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Student Name:Student ID:35134/P2 – Portfolio 2Work Placement

Student Name:
Student ID:
35134/P2 – Portfolio 2
Work Placement Portfolio
E1320
CHC43415 Certificate IV in Leisure and Health (Release 2)
1. Background/Overview
During your work placement, you will be undertaking a variety of duties and tasks that relate to your course and the role of a leisure and health worker. You will need to successfully demonstrate that you can perform tasks required in the work environment and collect evidence of this competence.
Your workplace assessments are divided into three sections (the three portfolios) and these need to be submitted in three parts, following the Work Placement Training Plan agreed upon with Open Colleges. This Portfolio is the second section and you’ll need to submit it once it’s fully completed.
Your Workplace Supervisor will give you guidance and feedback on your performance, supporting you to complete the tasks in an appropriate and professional manner.
Evidence of your performance must be collected and submitted to your Open Colleges Trainer/Assessor.
2. Work Placement Portfolio
Your Open Colleges Trainer/Assessor will talk to your Workplace Supervisor (WPS) about all the tasks in each activity. Your WPS will confirm that you have completed each task according to the task instructions, and so you need to ensure your WPS witnesses the individual tasks as you complete them.
This portfolio needs to be uploaded at the end of your placement as a single Word document. Make sure you have completed all the tasks, including signed supervisor section and the video recording, and upload your work to OpenSpace.
Note to students: Client confidentiality
You will need to have a conversation with your WPS in relation to confidentiality as you will need to take copies of clients’ individual plans. Ensure that all client personal details are blacked out.
Selected clients or their legal guardian will need to sign the ‘Consent Form’ (available in Appendix 12) before commencing accessing their personal information or implementing any activities.

Deliverables
1. Write your student name and ID at the top of this page and in the footer and save your document.
2. Please follow the instructions in each part of your portfolio.
3. You will complete Portfolio 2 across the full 120 hours of your work placement.
4. Please ensure you complete all template sections of this document and include any appendices or extra evidence/templates within this one Word file for submission.
5. Save this single Word document using the following naming convention: E.g. studentname_studentid_35134_P2.docx
6. Upload this completed document in OpenSpace using the relevant Assessment Upload link in this Module at the end of your 120 hours of work placement.

Important note for students and supervisors
All tasks in this document must be completed and individually signed by the WPS.
We are not able to accept ‘group’ or ‘combined’ signatures or dates.
Supervisor sign-off
Your WPS needs to provide sign-off, using the table below, for each activity in this portfolio.
Required Activity Date Workplace supervisor name Workplace supervisor signature Comments
Activity 1
• Contributed to the planning, delivery and evaluation of three leisure and health activities for a client or group of clients
• Documented four activity modifications or adaptations which were investigated
• Visited a suitable outing location for a selected client or group of clients
Activity 2
• Using appropriate assessment methods, gathered and recorded detailed information for three clients
• Participated in the design and documentation of program plans
• Implemented the clients’ program plans
• Monitored and evaluated the program plans
Activity 3:
• Reflected on own skills and practice as a leisure and health worker

