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Questions 1. Give five examples of potential hazards in a regulated education and care service. 2. What are the approximate sleeping requirements for a 1-2 month old? Age group Sleep requirements 1 –

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1. Give five examples of potential hazards in a regulated education and care
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2. What are the approximate sleeping requirements for a 1-2 month old?
Age group Sleep requirements
1 – 2-month old
3-12-month old
12-24-month old
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1. Give five examples of potential hazards in a regulated education and care
service.
2. What are the approximate sleeping requirements for a 1-2 month old?
Age group Sleep requirements
1 – 2-month old
3-12-month old
12-24-month old
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3. What are the signs, symptoms and key characteristics of an anaphylaxis
reaction?
4. What are the signs, symptoms and key characteristics both mild and severe
of asthma?
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5. How do you use an adrenalin auto injector for anaphylaxis? Describe the
process.
6. Access the Education and Care Services National Regulations and
summaries regulation 89.
7. Access the Education and Care Services National Regulations and
summaries regulation 136.
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8. What is an allergy?
9. Name 5 things that can trigger an allergy.
10. How do you determine that toys and equipment are safe for children?
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11.What does Regulation 81 in the National Quality Standards of the Australian
Children’s Education & Care Authority state?
12. Who are the high risk groups for basic fire safety?
13. When are fire injuries in the home more likely to occur? 
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14. How does a smoke alarm increase fire safety?
15. What are 2 pieces of advice in relation to smoke alarms you could give
clients to check at home?
16. What are the key factors relating to Quality Area 2 for the promotion of
health, safety and wellbeing?
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17. How does a child’s oral health impact on their general health and wellbeing?
18. What are the signs of tooth decay?
19.Name 5 types of abuse that children may face.
20.Name 4 signs or symptoms of emotional or psychological abuse that a child
may display.
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21.Name 4 signs or symptoms of neglect that a child may display.
22.Name 4 signs or symptoms of physical abuse that a child may display.
23. Name the relevant child protection authority for your state.
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24. If you notice a form of abuse or neglect or a child disclosure the information,
what is your responsibility.
25. For your state (jurisdiction), name the relevant Principle act of the
Australian Child Protection Legislation.
26.Describe what trauma-informed care and practise is. What are some of the
concerns with long term effects of trauma in children?
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27.Describe what the purpose of an interagency approach is in the context of
child protection

28.What are your state or territory processes for notifying suspected abuse and
reporting process responsibilities?
29.Describe what child focused practices mean in the context of protection
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30.Describe what ethical and nurturing practices means.
31.What are some ethical areas you need to be aware of when working with
children?
32.What work practices would support the protection of children.
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33.Give a description of what ethical decision making may involve.
34. Name 2 legal obligations you have as an educator towards protecting a
child?
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35. Describe what article 4- Protection of rights means from the United Nations
Convention on the Rights of the Child
36. Access quality Area 2: Related sections of the National Law and Regulations
and fill in the following table
Standard/ Element National Law (section) and National Regulation (regulation)
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37.List 5 agencies you may work collaborative with in terms of child protection.
38.Name 3 potential effects of child abuse or neglect.
39. Name 2 potential barriers to appropriate process of investigation and
assessment
40. Access National Quality Standards- Quality Area 6: Collaborative
partnerships with families and communities and list the 3 standards.
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41.Describe how standard 6.1 can be achieved and how it contributes to quality
education and care.
42.Describe how standard 6.2 can be achieved and how it contributes to quality
education and care.
43.Describe how standard 6.3 can be achieved and how it contributes to quality
education and care
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Candidate Instructions – Portfolio – 2
The assessment task
This assessment task requires you to collect a range of evidence from their work placement
in a regulated education and care service demonstrating consistently working in a safe
manner. You will need to provide evidence in the form of a story board, providing
reflections, photos, videos, drawings etc. to demonstrate their understanding,
implementation and evaluation of the following work place tasks.
1. Participate in WHS meetings, contributing to the identification, development and
implementation of safe workplace policies and procedures. This includes identifying
existing and potential hazards in the workplace, report them to designated persons,
and record them according to workplace procedures.
2. Identifying ways to maintain currency of three safe work practices. Investigating and
reflecting on workplace systems, equipment and processes.
