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

I can research some website for cultural interpreter

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I can research some website for cultural interpreter service to communicate better with Gita. The Department of Immigration and Border Protection offers a Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS). The Service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for any person or organisation in Australia requiring interpreting services. Phone 131 450. HLTHIR403C Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers - Written Task 12 CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care Version 1.1
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Student Guide The cultural interpreter you have contacted has told you what Gita may expect in regard to culturally appropriate communication. You are told that: Handshaking is a common greeting Mane and women to not usually touch in public even for handshaking Gita may bow to greet you Greetings are not rushed Gita will be comfortable being addressed y her first name Soft voices are expected 2. Explain how you would introduce yourself to Gita. Be specific in your answer ensuring that you mention gestures, body language and any verbal language. (guide 1-2 sentences) I would make her feel comfortable in the centre and give some drinks to take a rest. I should ask her if it is ok to shake hands when we meet and I will try to keep telling her first name and speaking in soft voice during conversation. 3. Give details on how you could contact a language interpreter service so that you can communicate verbally with Gita. (guide 1-2 sentences) I will reassure her about her English which is not enough to understand what we are saying in soft and slow voice and tell her we have language interpreter service for the children and families from various countries where English is not their first language. HLTHIR403C Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers - Written Task 13 CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care Version 1.1
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Student Guide 4. Give details of where you could contact a translator or where can you access translated information so that Gita can have access to the policies and procedures of the service. (guide 1-2 sentences) I will explain we have a translator service and show her the supplied website by childcare policy as below ; by childcare policy. Centrelink - 8:00am – 5:00pm (local time), Monday to Friday, 131 202. Medicare, Child Support - 8:00am – 5:00pm (local time), Monday to Friday, 131 450. This is the Translating and Interpreter Service (TIS). Assessment task 4: Resolving cross-cultural differences. 1. Knowledge Question Instructions to student This knowledge test will enable you to demonstrate your knowledge in understanding the importance of resolving cross-cultural differences in the workplace. You can research your answers using your workbook or use the Internet but your answers must be in your own words. Each of your responses must be answered as indicated the guide for each question.
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