• Participated in professional discussions with Workplace Supervisor and colleagues for self-improvement and recorded it in a video
Before commencing with the video recordings, you will need to ask participants’ permission for recording and complete the ‘Video Recording Consent Form’ in Appendix 13 with all participants’ name and signature (including yours), then upload to OpenSpace together with the videos and portfolio.
Handy tips for recording and uploading your video to OpenSpace:
? You can create your video using a mobile device or laptop. You can set up the device yourself or ask a friend or colleague to help with the video recording. Before you start recording your video, please look at the OpenSpace video function.
? Before starting your video, write down/think through a plan on what are you going to demonstrate or discuss with other participants. You may want to draft a short script for the participants and for yourself as a guidance on what are you/them going to say in the video.
? As part of your video recording you must include an introductory statement stating your name, student ID, qualification and assessment number.
? Speak clearly and in a professional manner. Make sure you and any other participants (if any) are clearly visible and well lit.
? Do not press ‘Submit’ until you have included all videos, consent forms and the completed portfolio. If you press submit, it will alert the assessor to mark your assessment. This means that, if you have not yet included all the required evidence, the assessor will have to mark the assessment as incomplete or ‘Not Yet Satisfactory’ due to missing evidence.
Activity 1:
Contribute to leisure and health programming This is activity 1 of 3
Description
Contribute to the creation, planning, coordination, delivery and evaluation of appropriate leisure and health activities for individual client(s) and client group.
In consultation with your supervisor, you will be working on three leisure and health activities for your client or client group with the aim of documenting four activity modifications and or adaptions that are investigated, including a visit to a suitable outing venue.
Resources
For this activity, you must have access to:
• use of suitable facilities
• equipment
• individualised plan(s) and equipment or resources outlined in the plan(s)
• information/documentation relevant to leisure and health activities
• access to interdisciplinary teams within leisure and health responsibilities
• templates provided in Appendices 1, 2 and 3.
Task 1: Identify activities to match leisure and health needs of the client or group
Revisit the three lifestyle plans which were developed for the selected clients or client group referred to in Portfolio 1.
Work with the clients or client group and contribute to identifying activities – you may want to refer to the Structured and Unstructured Activities in Appendix 1 to match leisure and health needs of the client or group of clients.
Complete the following activities.
a. Work with health practitioners and key stakeholders.
b. Collect and review information to establish the client’s needs.
c. Complete a Client Social Profile Form Appendix 2.
d. Create an outline of the client’s profile to use as an easy reference to other staff and place in the client’s file using Appendix 3.
e. Identify and review a range of activities.
f. Select an activity with a focus based on the client’s needs, the organisation’s criteria and resource availability.
g. Analyse the activity to match the client’s needs.
h. Conduct an assessment of an activity ‘outing’ requirements, where required.
i. Conduct a risk assessment for the activities, programs and outings.
j. Now, complete three (3) Client Social Profile forms in Appendix 2, one per client.
Questions
Now that you have completed a Social Profile form for each of your clients, answer the following questions to provide an insight on how you completed Task 1 for this activity.
1. List which other health practitioners and key stakeholders you engaged with when identifying activities for your clients. (50 words)
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
2. Outline the processes you undertook to collect and review client information and establish client needs. (50 words)
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Client 3
3. Provide an example of one activity per client. (10 words)
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Client 3
4. Provide an example of an activity that focuses on the clients’ needs, the organisation’s criteria and resources availability. (50 words)
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Client 3
5. Provide an analysis of the selected activity and how it meets the client’s needs. (50 words)
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Client 3
6. Outline how you conducted the assessment on the activity ‘outing’ requirements. (50 words)
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7. Provide an outline of how you conducted a risk assessment for the activities, programs and outings. (50 words)
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Client 3
Task 2: Assist with the preparation of activities for your three clients
Following on from the previous task, using the Lifestyle Plan in Appendix 4, assist with the preparation of Activity Plans for the three (3) activities for the selected clients or group.
a. Carry out the appropriate planning of activities to meet client needs.
b. Include client and stakeholder(s) consultation meeting relating to the activities.
c. Define the operational requirements for conducting the activity and assess for practicality.
d. Develop and document goals, including implementation and evaluation strategies and outcomes, for each activity.
e. Develop plans that include activity modifications required to meet clients’ needs.
f. Use organisation procedures and protocols to document resources adaptations, where required.
g. Ensure planned activities reflect best practice in working with the leisure and health clients.
h. Use organisation procedures and protocols to document the activity plans.
i. Now, complete the first two sections, Lifestyle Plan, using Appendix 4 for each of your clients.
Questions
Now that you have completed an activity plan for each of your clients, answer the following questions, to provide an insight on how you completed Task 2 in this activity.
1. Outline how you conducted the appropriate planning of activities to meet the clients’ needs. (50 words)
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
2. Provide a short summary of the consultation meeting you had with the clients and stakeholders. (50 words)
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
3. List the operational requirements for conducting the activities.
Client 1

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Client 3
4. Describe how you assessed the activities for practicality.
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5. For each client, select one activity and state the goals, implementation and evaluation strategies including outcomes for the activity. (50 words)
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Client 3
6. Outline how you identified that you needed to modify your plans for each activity. (50 words)
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Client 3
7. Explain why you needed to modify your plans for each activity. (50 words)
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8. State when and which organisation procedures and protocols you referred to when documenting resource adaptations.
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Client 3
9. Explain how the activities you planned reflect best practice in working with your leisure and health clients. (50 words)
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Client 3
10. Outline how you used organisation procedures and protocols to document the activity plan. (50 words)
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Client 3
Task 3: Identify and obtain required resources for your three clients
Following on from the previous task, now complete the section relating to setting/environment/floor plan of the Lifestyle Plan in Appendix 4 to assist in identifying and obtaining the required resources for the Activity Plan for selected client or group.
To complete Appendix 4, you will need to complete the following tasks.
a. Develop and implement strategies to access and employ professionals, funding and tangible resources.
b. Refer to organisation guidelines for submission to suppliers for necessary resources.
c. Select a range of leisure and recreation activities and experiences to meet the client needs
d. Select outing venues and document your evaluation of the venue using the Section 1 – Evaluation in Appendix 5.
e. Isolate aspects of the activity matching client abilities.
f. Where necessary, modify and adapt the activity to meet client needs.
g. Audit all available resources.
h. Now, complete the Lifestyle Plan, section setting/environment/floor plan and the Activity Record/Evaluation forms.
Questions
Now that you have completed an Activity Plan for each of your clients, answer the following questions to provide an insight on how you completed Task 3 in this activity.
1. Provide a brief explanation of how your development and implemented strategies to access and employ professional funding and tangible resources. (50 words)
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
2. When resources were not available, outline the organisational guidelines and process(es) you followed to approach suppliers and apply for resources.
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Client 2

