Please write between the brackets below your full name,
in ‘CAPITAL LETTERS’
as you would like it to appear on your certificate.
Now sign your signature: ………………………………………………………………………………
Lastly, to complete this page:
Have your ID photo taken by either Scott, Sue or Tannas, with this page of your workbook..
So you are starting this course, tell us how you are feeling?
.Why be an 'Event Steward' ? Unit code: HC4/1/NQ/013.
1.1. State one benefit of preferred choice of placement.
1.2.Produce a simple action plan for a work placement, identifying a targets: Personal/Learning/Future.
.* Please complete the action chart No:1 in this booklet for this question.
3) Using 20-30 words please outline what The Volunteer Network does at an event.
2.1.Outline the main purpose and activities of the work placement organisation.
4) As an Event Steward with The Volunteer Network what roles would you undertake at our events?
3.1.State own role within the work placement organisation.
3.2.List three work-related skills used to carry out assigned tasks during work placement.
5.1.State the organisation’s procedures in the event of a specific accident or emergency. This section is also evidenced within the practical assessment for Stewarding.
About your strengths. This section is about the characteristics that make you into a good team member, work colleague and steward. It may involve you looking closely at the best bits about yourself. If you get stuck ask your tutor for help. Unit code: HC1/1/NQ/030
1) Complete table in the back of the workbook. Look at your skills, abilities, strengths and state how they help you in a stewarding role. also, tell us how they can be used for future/different jobs.
1.1.Identify one example of each of his/her strengths, qualities, skills and abilities and state how each contributes to the roles, responsibilities or activities in which they are applied.1.2.Outline how these may be transferable to different careers.
.4) List the individual steps you would take in dealing with the problem.
2.2.List the steps that need to be taken to solve the problem.
.2.3.Identify sources of support to help solve the problem.
6) Role Play
4.1.Follow instructions to carry out given tasks according to own role in a work placement.
How did you do in the Role Play?
I did this a lot
I did this some of the time
I only did this a little
I didn't do this
I listened to instructions
I asked questions
I followed a plan
I offered ideas or solutions
I checked that people understood what I was suggesting
I supported others
I lead the team
Now you have finished your workbook and you have coloured in your final ‘blobby person’ tell us what you think by answering these questions.
We have lots of other volunteering opportunities running until 1st August 2019, if you would like to be involved please get in touch by visiting ‘Max Mcmillan’ on facebook (his profile is a black dog), or by going to the Volunteer Network www.volunteernetwork.org.uk, or by calling 01458 836130.
I CONFIRM THIS IS ALL MY OWN WORK
Details of the activity undertaken
I confirm that the statements above are a true record of the activity undertaken by the learner:
Signature of Witness: Name of Witness:
Role of Witness: Date:
Course code: 139064. Open College Network, West Midlands. Level 1 Award.
Unit title and code : 1) Work Placement: HC4/1/NQ/013. Unit reference code: R/504/8198.
2) Career preparation: HC1/1/NQ/030. Unit reference code: L/506/0737.
3) Problem Solving for Work: HC7/E3/NQ/004. Unit reference code: J/505/3219