'Taunton School - Event Stewarding workbook' - go to www.volunteernetwork.org.uk- bottom of the homepage for this form
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
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Godney Gathering festival steward 2019
1. On the scale below, please rate where your stewarding knowledge is today?
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Great, I have some knowledge of this subject
Nope, I don't know anything about stewarding.
2. How do you feel 'right now' about starting this course and gaining a qualification in this subject?
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Confident and happy that I can do this.
A bit unsure if I can complete the course.
3. If your score for the above question was 3 to 5 , please tell us why you might find it difficult?
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Let's get you started as an Event Steward. Answer the questions to the best of your ability, draw diagrams to explain your notes if it makes it easier, but show us your understanding of Stewarding, so we can show you off to the examiners and get you the certificate.
Unit code: HC4/1/NQ/013.
4. Name 'one' benefit you will gain from being an Event Steward?
013/1.1. State one benefit of preferred choice of placement.
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5. Using the role of a Steward, you need to identify a future 'personal target', how you are going to do it and when will it be completed?
013/1.2.Produce a simple action plan for a work placement, identifying a targets: 1) Personal, 2) Learning, 3) Future.
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6. Using the role of a Steward, you need to identify a future 'learning target' (something you want to learn later about stewarding) how you are going to do it and when will it be completed?
013/1.2.Produce a simple action plan for a work placement, identifying a targets: 1) Personal, 2) Learning, 3) Future.
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7. Using the role of a Steward, you need to identify a 'future career target'. (something stewarding skills could help you achieve) how you are going to do it and when will it be completed?
013/1.2.Produce a simple action plan for a work placement, identifying a targets: 1) Personal, 2) Learning, 3) Future.
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8. Going back to the presentation by Scott, or information on the internet (www.volunteernetwork.org.uk) please outline or give a general description of 'what' the Volunteer Network does at an event? You have 20-30 words for this activity.
013/2.1.Outline the main purpose and activities of the work placement organisation.
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9. As an Event Steward with The Volunteer Network, name 'three' different roles you would undertake at an event?
013/3.1.State own role within the work placement organisation.
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10. Name 'three' skills that you already have, that could be used in the role of an Event Steward?
013/3.2.List three work related skills used to carry out assigned tasks during work placement.
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11. Practical activity: At some point during this course you will receive a set of instructions to follow (role play). You will use some of the skills that you have learnt as a steward, and you will need to reflect on what you have done. Please complete the table to evaluate your actions.
013/4.1. Follow instructions to carry out given tasks according to own role in a work placement.
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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 up ideas and solutions
I checked that other people understood what i was saying
I supported other people
I lead the team
Anything not covered above?
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12. List the ways or resources you ensure your attendance and punctuality in the following incidents:
A) Turning up for an event on time?
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B) Returning from your lunch break on time?
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C) Getting to a specific area at an event by an agreed time?
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13. Give three examples of how you call for or receive help and information at an event?
013/ 4.3.Request guidance or clarification as necessary to carry out assigned tasks during work placement. This section is also evidenced within the practical assessment for Stewarding.
Example 1
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Example 2
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Example 3
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14. If there was an accident or a fire at a volunteering event, what is the 'automatic' legal procedure to deal with the accident/fire?
013/5.1.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.
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15. Using the site map below identify the grid references for the first aid/medical facilities (there are two of them and they are marked with a red cross in a white circle)?
013/5.2.Locate the First Aid Box in the work placement organisation and list its contents.
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At events, you may have to use a grid system like the one on the map. So that emergency services find it easier to find you or pinpoint a position. Grid systems are up and down lines which are numbered or lettered. e.g. On our map, the toilets in the middle of the site can be found at Grid reference: i, 6.
16. Using the map again. As a steward how would you direct me from the 'Big Meadow stage ' to the nearest 'first-aid/medical' tent, write your directions down here?
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17. Using the contents of a first aid box, please list the items and their use?
013/5.2.Locate the First Aid Box in the work placement organisation and list its contents.
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18. Who is responsible for first aid, and health and safety at The Volunteer Network, at an event?
013/5.3.Identify staff responsible for health and safety and first aid in the work placement organisation.
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About your strengths. This section is about the characteristics that make you into a good team member, work colleague or steward. It will involve 'you looking closely at yourself and your strengths'.
Unit code: HC1/1/NQ/030
Complete the sentences below. 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.
030/1.1.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. 030/1.2.Outline how these may be transferable to different careers.
19. My skill (something that I have learnt or have been taught) is:
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20. And I will use it as a steward when:
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21. And I will also use it in my future career when:
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22. A quality ( something that I was born with) is:
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23. And I will use it as a steward when:
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24. And I will also use it in my future career when:
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25. A strength (something within you that helps you to overcome difficulties) that I have is:
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26. And I will use it as a steward when:
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27. And I will also use it in my future career when:
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28. An ability (this comes from your knowledge, experience and aptitude or talent, to do something well)I have is:
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29. And I will use it as a steward when:
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30. And I will also use it in my future career when:
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31. Whilst we are talking about your career, can you confirm what you would like to do in your future?
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32. Name 'three' different sources, where you can get or obtain information about your future career, or job?
030/2.1.Identify three sources of help or information s/he could use in relation to planning his/her career.
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Problem Solving.
Throughout your life including your future career, you will deal with problems, big and small. This section looks at how Steward's address a problem at an event, work out what solutions are available and who can help them. You will get to practice some of these situations in your practical activity.
Unit code: HC7/E3/NQ/004
33. In one sentence name a problem you might face as a Steward at an event?
004/1.1.Identify a problem s/he has encountered or may encounter in the place of work.
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34. Using 20-30 words 'describe' the above problem in more depth or detail.
004/1.2.Give a description of the problem.
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35. As a Steward, what solutions could you come up with to resolve the problem you have listed, there will be more than one?
004/2.1.Identify a possible solution to a problem in the place of work problem.
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36. Clearly, list the individual steps you have decided to take to resolve the problem you have listed:
004/2.2.List the steps that need to be taken to solve the problem.
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Stewards often work in teams with other stewards and staff. Can you identify who you would get to help you deal with the following problems:
2.3.Identify sources of support to help solve the problem.
37. Who would help you if a member of the public broke their leg?
2.3.Identify sources of support to help solve the problem.
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38. Who would help you if a fire were to break out?
2.3.Identify sources of support to help solve the problem.
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39. Who would help you if a stage collapsed or marquee fell over?
2.3.Identify sources of support to help solve the problem.
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Now is the time to check your answers, remember the examiner is looking for answers that show you understand how to be a steward and that you can identify the people around you who can help.
If you have finished please write your name below to confirm this is all your own work.
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