Client 3
3. Outline your process in evaluating, selecting and arranging a suitable location, including a site visit, to implement your program.
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4. Select and list at least two (2) leisure and recreation activities and experiences which meet your client needs.
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5. From the activities listed at Question 4 (above), isolate at least one aspect of the activities that match your clients’ abilities.
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6. Outline the necessary modification and adaptations you made to the activities to meet client needs.
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7. Explain how you will conduct an audit of all the available resources. (20 words)
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Task 4: Promote activity or program for your three (3) clients
Following on from the previous task, complete the Individual Program Plan in Appendix 6 to assist in promoting the activity or program for the selected client or group.
To complete Appendix 6, you will need to address the following requirements.
a. Assist in identifying the potential program users and design and distribute appropriate information to achieve maximum response and evaluate the effectiveness of the promotional activities and make the required changes as per the client’s response.
b. Develop motivational strategies to maximise client participation.
c. Conduct an evaluation of the effectiveness of the motivational strategies and adjust, as per the clients’ responses.
d. Now, complete an ‘Individual Program Plan’ in Appendix 6 for each client.
Questions
Now that you have completed an Individual Program Plan for each of your clients, answer the following questions to provide an insight on how you completed Activity 1 in Task 4.
1. Explain how you identified potential program/activity users and designed and distributed information to achieve maximum outcomes. (50 words)
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
2. Provide an outline on the effectiveness of the promotional activities and the changes you made as per client responses. (50 words)
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
3. Outline your motivational strategies to maximise client participation. (50 words)
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Client 2

Client 3
4. Provide a short summary of client responses from the evaluation of the effectiveness of the motivational strategies and adjustments you made to the program/activity. (50 words)
Client 1

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Client 3
Task 5: Delivery activity or program for your three clients
Following from the previous task, deliver your activity or program to three (3) clients by completing the Facilitation Plan within section 4 of your Lifestyle Plan Appendix 4.
To complete Section 4 of your Lifestyle Plan Appendix 4, incorporate the following aspects.
a. Using the organisation guidelines and legislative requirements, implement activities on the program plan.
b. Give clients access to a range of activities which are suitable to their needs and interests.
c. Develop flexible implementation plans suitable for a variety of situations to manage contingencies.
d. As required, adjust the program to meet the changing needs of the clients.
e. Quickly address issues in the delivery of activities.
f. Utilise effective facilitation techniques in the delivery of activities.
g. Develop and implement strategies to manage clients’ challenging behaviours.
h. Monitor the clients’ engagement and participation in activities.
i. Using your findings, make amendments to the activities to facilitate an appropriate level of client participation.
Questions
Now that you have completed section 4 of the activity plan for each of your clients, answer the following questions to provide an insight on how you completed task 5 of this activity.
1. Outline the guidelines and legislative requirements you referred to when implementing the activities.
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
2. List the range of activities you provided which are suitable to the clients’ needs and interests.
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
3. Explain your implementation plans for a variety of situations and how you managed any contingencies. (50 words)
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
4. List the adjustments you made to meet the clients’ changing needs.
Client 1

