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their work placement’s policies and procedures.WHATDOI NEEDINORDERTOCOMPLETETHISASSESSMENT?Access to the client’s individual support planApproval from your work placement supervisor to work with a clientAccess to your work placement serviceAccess to the client and/or family members of the client Access to your work placement’s policies and proceduresAccess to workplace reports and documentation Access to your work placement supervisor.WHENDOI DOTHISTASK?You will do this task during your assessor’s visit to your work placement service.Write in the date of your assessor’s work placement visit: ____________________________WHATDOI NEEDTODOIFI GETSOMETHINGWRONG?If your assessor sees that you have not shown appropriate skills or knowledge during any of these tasks, they will give you some feedback and you will need to do the specific task again.INSTRUCTIONS:You will need to complete this task in your work placement service. You will need to choose one client to work with.You must obtain permission from your work placement supervisor to have this client participate in the task – see the permission form provided at the end of this task.
B962DC1FC9BEBF0FE76E10DF577C3A2BD2E8D3BA.DOCXCHC33015 CERTIFICATEIIIININDIVIDUALSUPPORTApex Training Institute Page 52PARTA: PROVIDINGSUPPORTSERVICESFor this part of the assessment your assessor will observe you providing support services to a client according to their individual support plan.The support that you provide your client will vary depending on the client’s needs. Ideally the work willinvolve the use of some equipment. If this is not appropriate, your assessor will ask you to demonstrate setting up some equipment following the observation with the client.Following this observation you will debrief with your assessor, who will also ask you some verbal questions.Your assessor will be looking to see that you can:Use the individual support plan to provide support servicesEffectively communicate with the client, family and/or carerFor example, this should include being polite and courteous; speaking in a way that the client/family can understand;listening and confirming that messages have been understood; appropriate use of body language; and so on Follow organisation process and procedures For example, WHS, privacy and confidentiality, client support, code of conduct and so on.Safely use required equipment (if there is not equipment required this may be simulated following the observation with the client)For example, this should include following manufacturer’s instructions, following directions, obtaining advice and so on.Maintain a safe, healthy and comfortable working environment For example, following safe work procedures; doing risk assessments and implementing risk controls; making sure the client is comfortable and so on.