3. Review sleep and rest practices to ensure they meet approved standards and meet
children’s individual needs and review the process for play activities for children who
do not sleep or rest. Review the process for sharing information about individual
children’s rest and sleep with families.
4. Review the toileting procedure and ensure that processes are in place for respecting
children’s needs for privacy during any toileting and dressing and undressing times.
The questions within this assessment relate directly to the integrated knowledge contained
within the units of competency and are fundamental to the candidates ability to perform
workplace tasks correctly. You must answer all questions to satisfactorily complete this
assessment. Your responses should be guided by the requirements of the National Quality
Framework, Standards, National Laws and Regulations relating to education programs,
collaborative partnerships with families and providing safe work environments.
Assessment procedure
You will be provided a briefing on the assessment and the opportunity to seek clarification on
the conduct of the assessment. You may seek clarification at any point in time during the
assessment task. If you feel you need more time to complete the assessment, you must
negotiate the time needed with the assessor. Following the assessment, your responses are
to be assessed and marked as appropriate. If you have provided incorrect responses, you will
be engaged in a one on one discussion to moderate your knowledge verbally. The assessor
must have confidence that you hold the required knowledge. The assessor should record their
observations about your demonstrated knowledge and must retain the completed written
assessment as evidence of the completed assessment activity.
Resource Requirements
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To complete this assessment task, the following resources are required:
 The Early Childhood Educator for Certificate III, First Edition ©2014, Walker, Miller
McGraw-Hill Higher Education — Australia & New Zealand.
- Chapter 5
- Chapter 6
- Chapter 7
- Chapter 12
Via the internet:
- Guide to the National Quality Framework.
- Guide to the National Quality Standards.
- Guide to the Education and Care Services National Law and the Education and Care
Services National Regulations.
- Belonging, Being and Becoming: The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia.
- United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Limitations
The following limitations apply:
 If you require more time, you must negociate with the assessor. 
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Candidate Instructions – Role Play – 3
The assessment task
The following assessment task requires you to be observed administering asthma and
anaphylactic medications in a regulated education and care service. As this assessment
situation relates to an emergency or unplanned procedure, it will be simulated in a
regulated education and care service.
The simulation and scenarios will simulate the real-life working environment where these
skills and knowledge would be performed, to ensure in future, you will satisfactorily be able
to use all relevant equipment and resources of that working environment. The assessment
aims to ensure you can recognise and respond to signs of illness of children, including signs
and symptoms of asthma and anaphylaxis and read and interpret authorisation forms,
medication labels, medical management plans and other relevant medical information.
The role play will consist of three main parts.
1. The application of work place policies and procedures for the identification,
administration and reporting of administering medications.
2. Administering asthma medication according to an asthma management plan.
3. Administering anaphylactic medications according to an anaphylactic management
plan.
The assessor will ask you to demonstrate how you would check the written authorization
form to administer medication from the parent or guardian. You would be required to role
play out an example of how you, with a colleague, prepares the medication for
administering including checking the medication does not exceed the use-by date, is
supplied in its original packaging and displays the child’s name.
The assessor will ask you how to ensure confidentiality in relation to children’s individual
health needs, how the service communicates with families about children’s health needs.
You will need to role play out two examples of administering medications. One for asthma
and one for anaphylaxis
You should verbally tell the assessor how you would identify signs, symptoms and triggers
of asthma and demonstrate how you would follow the asthma management plan.
You should verbally tell the assessor how you would identify signs, symptoms and triggers
of anaphylaxis and demonstrate how you would follow the anaphylaxis management plan.
The questions within this assessment relate directly to the integrated knowledge contained
within the units of competency and are fundamental to your ability to perform workplace
tasks correctly. You must answer all questions to satisfactorily complete this assessment.
Your responses should be guided by the requirements of the National Quality Framework, 
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Standards, National Laws and Regulations relating to education programs, collaborative
partnerships with families and providing safe work environments.
Assessment procedure
You will be provided a briefing on the assessment and the opportunity to seek clarification on
the conduct of the assessment. You may seek clarification at any point in time during the
assessment task. If you feel you need more time to complete the assessment, you must
negotiate the time needed with the assessor. Following the assessment, your responses are
to be assessed and marked as appropriate. If you have provided incorrect responses, you will
be engaged in a one on one discussion to moderate your knowledge verbally. The assessor
must have confidence that you hold the required knowledge. The assessor should record their
observations about your demonstrated knowledge and must retain the completed written
assessment as evidence of the completed assessment activity.
