Legislative Cluster Early Childhood Education and CareOff-th.docx

Legislative Cluster Early Childhood Education and Care Off-the-Job Assessment LA017397 Please note that all four units in the Legislative Cluster are now co-assessed. This is the only written off-the-job assignment to be completed for all four units. Please ensure that you have read the learning materials for all four units and completed the online tests for all four units prior to commencing this assignment. Checklist: □ I have read the learning resource CHCPRT001 □ I have competed the online test for CHCPRT001, LA016775 □ I have read the learning resource CHCCS400C □ I have competed the online test for CHCCS400C, LA016776 □ I have read the learning resource HLTWHS003 □ I have competed the online test for HLTWHS003, LA017396 □ I have read the learning resource CHCECE009 □ I have competed the online test for CHCECE009, LA016778 □ I have attended a live/recorded Connect Session for this cluster of units (optional) □ I have accessed the forums for assistance with this unit (optional) You are NOW ready to start this assessment. Good luck!Assessment Summary This assessment is ungraded. Learners will receive a Satisfactory or Unsatisfactoryin accordance with TAFE NSW Assessment Guidelines. What you have to do Before beginning your assignment, it is important that you have all required formats and documents that were part of the download for this assignment. Also check in the ‘Assessment tips’ section under this assessment tab in the OLS for this unit for any helpful fact sheets and web-links. TASK OVERVIEW Task 1 Read two scenarios and complete questions associated with the scenarios. This will also involve completing a report for the second scenario only. NSW please note your report must also include a Mandatory Reporter Guide to be uploaded with the assessment Task 2 Complete questions related to both scenarios. Please read through the tasks carefully and consult the Learner Evidence Guide for marking criteria. Task 1: Two Scenarios Read the scenario ‘James’ and answer the questions relating to this as if you were a mandatory reporter. Read the scenario ‘Lucy’, answer the questions and then complete a report as if you were a mandatory reporter NSW students will also need to complete the Mandatory Reporter Guide and upload as an attachment with this assessment for marking  The following link have been provided to assist you with this task NSW Mandatory Reporter Guide http://www.community.nsw.gov.au/kts/guidelines/documents/mandatory_reporter_guide.pdf Scenario 1 James is 4 years old and attends the local education and care service Monday to Friday. James has a younger brother Tom who is 2 years old and stays at home and an older brother Max 10 years who attends the local school .James has always been a pleasant boy with many friends but recently his behaviour has changed. He is aggressive with all the children including his friends. You have asked his family if they know of any reason why James is behaving this w ...

Legislative Cluster
Early Childhood Education and Care
Off-the-Job Assessment
LA017397
Please note that all four units in the Legislative Cluster are now
co-assessed. This is the only written off-the-job assignment to
be completed for all four units. Please ensure that you have read
the learning materials for all four units and completed the
online tests for all four units prior to commencing this
assignment.
Checklist:
□
I have read the learning resource CHCPRT001
□
I have competed the online test for CHCPRT001, LA016775
□
I have read the learning resource CHCCS400C
□
I have competed the online test for CHCCS400C, LA016776
□
I have read the learning resource HLTWHS003
□
I have competed the online test for HLTWHS003, LA017396
□
I have read the learning resource CHCECE009
□
I have competed the online test for CHCECE009, LA016778
□
I have attended a live/recorded Connect Session for this cluster
of units (optional)
□
I have accessed the forums for assistance with this unit
(optional)
You are NOW ready to start this assessment. Good
luck!Assessment Summary
This assessment is ungraded. Learners will receive a
Satisfactory or Unsatisfactoryin accordance with TAFE NSW
Assessment Guidelines.
What you have to do
Before beginning your assignment, it is important that you have
all required formats and documents that were part of the
download for this assignment.
Also check in the ‘Assessment tips’ section under this
assessment tab in the OLS for this unit for any helpful fact
sheets and web-links.
TASK OVERVIEW
Task 1
Read two scenarios and complete questions associated with the
scenarios. This will also involve completing a report for the
second scenario only.
NSW please note your report must also include a Mandatory
Reporter Guide to be uploaded with the assessment
Task 2
Complete questions related to both scenarios.
Please read through the tasks carefully and consult the Learner
Evidence Guide for marking criteria.