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Client 3
5. Outline two (2) of the issues you addressed when delivering the activities. (50 words)
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6. Explain two (2) of the facilitation techniques you applied when delivering the activities. (50 words)
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7. Outline one strategy you developed and implemented to manage client behaviour. (50 words)
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8. Explain how engaged the clients were in participating in the activities. (50 words)
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Client 3
9. Outline the amendments you made to the activities to enable the clients to appropriately participate.
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Client 3
Task 6: Activity evaluation for your three (3) clients
Continuing from your previous task, evaluate your activity plans, complete section 5 of Appendix 4.
To complete sections 5 of Appendix 4, complete the following aspects.
a. In consultation with clients and stakeholders, develop evaluation criteria to assess the effectiveness of the program.
b. Regularly conduct appropriate evaluation and adjustments during and after each activity.
c. Collect organise and report your evaluation information in a format that is accessible and meaningful to clients and stakeholders.
d. Prepare and present reports as required.
e. Now complete Section 5 of your Activity Plan Appendix 4.
Questions
Now that you have completed Section 5 of the ‘Activity Plan’ for each of your clients, answer the following questions to provide an insight on how you completed task 6 in this activity.
1. Provide an outline of the evaluation criteria you used to assess the effectiveness of the program. (50 words)
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
2. Provide a list of the adjustments you made. (50 words)
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
3. Outline how you routinely used appropriate evaluation, revision and development of strategies during and after the activities.
4. Discuss how you collected, organised and reported on the evaluation information so it was meaningful to clients and stakeholders.
5. Summarise your report outlining your evaluation information.
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Client 2

Client 3
Task 7: Document the activity or program for your three (3) clients
Using the information, you collected on the leisure and health program you contributed to, address the following aspects.
a. Decide on the documentation requirements that reflect accepted best practice in working within the leisure and health profession.
b. Manage the documentation processes while referring to organisation guidelines and legislative requirements.
c. Evaluate the effectiveness of the documentation.
Questions
Now that you have documented and evaluated your plans, answer the following questions to provide an insight on how you completed Task 7 in Activity 1.
1. List the documents you developed, which represent best practice processes.
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
2. Outline the organisation’s guidelines and legislative requirements for managing the documentation process.
3. Provide a short explanation on how effective your evaluation was. (50 words)
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Client 3
Activity 2:
Participate in the planning, implementation and monitoring of individual leisure and health programs This is activity 2 of 3
Description
In consultation with your workplace supervisor, work with three clients to gather and record detailed information using appropriate assessment methods.
a. Participate in the design of the clients’ programs.
b. Document the program plans.
c. Implement the programs according to the plan or instructions.
d. Monitor and evaluate the program plans.
Resources
For this activity, you must have access to:
• the use of suitable facilities
• suitable equipment
• Individualised Plans and resources outlined in the plan.
Task 1: Gather and record detailed information about your three clients
Referring to your three (3) clients’ Individual Plans, under the guidance of an experienced leisure and health worker, participate in the planning, implementation and monitoring of individual leisure and health programs, using the Appendix 7 Wellbeing Profile.
To complete Appendix 7, incorporate the following aspects.
a. Apply appropriate assessment methods to assess the client’s leisure and health needs for a specific purpose.
b. Utilise a variety of appropriate recording methods.
c. Using a holistic approach to the health and wellbeing of clients, record client information.
d. Participate in the analysis of the information and using the outcome of the analysis, identify clients’ individual strengths, needs, interests and preferences.
e. While observing and recording client information, maintain confidentiality.
f. Now, complete the Appendix 7 ‘Wellbeing Profile’ for each client.
Questions
Now that you have completed each client’s Wellbeing Profile in Appendix 7, answer the following questions to provide an insight of how you completed Task 1 in this activity.
1. Outline the method you used to assess the client’s leisure and health needs.
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Client 2

Client 3
2. Outline the various methods available for recording client information. (50 words)
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Client 2

Client 3
3. Explain the holistic approach(es) to leisure and wellbeing of clients you applied when recording client information. (50 words)
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Client 2

