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The following day the Centre Manager overheard Alice talking to colleagues at morning tea about the party. Alice was boasting that she ‘got really drunk’. The Director asks Alice to meet with her to discuss her absence and her behaviour.Read the scenario and answer the related questions, giving consideration to ethical practices.Question 19a)Give an example of the conversation that the Centre Manager should have with Alice to remind her of the importance of acting ethically.b)With reference to the Code of Ethics, ‘In relation to colleagues’, what statement could be highlighted to help Alice reflect on her behaviour?MarkingSatisfactory Unsatisfactory You’re a and b answers are same. Please adjust 26.1.2020Fei YURead the scenario and answer the related questions, considering ethical practices.Scenario: A HassleJon decided not to take the toddlers outside this morning because ‘it looked like it might rain’. This is the third time this week the toddlers have not played outside. The Centre Manager is aware that Jon prefers to keep the toddlers inside because he finds it ‘a hassle to get them organised with sunscreen and hats’.Page 32of 51CHCLEG001 (V5) February 2018
Question List two (2) statements from the Code of Ethics could the Centre Manager quote to assist Jon to reflect on his behaviour in relation to the children?