Developing Personal Confidence and Self Awareness - Level 1 (Foundation GCSE)
1.1 Identify a situation when she felt confident and how she behaved in this situation.
1.2. Identify a situation when she lacked confidence and how she behaved in this situation.
1.3. Give an example of how she has lack of confidence.
1.4. Identify ways in which own behaviour can influence ways in which she is viewed by others.
2.1. Identify and give reasons for social situations which make her feel uncomfortable.
2.2. Give an example of behaviour which would be inappropriate in a social situation.
2.3. Identify ways in which s/he could change her attitude and behaviour in social situations to participate more effectively.
3.1. State what makes her feel stressed.
3.2. State how she deals with feeling stressed.
3.3. Identify techniques which can help reduce stress.
3.4. State ways in which these techniques can help her feel better.
4.1. Identify one short term goal.
4.2. Produce a simple action plan which identifies ways to meet the goal.
4.3. Identify and record achievements which lead to attainment of the goal.
4.4. Identify ways in which goal setting has contributed to own self confidence.
Developing Personal Confidence Working With Animals - Level 1 (Foundation GCSE)
1.1 List the general hazards in the working environment.
1.2 List the specific hazards which may occur when working around animals.
1.3 List the specific hazards which may occur when handling animals.
1.4 Use personal protective equipment effectively.
1.5 Use appropriate tools and equipment safely.
1.6 Follow safety rules when working in an animal environment.
2.1 Describe the origins and natural habitat of at least three domesticated animals.
2.2 Explain why these animals were domesticated.
2.3 List the five freedoms expected for good animal welfare.
2.4 Apply the five freedoms when working with animals.
3.1 List a range of behaviours animals and humans use to express their feelings.
3.2 Give examples of how human behaviour can impact on animals, both positively and negatively.
3.3 Give examples of how human thoughts and feelings are affected by animals.
4.1 Assist with caring for at least three animals such as horses, poultry, goats, pigs, dogs or cats.
4.2 Recognise normal and abnormal behaviour in at least two of these types of animals
4.3 State care routines that encourage normal behaviour in the types of animals chosen.
4.4 Change their personal behaviour so as to have a more positive impact on:
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