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Hi

 

I wondered if anyone can help me here

 

Could you tell me the best way to cover the range and PC's that were not seen by my assessor.

 

I am doing my course via the internet.

 

Many Thanks

 

Wright1

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A reflective account is always the best option but there are times that you won't ever come across a particular situation during your training. For these a written statement about best practice should be ok. :)

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Witness statements from your supervisor / leader may prove useful as well.

 

Peggy

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Sorry, I realise that you mean things that cannot be seen, sometimes witness statements can show "transferable skills". For example if you need to show you can report something to a parent , such as an accident, but there hasn't been any. A witness statement could say that you have a good, professional relationship with parents ( shown by......) therefore showing a transferable skill. Does that make sense????!!!! :o

 

Peggy

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Sorry, I realise that you mean things that cannot be seen, sometimes witness statements can show "transferable skills". For example if you need to show you can report something to a parent , such as an accident, but there hasn't been any.  A witness statement could say that you have a good, professional  relationship with parents ( shown by......) therefore showing a transferable skill. Does that make sense????!!!! :o

 

Peggy

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Yes it does make sense. Thank you for your help.

 

Wright 1

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  • 4 weeks later...

Hi,

you can also cover pc's not seen with what you write in your knowledge questions. Sometimes it's just a case of eoring it a certain way.

Hope this helps. :)

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Can't you also cover pcs that are not seen by setting out a hypothetical scenario, for example "if a child at my setting....." I have been able to use this in some cases where pcs are not able to be seen, like in C15 say.

Shirel

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