Interview Preparation
LADO – Local Authority Designated Officer
  * Who works within Children’s Services?
  * Must be alerted on all cases where it is alleged that a person who works with children has: behaved in a way that has harmed, possibly committed a criminal offence against children
  * Related to a child behaved in a way that indicates s/he is unsuitable to work with children.
The LADO will provide advice, guidance and help to determine what procedures to follow. They also help co-ordinate information-sharing with the right people and will monitor and track any investigation.
Whistle Blowing –
  * If there is wrong doing in your organisation you can 'Blow the whistle' to make it stop.
  * If you have a concern about another colleague’s behaviour, you can use your organisation whistle blowing policy to address the issue and get it sorted.
  * Whistleblowing occurs when a person raises a concern about dangerous, illegal activity or any wrong doing within their organisation.
  * Whistleblowing can involve sharing potentially vital information about health and safety risks, environmental factors, harm of children or vulnerable adults, covering up for someone and many more. It is essential these factors are addressed immediately, so 'Blow the whistle' as early as possible to prevent any real damage being done. 
Behaviour/behaviour management.
  * All settings should have a policy.
  * Understanding that every child is unique and will develop at they own rate which may cause frustration which can development challenging behaviour.
  * Us as practitioners need to understand out the deal with challenging and bring out positive behaviour. While studying my level 2 I understood that too every negative behaviour you pick out in a child, you need to pick out 6 positives in order to challenge the behaviour.
  * You need to be a positive role model. Show them good behaviour.
  * Build positive relationships
  * Organising the environment...