Understanding the law is now a more important part of youth work practice than ever before, and all successful youth work professionals need to understand the way that law and policy supports good ethical practice. This book provides a coherent overview of the legal processes and requirements encountered by today's youth work professionals, helping readers learn how to make informed ethical judgements and offer appropriate advice to young people. It offers an insight into how laws are made, explains major legal requirements for safe youth work practice and details a range of guidance on the current frameworks and legislation students and practitioners need to be aware of. Using real world scenarios, case studies, and reflective questions, it helps the reader to engage critically with the current legal context of youth work, and develop their thinking, skills and practice. This is essential reading for all students working towards professional recognition in work with young people.manual handling operations and/or by reducing the risk of injury through mechanical assistance or changing the task, load and working environment. ... a holistic range of factors and options in an effort to remove or reduce the level of risk by putting the person first and at the heart of the process. ... It is also worthy of note that items of a relatively light weight can cause injury if not lifted properly, for exampleanbsp;...
|Title||:||Understanding Youth Work Law|
|Author||:||Brian P. McGinley|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 2014-03-01|