Resource Requirements
To complete this assessment task, the following resources are required:
 The Early Childhood Educator for Certificate III, First Edition ©2014, Walker, Miller
McGraw-Hill Higher Education — Australia & New Zealand.
- Chapter 5
- Chapter 6
- Chapter 7
- Chapter 12
Via the internet:
- Guide to the National Quality Framework.
- Guide to the National Quality Standards.
- Guide to the Education and Care Services National Law and the Education and Care
Services National Regulations.
- Belonging, Being and Becoming: The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia.
- United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Limitations
The following limitations apply:
 If you require more time, you must negociate with the assessor. 
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Candidate Instructions – Portfolio – 4
The assessment task
This assessment task requires you to collect a range of evidence from your work placement
in a regulated education and care service demonstrating consistently working in a safe
manner. You will need to provide evidence in the form of a story board, providing
reflections, photos, videos, drawings etc. to demonstrate their understanding,
implementation and evaluation of the following work place tasks.
1. Educate children about health and hygiene issues by consistently implement hygiene
practices, ensure that the service cleanliness is consistently maintained. Observe and
respond to signs of illness and injury in children and systematically record and share
this information with families and implement the service policies for the exclusion of
ill children where appropriate.
2. Supervise children by ensuring all are in sight or hearing distance at all times by
adjusting levels of supervision depending upon the area of the service and the skill,
age mix, dynamics and size of the group of children, and the level of risk involved in
activities. Exchange information about supervision with colleagues to ensure
adequate supervision at all times.
3. Assist in the implementation of safety checks such as correct storage and labelling of
dangerous products, service procedures for the safe collection of each child, ensuring
they are released to authorized people, supervision of every person who enters the
service premises where children are present and implement sun safety with children
to protect children from over-exposure to ultraviolet radiation
4. With support from colleagues, identify risk factors for families with culturally and
linguistically diverse backgrounds. Develop effective working relationships with
agencies supporting children and families from diverse backgrounds and Liaise and
consult with other agencies and personnel as appropriate or provide referrals to
support families.
The questions within this assessment relate directly to the integrated knowledge contained
within the units of competency and are fundamental to the candidates ability to perform
workplace tasks correctly. You must answer all questions to satisfactorily complete this
assessment. Your responses should be guided by the requirements of the National Quality
Framework, Standards, National Laws and Regulations relating to education programs,
collaborative partnerships with families and providing safe work environments.
Assessment procedure
You will be provided a briefing on the assessment and the opportunity to seek clarification on
the conduct of the assessment. You may seek clarification at any point in time during the
assessment task. If you feel you need more time to complete the assessment, you must 
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negotiate the time needed with the assessor. Following the assessment, your responses are
to be assessed and marked as appropriate. If you have provided incorrect responses, you will
be engaged in a one on one discussion to moderate your knowledge verbally. The assessor
must have confidence that you hold the required knowledge. The assessor should record their
observations about your demonstrated knowledge and must retain the completed written
assessment as evidence of the completed assessment activity.
Resource Requirements
To complete this assessment task, the following resources are required:
 The Early Childhood Educator for Certificate III, First Edition ©2014, Walker, Miller
McGraw-Hill Higher Education — Australia & New Zealand.
- Chapter 5
- Chapter 6
- Chapter 7
- Chapter 12
Via the internet:
- Guide to the National Quality Framework.
- Guide to the National Quality Standards.
- Guide to the Education and Care Services National Law and the Education and Care
Services National Regulations.
- Belonging, Being and Becoming: The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia.
- United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Limitations
The following limitations apply:
 If you require more time, you must negociate with the assessor. 
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Candidate Instructions – Case Studies – 5
This assessment task requires you to provide responses to two case studies on work
practices and reporting requirements around child protection.
Case Study 1: Implement work practices which support the protection of children
and young people
Scenario: You have recently had an external audit on the regulated and
educational care service you work at. Most areas scored quiet well but
there are a number of areas that improvement can be gained.