Task 1: Two Scenarios
Read the scenario ‘James’ and answer the questions relating to
this as if you were a mandatory reporter.
Read the scenario ‘Lucy’, answer the questions and then
complete a report as if you were a mandatory reporter
NSW students will also need to complete the Mandatory
Reporter Guide and upload as an attachment with this
assessment for marking
The following link have been provided to assist you with this
task
NSW Mandatory Reporter Guide
http://www.community.nsw.gov.au/kts/guidelines/documents/ma
ndatory_reporter_guide.pdf
Scenario 1
James is 4 years old and attends the local education and care
service Monday to Friday. James has a younger brother Tom
who is 2 years old and stays at home and an older brother Max
10 years who attends the local school .James has always been a
pleasant boy with many friends but recently his behaviour has
changed. He is aggressive with all the children including his
friends. You have asked his family if they know of any reason
why James is behaving this way. They explain that an older
cousin Tony has come to stay with them but he loves James and
cannot see how this would have a negative effect on his
behaviour. Mum who is from Iran and speaks limited English
said “money very tight since James’s dad had accident and not
work much, so Tony staying to help so she can do night work
and try and bring in some more money.”
Today James is at the lunch table when another child accidently
spills water over James. James yells at the child and attempts to
punch him. You stop James and ask him to get his bag so you
can assist him to change into dry clothes whilst another
educator ensures the other child is ok. James gets his bag but
states very clearly he does not want your help. You respect this
but standby near the bathroom to ensure he is safe. As you
check to see if James is ok you notice as he pulls his shorts
down some large bruising on his thigh.
a) Following policy and procedures what is your immediate
response?
b) List the indicators of harm.
c) List the risk factors.
d) Will you make a report? Why or why not?
e) Will the parent be notified? Explain why or why not.
f) Using a child focused approach explain how you will
communicate with the child?
Scenario 2
Lucy is six months old and attends an education and care
service Mon, Wed and Friday. Lucy’s mother is Aboriginal and
a night packer at the local shops so dad drops Lucy off and mum
picks her up. They live in a community where police often visit
due to frequency of violence. It is Monday and Lucy’s father
drops her off. Lucy has just started to sit up whilst aided with
soft pillows around her. You attempt to sit Lucy down but she
screams and puts her hands up for you. Lucy’s father tells you
she has been like this all morning and he has had enough and
needs to get to work and he leaves.
You decide to check Lucy’s nappy when you notice the nappy is
soaked through; she has a nappy rash that has resulted in her
bottom bleeding and a large red hand print at the top of her leg.
Lucy is screaming as you attempt to place a clean nappy on her.
You gently place nappy cream on her bottom as permission has
been granted on the enrolment form and pick Lucy up to console
her.
a) Following policy and procedure what is your immediate
response?
b) List the indicators of harm.
c) List the risk factors.
d) Will the parent be notified? Explain why or why not.
e) Clearly explain the procedures for reporting in your state or
territory, include the organisation you contact, contact numbers
and information you need.
f) Will you make a report? Why or why not?
g) NSW students must also complete the Mandatory Reporter
Guide using the information you have for the Lucy scenario
h) All students to prepare a written report in relation to Lucy.
Ensure you write professionally and with no personal opinions
or judgement. You may make up information such as address.
Report format
Name of Service:
Date:
Name of Child:
Age:
Address:
Gender: Culture:
Language spoken:
Attends the service:
Family details:
Time of Incident/Observation:
Location:
Observation:
Other relevant information:
Name of Reporter:
Signature:
Date:
END OF TASK 1 - PLEASE CONTINUE TO TASK 2.
Task 2: Questions relating to both scenarios
Using the information from both scenarios complete the
following questions
The following links have been provided to assist you with this
task.
It is important to complete the readings on the OLS for the
cluster of units to complete these questions.
Code of Ethics
http://www.earlychildhoodaustralia.org.au/pdf/code_of_ethics/c
ode_of_ethics_%20brochure_screenweb_2010.pdf
United Nations Conventions on the rights of the child
http://www.unicef.org.au/Discover/What-we-do/Convention-on-
the-Rights-of-the-Child/childfriendlycrc.aspx
National Quality Standards
http://files.acecqa.gov.au/files/National-Quality-Framework-
Resources-Kit/NQF03-Guide-to-NQS-130902.pdf
1. What sections of the Early Childhood Australia’s code of
ethics do these scenarios link to?
a) In relation to children
b) In relation to Families
2. What is your duty of care? Can you see any conflicts with
abiding with the code of ethics and fulfilling your duty of care?
