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Any skills based element within the unit must be assessed in the workplace or using workplace based evidence.
Build relationships with children and young people that model positive behaviour
Demonstrate what is required to act as a role model to children and young people
Describe the effect that age, gender and cultural differences may have on the relationship between the worker and the child or young person, including power imbalances
Analyse and reflect on own personal behaviours and attitudes that might suggest prejudice and discrimination and show how this reflection has changed behaviour
Analyse and reflect on own personal behaviours and attitudes that might collude with offending and anti-social behaviour and demonstrate changes in practice as a result of this reflection
Demonstrate social responsibility and promotion of diversity in interactions with children and young people
Demonstrate how the reasoning processes used by different children and young people can be positively influenced by the relationship between the worker and the child or young person
Facilitate children and young people to acknowledge the impact of crime on victims and communities and reinforce positive behaviour
Encourage children and young people to communicate in ways which support the right to expression but challenge discriminatory, offending or antisocial behaviour
Explore with children and young people the way that they think about crime and antisocial behaviour and its effects on victims and the wider community
Identify and implement strategies for encouraging individuals to recognise and take responsibility for their own behaviour and their obligations to others, particularly the victims of crime
Identify and implement strategies to promote constructive ways of acting and thinking which promote inclusion and social behaviour