation Validating Teachers initials Page 2 of 21 TAFE NSW © 2016
CHCECE004 Promote and provide healthy food and drinks. Theory Tasks (Accessed April, 2015). National Health and Medical Research Council. (2012). Staying Healthy: Preventing infectious diseases in early childhood education and care services (5th ed.). ACT: Commonwealth of Australia. Retrieved from: are_5th_edition_0.pdf (Accessed April, 2015). Raising Children Network. (2010). Good and bad fat: 12 tips for getting the balance right. Retrieved from: (Accessed April, 2015). Raising Children Network. (2015). Oral Health. Retrieved from: http:// raisingchildren.net.au/articles/toothdecay.html (Accessed April, 2015). SA Health. (2015). The Risks of Poor Nutrition. Retrieved from: http:// is+your+health+at+risk/the+risks+of+poor+nutrition (Accessed April, 2015). Blue Bay Model Policies Blue Bay Early Learning Centre. (2012). Meal Time Routines Policy. Blue Bay Model Policies. Blue Bay Early Learning Centre. (2012). Safe Food Handling Policy. Blue Bay Model Policies. Blue Bay Early Learning Centre. (2012). Weekly Menu: 3-5 years. Blue Bay Model Policies. Blue Bay Early Learning Centre. (2013). Nutrition Policy. Blue Bay Model Policies. Recommended Websites Australian Government - Department of Health and Aging: - resources Australian Government – National Health and Medical Research Council: Staying Healthy Raising Children Network: Assessment Instructions: Students are required to provide appropriate responses to the indicated questions. Assessment Outcomes : The Early Childhood Education and Care training packages are vocational qualifications that are competency based. For each assessment undertaken you will be assessed as Satisfactory , Not Yet Satisfactory or Incomplete. Where students are assessed as ‘ Not Yet Satisfactory’ or Incomplete’ the trainer/assessor will provide the student with feedback and guidance regarding what needs to be completed for resubmission.

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