3. What sections of the UN rights of the child do these scenarios
link to?
4. What are the laws/acts in your state/territory that you need to
follow in relation to reporting risk of harm? (State and
commonwealth)
5. What section of the National Quality Standards Area 2 do
these scenarios link to?
6. Can you share information from these scenarios with other
organisations? Explain your answer.
7. Where will the documentation for these two children be kept?
8. Looking at the approved learning framework for your state,
explain how you would use the outcomes to provide ongoing
support and learning for James and Lucy.
9. What cultural considerations will you need to consider in
relation to James and Lucy?
10. Assessing and reporting risk of harm will always be difficult
and may impact on your health. Discuss how you might manage
this impact on your health. (You might consider thinking about
what you might do if you were very upset, finding it hard to
follow organisational policies and procedures, remaining ethical
with the family, abiding by the response and follow up from
child protection services)
END OF TASK 2 – THIS IS THE END OF THIS ASSESSMENT
Assessment Check
I have completed:
· Task 1
The 2 scenarios and answered the questions relating to the laws,
regulations and procedures in my state/territory.
For NSW students only
Have completed the Mandatory Reporter Guide (website tool)
and saved it to my computer ready to upload with this
assessment
All students completed the written report
· Task 2:
The follow up questions relating to legal, ethical,
organisational, health and safety practices.
2
LA016775 Legislative Cluster Off-the-Job Assessment
CHC50113-01V01
© New South Wales Technical and Further Education
Commission 2014 (TAFE NSW-WSI) Version 2, June 2014
LA016775 Legislative Cluster Off-the-Job Assessment
CHC50113-01V01
1
© New South Wales Technical and Further Education
Commission 2014 (TAFE NSW-WSI) Version 2, November
2014
OTEN No
N789088
Result Slip No
R9481217
Student Name
Upjinderjeet KAUR
Date marked
23/10/16
Student Feedback
CHCCS400C-Work within a legal and ethical framework
CHCECE009- Use an approved learning framework to guide
practice
HLTWHS003-Maintain work health and safety
CHCPRT001- Identify and Respond to Children and Young
People at Risk
25281 Legislative Cluster Off the Job LA017397
Result
Not Yet Satisfactory - RESUBMIT
Marker’s Comments
Task 1: Two scenarios- James and Lucy
James
a) What is your immediate response?
b) List the indicators of harm.
c) List the risk factors:
d) Will you make a report? Why or why not?
e) Will the parent be notified? Explain why or why not.
f) Using a child focused approach explain how you will
communicate with the child.
Lucy
a) What is your immediate response?
b) List the indicators of harm.
c) List the risk factors:
d) Will the parent be notified? Explain why or why not.
e) Clearly explain the procedures for reporting in your state or
territory, include the organisation you contact, contact numbers
and information you need.
f) Will you make a report? Why or why not?
g) NSW students must also complete the Mandatory Reporter
Guide using the information you have for the Lucy scenario
h) All students written report for Lucy completed
Please resubmit the 5 questions below:
Question G – Complete the Mandatory Reporter Guide using the
information you have for the Lucy Scenario.
Task 2: Questions relating to both scenarios
a) What sections of the Early Childhood Australia’s code of
ethics do these scenarios link to?
· In relation to children
· In relation to Families
b) What is your duty of care?
c) What sections of the UN rights of the child do these
scenarios link to?
d) What are the laws/acts in your state/territory that you need to
follow in relation to reporting risk of harm? (State and
commonwealth)
e) What section of the National Quality Standards Area 2 do
these scenarios link to?
f) Can you share information from these scenarios with other
organisations? Explain your answer
g) Where will the documentation for these two children be kept?
h) Looking at the approved learning framework for your state,
explain how you would use the outcomes to provide ongoing
support and learning for James and Lucy.
i) What cultural considerations will you need to consider in
relation to James and Lucy?
j) Assessing and reporting risk of harm will always be difficult
and may impact on your health. Discuss how you might manage
this impact on your health. (You might consider thinking about
what you might do if you were very upset, finding it hard to
follow organisational policies and procedures, remaining ethical
with the family, abiding by the response and follow up from
child protection services)
Question 1 – What sections of the Code of Ethics do these
scenarios link to –
(a) In relation to children and (b) In relation to families
Question 3 – What sections of the UN rights of the child do
these scenarios link to?