The manager has made an action plan and allocated different areas for
each staff member to research and find improvements to present back
to the staff at the next staff meeting in 3 weeks.
Your area is standard 2.3 Each Child is protected from Quality Area 2:
Children’s Health and Safety and standard 6.3 The service collaborates
with other organisations and service providers to enhance the children’s
learning and wellbeing.
Specifically, your manager wants you to create a list of how you would
ensure compliance with child protection regulations, legislation and duty
of care responsibilities to refresh staff.
Your manager has also asked to create a list of local community
resources that can provide information and support for children, families
and educators as examples of “child focused work practices”. Select
those that focus on protective strategies and building on a family’s
strengths such as those that:
- provide therapeutic and support services for families, children
and young people at risk of abuse or neglect
- deliver health and education services, including maternal and
child health services, schools, and specialist services for at-risk
children and young people and their families.
Last but not least, the manager also wants you to create a list of risk
factors for “At risk children” to share with all staff.
Requirement: Draft your response ready to present to the staff meeting in 3 weeks.
Your notes should address:
- compliance with child protection regulations, legislation and duty
of care responsibilities.
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- a list of local community resources for protective strategies that
can provide information and support for children, families and
educators.
- a list of risk factors for “At risk children”
Notes: The response should not be more than 500 words in length. The
questions within this assessment relate directly to the integrated
knowledge contained within the units of competency and are
fundamental to the candidates ability to perform workplace tasks
correctly. The candidate must answer all questions to satisfactorily
complete this assessment. Candidate responses should be guided by the
requirements of the National Quality Framework, Standards, National
Laws and Regulations relating to education programs, collaborative
partnerships with families and providing safe work environments.
Case Study 2: Report indications of possible risk of harm
Scenario: A family who is well known and liked to the service drop off their
youngest child Mary. Mary, (3.5 years) follows you around for most of
the morning, avoiding all contact with other children and declining to
engage in her usual favorite activities. During a quiet activity when you
are both seated on a lounge with one of her favourite books, you ask
her how she is feeling. Mary responds by saying that her daddy hit her
mummy last night. What are the procedures for reporting this incident
so they align with a service’s expectations and legislative requirements?
Requirement: Draft your response of how you would approach this situation. Your
notes should address:
- What the procedures for reporting children at risk so they align
with a service’s expectations and legislative requirements.
Notes: The response should not be more than 500 words in length. The
questions within this assessment relate directly to the integrated
knowledge contained within the units of competency and are
fundamental to the candidates ability to perform workplace tasks
correctly. The candidate must answer all questions to satisfactorily 
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complete this assessment. Candidate responses should be guided by the
requirements of the National Quality Framework, Standards, National
Laws and Regulations relating to education programs, collaborative
partnerships with families and providing safe work environments.
The questions within this assessment relate directly to the integrated knowledge contained
within the units of competency and are fundamental to the candidates ability to perform
workplace tasks correctly. You must answer all questions to satisfactorily complete this
assessment. Your responses should be guided by the requirements of the National Quality
Framework, Standards, National Laws and Regulations relating to education programs,
collaborative partnerships with families and providing safe work environments.
Assessment procedure
You will be provided a briefing on the assessment and the opportunity to seek clarification on
the conduct of the assessment. You may seek clarification at any point in time during the
assessment task. If you feel you need more time to complete the assessment, you must
negotiate the time needed with the assessor. Following the assessment, your responses are
to be assessed and marked as appropriate. If you have provided incorrect responses, you will
be engaged in a one on one discussion to moderate your knowledge verbally. The assessor
must have confidence that you hold the required knowledge. The assessor should record their
observations about your demonstrated knowledge and must retain the completed written
assessment as evidence of the completed assessment activity.
Resource Requirements
To complete this assessment task, the following resources are required:
 The Early Childhood Educator for Certificate III, First Edition ©2014, Walker, Miller
McGraw-Hill Higher Education — Australia & New Zealand.
- Chapter 5
- Chapter 6
- Chapter 7
- Chapter 12
Via the internet:
- Guide to the National Quality Framework.
- Guide to the National Quality Standards.
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- Guide to the Education and Care Services National Law and the Education and Care
Services National Regulations.
- Belonging, Being and Becoming: The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia.
- United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Limitations
The following limitations apply:
 If you require more time, you must negociate with the assessor. 
