The overall unit mission is to provide heavy armor and mechanized infantry ground combat power to the 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team34th Infantry Division. The battalion displayed its abilities during the eXportable Combat Training Capability exercise, held over the summer at Camp Ripley Training Center. The AR CAB conducted and validated platoon-level armor and mechanized infantry offensive and defensive operations. Additionally, the AR CAB conducted base defense, tactical logistical resupply, maintenance operations and convoy and recovery operations.
Abbie Liffen Unit Principles of diversity, equality and inclusion in adult social care settings Outcome 1 Understand the importance of diversity, equality and inclusion 1. These differences can be race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, physical abilities, religious beliefs etc.
Equality means equal rights for everyone regardless of their differences. Equality is when everyone is treated the same. Discrimination is when an individual is treated differently, usually less favourably then another person because of their characteristics, for example disability.
If an individual was to withdraw themselves from society, they could develop a fear of rejection. Because they are being rejected from society they could also become angry and believe that it is their fault they are being discriminated against, if the discrimination continued, they could even begin to take it out on themselves by self-harming which in long term could drastically affect their health.
Also the national minimum standards and codes of practice set out by various governing bodies. The aim of these legislations are to promote equality of opportunity for all regardless of race, age, gender, sexuality, disabilities or any other differences.
The possible consequences of not complying with legislation and actively complying with legislation and codes of practice relating to diversity, equality, inclusion and discrimination in an adult social care setting are disciplinary action, dismissal, legal action being brought against care staff, workers or the home and the possible closure of the home 2.
Everyone has their own beliefs, culture, values and preferences. What we believe in is what we find acceptable as an individual and is an essential part of who we are. When working as a care worker it is important that own beliefs, culture, values and preferences does not affect their practice as they could give their opinion and even may force their own acceptable opinion and behaviour onto the service user.
Regardless of care workers beliefs and opinion, they must ensure that they provide the same quality of care and support, regardless of whether they agree. For example, if a service user wanted a certain call time so that they could prayer and the agency did not respect this, this would interrupt their prayer time.
It is important that when care workers interact with clients that they respect their beliefs and life style. Whilst some care workers may enjoy the festive atmosphere, their next client may be of a different religion and do not celebrate it.
As a carer we must do whatever we can to make these clients feel as comfortable and happy with their situation as possible, if a client does not celebrate this public holiday, it is important not to push them into participating with the Christmas theme. If they do not celebrate Christmas because of their religion, it is important that I do not say anything that they may find disrespectful by their religion, beliefs and culture even though I may find it acceptable.
To avoid the conversation of Christmas, I could ask them about their religion and learn about what they believe, this would give more topics to discuss, creating a better relationship between myself and the service user, which would make the client more comfortable with the care they are receiving.
Practice that excludes the service user could have consequences on their own health, for example if they spoke English and were provided with a care worker that spoke and understood poor English could result in them not being able to communicate, from what they would like for dinner to whether they are feeling ill and may need to see a doctor meaning that their health could deteriorate.
Outcome 3 Understand how to raise awareness of diversity, equality and inclusion 3. If i was to witness a discriminatory incident, I could address the situation by reporting it to a senior member of staff and recording it properly.
By doing this it makes it more likely that the situation with be dealt with appropriately and quickly. If I was to over hear someone making a discriminatory comment, or speaking badly of equality or diversity, I could challenge them calmly and professionally by explaining that what they are saying is unacceptable and explain why myself and others could be offended by their words.
If an individual was speaking badly, it could be dealt with by issuing a disciplinary. Further training on equality and diversity could be issued to improve their knowledge and widen their view on Equality, diversity and inclusion.
You could raise awareness by providing training and having private or group discussions, this is a great way to raise awareness in any work settings, having discussions among staff play a huge role to raise awareness.
The more staff engage in the discussion or undertake training will determine how aware they are and how they will be able to pt it to use in their everyday practice. You could support others to promote diversity, equality and inclusion by giving leaflets out with information, in a domiciliary care setting, you could give these to staff, clients, client family members so that you could all work together to promote equality.
To ensure staff has knowledge so that they can promote and put it into practice whilst working, the employer could provide more training. As a company, they could also give more policies to staff when they receive their employee handbooks, code of conduct and code of practice.metin2sell.com is the official website of the Citizen-Soldiers and -Airmen of the Minnesota National Guard.
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Unit Champion Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Explain the models of practice that underpin equality, diversity and inclusion in your own area of responsibility Diversity is about breaking prejudices, by acknowledging that people can be different and respecting these differences.
General Certificate of Education (Advanced Level) BIOLOGY Handout for Evolution and Diversity of Organisms (Unit 03) (Implemented from ) Department of Science. This unit is aimed at those who work in health or social-care settings or with diversity and inclusion, and how to promote these in the work setting.
This is a mandatory unit in the Edexcel Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults) for England (QCF) and in the Edexcel Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults) for Wales and.
Unit Principles of diversity, equality and inclusion in adult social care settings Outcome 1 Understand the importance of diversity, equality and inclusion Explain what is meant by: Diversity means accepting and respecting that each individual is unique and .