Question 5 – What sections of the National Quality Standards
Area 2 link to these scenarios?
Question 8 – Looking at the approved learning framework,
explain how you would use the learning outcomes to provide
ongoing support and learning for James and Lucy.
Marker’s Final Comment
RESUBMIT – Upjinderjeet, you are so close now to completing
this assessment task. However, there are still some areas which
you were asked to resubmit that have not yet met the marking
criteria. Please do not be disheartened as this is a very
challenging assignment and you are definitely heading in the
right direction. Thank you for all your hard work and
willingness to learn. I wish you all the very best in your next
attempt at this assignment. Please contact the Children’s
Services Teachers at OTEN if you need any further support on
97158817 or 1300122205.
Marker’s name: Susan Jarrett
Date: 23/10/16
LA017397 - Marker’s Feedback Sheet Legislative Cluster Off
the Job Assessment
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© New South Wales Technical and Further Education
Commission 2014 (TAFE NSW- WSI), Version 2, April 2014
LA017397 - Marker’s Feedback Sheet Legislative Cluster Off
the Job Assessment
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© New South Wales Technical and Further Education
Commission 2014 (TAFE NSW- WSI), Version 2, April 2014

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  • 1. Legislative Cluster Early Childhood Education and Care Off-the-Job Assessment LA017397 Please note that all four units in the Legislative Cluster are now co-assessed. This is the only written off-the-job assignment to be completed for all four units. Please ensure that you have read the learning materials for all four units and completed the online tests for all four units prior to commencing this assignment. Checklist: □ I have read the learning resource CHCPRT001 □ I have competed the online test for CHCPRT001, LA016775 □ I have read the learning resource CHCCS400C □ I have competed the online test for CHCCS400C, LA016776 □ I have read the learning resource HLTWHS003 □ I have competed the online test for HLTWHS003, LA017396 □ I have read the learning resource CHCECE009
  • 2. □ I have competed the online test for CHCECE009, LA016778 □ I have attended a live/recorded Connect Session for this cluster of units (optional) □ I have accessed the forums for assistance with this unit (optional) You are NOW ready to start this assessment. Good luck!Assessment Summary This assessment is ungraded. Learners will receive a Satisfactory or Unsatisfactoryin accordance with TAFE NSW Assessment Guidelines. What you have to do Before beginning your assignment, it is important that you have all required formats and documents that were part of the download for this assignment. Also check in the ‘Assessment tips’ section under this assessment tab in the OLS for this unit for any helpful fact sheets and web-links. TASK OVERVIEW Task 1 Read two scenarios and complete questions associated with the scenarios. This will also involve completing a report for the second scenario only. NSW please note your report must also include a Mandatory Reporter Guide to be uploaded with the assessment Task 2
  • 3. Complete questions related to both scenarios. Please read through the tasks carefully and consult the Learner Evidence Guide for marking criteria. Task 1: Two Scenarios Read the scenario ‘James’ and answer the questions relating to this as if you were a mandatory reporter. Read the scenario ‘Lucy’, answer the questions and then complete a report as if you were a mandatory reporter NSW students will also need to complete the Mandatory Reporter Guide and upload as an attachment with this assessment for marking The following link have been provided to assist you with this task NSW Mandatory Reporter Guide http://www.community.nsw.gov.au/kts/guidelines/documents/ma ndatory_reporter_guide.pdf Scenario 1 James is 4 years old and attends the local education and care service Monday to Friday. James has a younger brother Tom who is 2 years old and stays at home and an older brother Max 10 years who attends the local school .James has always been a pleasant boy with many friends but recently his behaviour has changed. He is aggressive with all the children including his friends. You have asked his family if they know of any reason why James is behaving this way. They explain that an older cousin Tony has come to stay with them but he loves James and cannot see how this would have a negative effect on his behaviour. Mum who is from Iran and speaks limited English said “money very tight since James’s dad had accident and not work much, so Tony staying to help so she can do night work and try and bring in some more money.”
