Title: Childcare Settings
Publisher: Ibrahim Nelson Kaggwa
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: New
This book is a step by step implementation of good practice, knowledge sharing and experience: The book offers guidance, ideas and pointers to the best responses to commonly asked topical questions in the NVQ Level 3 Diploma in Childcare. Num Pages: 180 pages. BIC Classification: VFXC. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 210 x 281 x 14. Weight in Grams: 746. . 2013. Paperback. . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # V9780957329133
Synopsis: 1. This book is a step by step implementation of good practice, knowledge sharing and experience: The book offers guidance, ideas and pointers to the best responses to commonly asked topical questions in the NVQ Level 3 Diploma in Childcare. The suggested responses are drawn from practice in my childcare setting. The selected topics are based on real life experiences in childcare settings, study units and questions or tasks. 2. Putting yourself in the picture: You are the provider of childcare, you are the practitioner. The book uses this scenario to address most of the topics and questions, drawing from real life situations of safeguarding and caring for children. The book is written in the first person context of 'I' or in 'My', so that the upgrading or aspiring practitioner can put themselves in the context of what is happening in their own setting, in order to draw parallels and learn by inclusion and participation of shared good practice towards safeguarding, playing with and the development of children. 3. The book provides a summary set of usable policies that can be adopted by a starting practitioner. 4. The book also contains advice for practitioners to deal with bullying. 5. The book offers an adaptable handbook to be used in any setting.
About the Author: Ibrahim Nelson Kaggwa was born in the beautiful Kingdom of Buganda. He is British and resides in the United Kingdom. Well travelled, he is an international events facilitator and has worked with families and children for over 25 years in the UK, Kenya and Uganda. In pursuit of child protection he is founder of "Agency for Culture and Change Management" that contributed to the lobbying the House of Lords for passing legislation against FGM to protect the girl child. Ibrahim was also one of the founders of "Refugee Lifeline", a charity formed to alleviate the suffering of child refugees and asylum seekers from the Kosovo war. He is founder of "UK-KIDZ", a charity that deals with the out-of-school needs of children in subjects support to increase attainment and ensure diversionary activity from unsupervised engagement. He has qualifications in Child Development, play and care. Having graduated in Ecclesiology; a combination of Architecture and Theology, he has contributed to several modifications of community development and religious buildings to meet children's and young people's needs. Ibrahim was educated at Cambridge Open College, Sheffield Hallam University through the South Yorkshire Open College Network, East London University, Westminster College Oxford, Pan African Christian College Kenya, Uganda Christian University and Mandal School.
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