Client 3
4. Explain the process(es) you applied to analyse client information. (50 words)
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Client 3
5. Describe the methods you used when observing and recording client information.
(50 words)
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Client 3
6. Explain how you maintain confidentiality. (50 words)
Task 2: Participate in the design of individual program plans
Continuing with your three (3) clients represented in the previous task, participate in the design of the clients’ program plans using Appendix 6 ‘Individual Program Plans’.
To complete Appendix 6, include the following aspects:
a. Based on the clients’ leisure and health needs assessments, use a consultative approach to identify and include a range of resources and ideas to meet their leisure needs based on lifestyle, interests and social contexts relevant to each individual and their community.
b. Conduct research to identify ways on how health, wellbeing and abilities of clients are enhanced by incorporating specific leisure and recreation needs of clients while also reflecting the philosophy and goals of the leisure and health.
c. Assist with the documentation of the client program plan based on collated information.
d. Now, complete the clients’ Individual Program Plans’ using the template in Appendix 6.
Questions
Now that you have completed the ‘Wellbeing Profile’ in Appendix 6 for each of your clients, answer the following questions to provide an insight of how you completed Activity 2, Task 2.
1. Explain the consultative approach and methods you used, based on the clients’ leisure and health needs assessments.
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
2. Based on each client’s interests and social context relevant to them and their community, list the range of resources and ideas you identified.
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
3. Provide a summary on your research outlining how health, wellbeing and abilities of clients are enhanced with the use of specific leisure and recreational activities, while reflecting the philosophy and goals of the leisure and health sector. (20 words per client)
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
4. Explain how you documented each client’s Program Plan using the information you collected.
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Client 2
Client 3
Task 3: Implement individual program plans for your three (3) clients
Continuing with your three clients and plans represented in the previous tasks, implement the clients’ individual plans and complete the Implementation Strategy column using Appendix 6.
To complete Appendix 6, incorporate the following aspects.
a. Contribute to developing the setting and environment, for leisure and health activities within the constraints of resources, location and client’s needs and availability.
b. Contribute to developing timetables that provide structure and flexibility, and services as a communication tool to clients and stakeholders.
c. In line with your role and service requirements implement programs allowing for clear staff communication, adapting to environmental conditions and the needs on the day.
d. As a requirement of the client’s program plan, gather and organise resources, and where appropriate offsite outings as an extension of the program.
e. Provide ongoing communication to clients, family, carers, and stakeholders and identify any concerns about current client programs and make the appropriate referrals and recommendations.
For this task select one client for whom you will identify three leisure and health activities which cater for the needs and interests of clients with varying cognitive and functioning abilities. Complete the following tasks:
• implement a range of motivations strategies which are age- and culturally-appropriate to maximise client participation
• clearly communicate your strategies to clients
• decide on whether the client’s own perception of health, wellness, illness and disability are impacting on their participation in the leisure activity
• include protective and inclusive practices into the leisure service delivery
• identify ‘acceptable’ and ‘unacceptable’ behaviour or responses to illness and respond in accordance with organisation guidelines
• now, complete the Motivations Strategy for one of your clients.
Questions
Now that you have completed the Implementation Strategy column of the client’s Individual Program Plan in Appendix 6, answer the following questions to provide an insight of how you completed Activity 1 of Task 3.
1. Explain how you contributed to developing the setting and environment for the leisure and health activities, while working within the constraints of resources, location and client needs and availability. (50 words)
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
2. Outline how you contributed to the development of timetables as a communication tool for clients and stakeholders. (50 words)
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
3. Explain how the timetable provided clients with structure and flexibility. (50 words)
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
4. Provide one example of a program you have implemented and outline how you clearly communicated the program to all staff. (50 words)
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
5. Explain how you adapted the program to meet the conditions and needs on the day in line with the leisure and health role and service requirements. (50 words)
Client 1

Client 2

Client 3
6. List the resources you gathered and organised for the off-site outing.
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Client 2

Client 3
7. Outline how you conducted ongoing communication to clients, family, carers and stakeholders, addressing any of their concerns about the program, including referrals and recommendations. (100 words)
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Client 3
8. Explain how you implemented a range of motivational strategies to maximise client participation for each leisure and health activity. (50 words)
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Client 3
9. Discuss how you ensured that strategies were age- and culturally-appropriate. (50 words)
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Client 2