  • 4. Today James is at the lunch table when another child accidently spills water over James. James yells at the child and attempts to punch him. You stop James and ask him to get his bag so you can assist him to change into dry clothes whilst another educator ensures the other child is ok. James gets his bag but states very clearly he does not want your help. You respect this but standby near the bathroom to ensure he is safe. As you check to see if James is ok you notice as he pulls his shorts down some large bruising on his thigh. a) Following policy and procedures what is your immediate response? b) List the indicators of harm. c) List the risk factors. d) Will you make a report? Why or why not? e) Will the parent be notified? Explain why or why not. f) Using a child focused approach explain how you will communicate with the child? Scenario 2 Lucy is six months old and attends an education and care service Mon, Wed and Friday. Lucy’s mother is Aboriginal and a night packer at the local shops so dad drops Lucy off and mum picks her up. They live in a community where police often visit due to frequency of violence. It is Monday and Lucy’s father drops her off. Lucy has just started to sit up whilst aided with soft pillows around her. You attempt to sit Lucy down but she screams and puts her hands up for you. Lucy’s father tells you she has been like this all morning and he has had enough and needs to get to work and he leaves. You decide to check Lucy’s nappy when you notice the nappy is soaked through; she has a nappy rash that has resulted in her
  • 5. bottom bleeding and a large red hand print at the top of her leg. Lucy is screaming as you attempt to place a clean nappy on her. You gently place nappy cream on her bottom as permission has been granted on the enrolment form and pick Lucy up to console her. a) Following policy and procedure what is your immediate response? b) List the indicators of harm. c) List the risk factors. d) Will the parent be notified? Explain why or why not. e) Clearly explain the procedures for reporting in your state or territory, include the organisation you contact, contact numbers and information you need. f) Will you make a report? Why or why not? g) NSW students must also complete the Mandatory Reporter Guide using the information you have for the Lucy scenario h) All students to prepare a written report in relation to Lucy. Ensure you write professionally and with no personal opinions or judgement. You may make up information such as address. Report format Name of Service: Date: Name of Child: Age: Address: Gender: Culture: Language spoken: Attends the service: Family details:
  • 6. Time of Incident/Observation: Location: Observation: Other relevant information: Name of Reporter: Signature: Date: END OF TASK 1 - PLEASE CONTINUE TO TASK 2. Task 2: Questions relating to both scenarios Using the information from both scenarios complete the following questions The following links have been provided to assist you with this task. It is important to complete the readings on the OLS for the cluster of units to complete these questions. Code of Ethics http://www.earlychildhoodaustralia.org.au/pdf/code_of_ethics/c ode_of_ethics_%20brochure_screenweb_2010.pdf United Nations Conventions on the rights of the child http://www.unicef.org.au/Discover/What-we-do/Convention-on- the-Rights-of-the-Child/childfriendlycrc.aspx National Quality Standards http://files.acecqa.gov.au/files/National-Quality-Framework- Resources-Kit/NQF03-Guide-to-NQS-130902.pdf 1. What sections of the Early Childhood Australia’s code of ethics do these scenarios link to? a) In relation to children b) In relation to Families 2. What is your duty of care? Can you see any conflicts with abiding with the code of ethics and fulfilling your duty of care?