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Candidate Instructions – Workplace Reflection Diary – 6
The assessment task
This assessment activity requires you to implement and reflect on the tasks outlined in the
workplace reflection diary. You are also required to reflect on how the task relates back to the
National Quality Framework, Standards, National Laws and Regulations relating to providing
a safe environment for children. You will also be required to identify relevant sections of the
approved learning framework to demonstrate your knowledge of a holistic education and care
system.
During the Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care, you will complete a minimum work
placement of 240 hours. This assessment activity must be completed during a portion of the
240 hours of work placement time. You are recommended to allocate time either at the end
or during each shift to properly document the activities relating to the key areas.
There are four key areas the candidate is required to provide evidence of performing within
the workplace. This includes:
1. Implement principles of child protection
2. Remove any hazards
3. Support each child’s health needs
4. Minimise risks
The four key areas and their related tasks are listed within the workplace reflection diary.
Each task has space to record the details of three separate instances of when you have
performed these tasks. You are encouraged to record three separate instances for each task.
The work must be conducted in a regulated education and care service directly supervised by
the workplace supervisor. You must document your work activities and have them signed off
by your workplace supervisor to verify these entries. Once you have addressed all key areas,
you are instructed to submit the completed workplace reflection diary to the assessor for
review.
Assessment procedure
You will be provided a briefing on the assessment and the opportunity to seek clarification on
the conduct of the assessment. You may seek clarification at any point in time during the
assessment task. If you feel you need more time to complete the assessment, you must
negotiate the time needed with the assessor. Following the assessment, your responses are
to be assessed and marked as appropriate. If you have provided incorrect responses, you will
be engaged in a one on one discussion to moderate your knowledge verbally. The assessor
must have confidence that you hold the required knowledge. The assessor should record their
observations about your demonstrated knowledge and must retain the completed written
assessment as evidence of the completed assessment activity.
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Resource Requirements
To complete this assessment task, the following resources are required:
 A regulated education and care service.
 Workplace Reflection Diary.
 Workplace supervisor.
Limitations
The following limitations apply:
 You must complete the workplace reflection diary based on your work placement within
a regulated education and care service.
 You must provide details of at least three examples of performing each task in the
workplace.
 You also must reflect on how the task relates back to the National Quality Framework,
Standards, National Laws and Regulations and the approve learning framework.
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Workplace Reflection Diary – 6
The Workplace Reflection Diary Template must be provided electronically to the candidate.
Candidate Name
Workplace Name
Supervisor name
Contact details
Date Commenced
Activity Description Provide 3 examples. The examples must be
completed with different individuals and on
separate occasions.
Date Supervisor
initial
Implement principles of child
protection
Perform work requirements according to
legal, political and community
expectations of child protection work
Identify how your examples relate to the National Quality Framework, Standards, National Laws and
Regulations and relevant sections of the approved learning framework 
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Activity Description Provide 3 examples. The examples must be
completed with different individuals and on
separate occasions.
Date Supervisor
initial
Remove any hazards
Provide three examples of when you
have removed any hazards immediately
or secured the area to prevent children
accessing the hazard.
Identify how your examples relate to the National Quality Framework, Standards, National Laws and
Regulations and relevant sections of the approved learning framework
Activity Description Provide 3 examples. The examples must be
completed with different individuals and on
separate occasions.
Date Supervisor
initial
Support each child’s health needs
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Provide three examples of when you
have checked the medication does not
exceed the use-by date, is supplied in
its original packaging and displays the
child’s name
Identify how your examples relate to the National Quality Framework, Standards, National Laws and
Regulations and relevant sections of the approved learning framework
Activity Description Provide 3 examples. The examples must be
completed with different individuals and on
separate occasions.
 

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Give five examples of potential hazards in a regulated education and care service.

The potential hazards in education and care services are:
? Physical hazards: wet bathroom floor causes the slip down and minor injury to the children.
? Mechanical hazards: unplugged mobile charger or laptop charger causes electrical shock to the
children.
? Chemical hazards: bathroom sanitizers are touched by the child and cause burning of skin.
? Biological hazards: cross contamination of cough occurs from the affected staff to the children.
? Psychosocial hazards: bullying or clash between the children causes stress and unhappiness.

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