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10. Explain how you determined if the clients’ perceptions of health, wellness, illness and disability were impacting on their participation in leisure activity. (50 words)
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11. Explain how you incorporated protective and inclusive practices into the leisure service delivery. (50 words)
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12. Outline how you determined what was ‘acceptable’ and ‘unacceptable’ behaviour or responses to illness. (50 words)
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13. Name the organisation guidelines you referred to for direction in selecting an appropriate response.
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Task 4: Monitor and evaluate client program plans for your three (3) clients
Access the client plans you participated in developing and assess and evaluate the outcomes of each plan.
a. Locate and apply your organsiaiton’s criteria for documentation and evaluation.
b. Using the identified criteria for documenting and evaluating each plan, conduct a review of the client Activity Plans to assess, whether they meet the clients’ needs and service requirements.
c. At the end of each activity, document and evaluate the client Activity Plans.
d. Now, complete the Evaluation column of each client’s Individual Program Plan, using Appendix 6.
Questions
Now that you have completed the Evaluation column of each clients’ Individual Program Plan, in Appendix 6, answer the following questions to provide an insight of how you completed Activity 1 of Task 4.
1. Outline the criteria you will use for review when documenting and evaluating plans.
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2. Describe the process you applied to assess each client’s progress.
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3. Explain how you contributed to the regular review of each client’s’ Individual Program Plan’.
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4. Outline how you regularly documented and evaluated outcomes of each client Program Plan according to their needs and service requirements.
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Activity 3:
Reflect on and improve own professional practice This is activity 3 of 3
Description
Working closely with your workplace supervisor, you are to undertake a structured process to reflect on and improve your skills and create a Personal Development Plan using the supplied templates.
Your Personal Development Plan must include:
• your goals
• timeframes to achieve these goals
• targets
• progress checkpoints and measurements.
Your resources include:
• use of suitable facilities
• equipment
• templates (Appendices 8, 9 and 10).
In this activity, you will need to:
• reflect on your own practice as a leisure and health worker
• enhance your skills as a leisure and health worker
• facilitate your own ongoing professional development.
Task 1: Self-evaluation
Conduct a self-evaluation using the Reflection Diary (Appendix 8) and Reflection template (Appendix 9).
Think about the activities you completed in Portfolios 1 and 2 and reflect on your own skills and practices. Meet with your supervisor and/or peers and undertake a self-evaluation on how you are progressing with the allocated tasks.
Record a 3-5 minute video of the professional conversation regarding your strengths and areas for improvement with your supervisor or peers, discussing their feedback and ideas for you to improve in the identified areas.
Make sure that the ‘Video Recording Consent Form’ is completed and signed by all participants. See Open Colleges Assessor’s report for criteria you will be assessed against.
As part of your video recording you must include an introductory statement stating your name, student ID, qualification and assessment number.
To successfully complete your self-evaluation, you will need to:
a. Reflect on and recognise the effect of values, beliefs and behaviour in your work.
b. Conduct a two-way, open and evaluative feedback conversation with co-workers or peers.
c. Actively seek and reflect on feedback from clients, organisations or other relevant sources.
d. Complete your self-evaluation and reflective tasks using the templates in Appendix 8 and Appendix 9.
To be completed by Open Colleges Assessor:
Following tasks have been demonstrated: Satisfactory/
Not Yet Satisfactory Assessor’s comments
Consent form was completed and signed by all participants
Choose an item.
Student was able to receive feedback from supervisor or peers in a positive way
Choose an item.
Student was engaged in a professional conversation with workplace supervisor regarding student’s skills and knowledge
Choose an item.
Student was able to reflect on own practice and skills
Choose an item.
Student was able to discuss own personal and professional development plan in a positive manner
Choose an item.
Questions
Now that you have completed your ‘Reflection Diary’ and self-evaluation using the templates in Appendices 8 and 9, answer the following questions to provide an insight of how you completed Task 1 in Activity 3.
1. In conducting your self-evaluation, list four of your values, beliefs and behaviours that you have demonstrated in your work environment which you discussed with your supervisor(s) and/or peers. (50 words)
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2. Reflect on your two-way open evaluative feedback with your co-workers or peers and highlight two aspects of the feedback you received and how you can further develop in those areas.
Area of development 1:
Area of development 2:
3. Provide an example of how you actively asked for feedback from your clients and stakeholders. (75 words)
Task 2: Enhance your own practice
Continuing from the previous task, select three (3) areas you would like to improve and develop. You will need to develop, document and implement your Development Plan and set realistic goals and targets using the Development Plan template in Appendix 10.
To successfully complete your Development Plan, apply the following aspects.
a. Identify potential support networks – both internal and external to the organisation.
b. Identify and seek specialist advice or any further training.
c. Identify and understand the requirements of self-care and additional support.
d. Complete your Development Plan using the template in Appendix 10.
Questions
Now that you have completed your development plan, answer the following questions to provide an insight of how you completed Task 2 in Activity 3.
1. Provide a list of 10 possible support contacts – both internal and external to the organisation.
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2. Identify two (2) areas of improvement and where you asked two specialists for advice.
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3. Outline how the two specialists can assist you with any further training.
4. List the requirements of self-care.
5. Explain how you determined your goals and targets when you devised your Development Plan. (50 words)
Task 3: Facilitate ongoing professional development
As it is important to follow through with your development, you should always have your Development Plan at hand as it is a living document in which, as you develop or improve a skill, you can update your progress.
At the end of Portfolio 3, schedule a meeting with your WPSand review your Development Plan to identify areas where you have improved your skills as a leisure and health worker.

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