  • 7. 3. What sections of the UN rights of the child do these scenarios link to? 4. What are the laws/acts in your state/territory that you need to follow in relation to reporting risk of harm? (State and commonwealth) 5. What section of the National Quality Standards Area 2 do these scenarios link to? 6. Can you share information from these scenarios with other organisations? Explain your answer. 7. Where will the documentation for these two children be kept? 8. Looking at the approved learning framework for your state, explain how you would use the outcomes to provide ongoing support and learning for James and Lucy. 9. What cultural considerations will you need to consider in relation to James and Lucy? 10. Assessing and reporting risk of harm will always be difficult and may impact on your health. Discuss how you might manage this impact on your health. (You might consider thinking about what you might do if you were very upset, finding it hard to follow organisational policies and procedures, remaining ethical with the family, abiding by the response and follow up from child protection services) END OF TASK 2 – THIS IS THE END OF THIS ASSESSMENT Assessment Check I have completed: · Task 1 The 2 scenarios and answered the questions relating to the laws, regulations and procedures in my state/territory. For NSW students only
  • 8. Have completed the Mandatory Reporter Guide (website tool) and saved it to my computer ready to upload with this assessment All students completed the written report · Task 2: The follow up questions relating to legal, ethical, organisational, health and safety practices. 2 LA016775 Legislative Cluster Off-the-Job Assessment CHC50113-01V01 © New South Wales Technical and Further Education Commission 2014 (TAFE NSW-WSI) Version 2, June 2014 LA016775 Legislative Cluster Off-the-Job Assessment CHC50113-01V01 1 © New South Wales Technical and Further Education Commission 2014 (TAFE NSW-WSI) Version 2, November 2014 OTEN No N789088 Result Slip No R9481217 Student Name Upjinderjeet KAUR Date marked 23/10/16 Student Feedback
  • 9. CHCCS400C-Work within a legal and ethical framework CHCECE009- Use an approved learning framework to guide practice HLTWHS003-Maintain work health and safety CHCPRT001- Identify and Respond to Children and Young People at Risk 25281 Legislative Cluster Off the Job LA017397 Result Not Yet Satisfactory - RESUBMIT Marker’s Comments Task 1: Two scenarios- James and Lucy James a) What is your immediate response? b) List the indicators of harm. c) List the risk factors: d) Will you make a report? Why or why not? e) Will the parent be notified? Explain why or why not. f) Using a child focused approach explain how you will communicate with the child. Lucy a) What is your immediate response? b) List the indicators of harm. c) List the risk factors: d) Will the parent be notified? Explain why or why not. e) Clearly explain the procedures for reporting in your state or territory, include the organisation you contact, contact numbers and information you need. f) Will you make a report? Why or why not? g) NSW students must also complete the Mandatory Reporter
  • 10. Guide using the information you have for the Lucy scenario h) All students written report for Lucy completed Please resubmit the 5 questions below: Question G – Complete the Mandatory Reporter Guide using the information you have for the Lucy Scenario. Task 2: Questions relating to both scenarios a) What sections of the Early Childhood Australia’s code of ethics do these scenarios link to? · In relation to children · In relation to Families b) What is your duty of care? c) What sections of the UN rights of the child do these scenarios link to? d) What are the laws/acts in your state/territory that you need to follow in relation to reporting risk of harm? (State and commonwealth) e) What section of the National Quality Standards Area 2 do these scenarios link to? f) Can you share information from these scenarios with other organisations? Explain your answer g) Where will the documentation for these two children be kept? h) Looking at the approved learning framework for your state, explain how you would use the outcomes to provide ongoing support and learning for James and Lucy. i) What cultural considerations will you need to consider in relation to James and Lucy? j) Assessing and reporting risk of harm will always be difficult and may impact on your health. Discuss how you might manage this impact on your health. (You might consider thinking about what you might do if you were very upset, finding it hard to follow organisational policies and procedures, remaining ethical with the family, abiding by the response and follow up from child protection services)
  • 11. Question 1 – What sections of the Code of Ethics do these scenarios link to – (a) In relation to children and (b) In relation to families Question 3 – What sections of the UN rights of the child do these scenarios link to? Question 5 – What sections of the National Quality Standards Area 2 link to these scenarios? Question 8 – Looking at the approved learning framework, explain how you would use the learning outcomes to provide ongoing support and learning for James and Lucy. Marker’s Final Comment RESUBMIT – Upjinderjeet, you are so close now to completing this assessment task. However, there are still some areas which you were asked to resubmit that have not yet met the marking criteria. Please do not be disheartened as this is a very challenging assignment and you are definitely heading in the right direction. Thank you for all your hard work and willingness to learn. I wish you all the very best in your next attempt at this assignment. Please contact the Children’s Services Teachers at OTEN if you need any further support on 97158817 or 1300122205. Marker’s name: Susan Jarrett Date: 23/10/16 LA017397 - Marker’s Feedback Sheet Legislative Cluster Off the Job Assessment 2 © New South Wales Technical and Further Education Commission 2014 (TAFE NSW- WSI), Version 2, April 2014 LA017397 - Marker’s Feedback Sheet Legislative Cluster Off the Job Assessment
  • 12. 3 © New South Wales Technical and Further Education Commission 2014 (TAFE NSW- WSI), Version 2, April 2014