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CHCEDU002 Plan health promotion and community intervention  

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CHCEDU002 Plan health promotion and community intervention  :

CHCEDU002 Plan health promotion and community intervention
CHCEDU002 Plan health promotion and community intervention

 

  Instruction to Students: Demonstrate the following performance skills in Task 1 and 2 under the observation of workplace assessor.If you are deemed not yet competent on your 1st attempt you will be given feedback on your performance and a new time for a 2nd attempt assessment will be organised.Dependent on your performance feedback you may be requested to attend additional training prior to your 2nd attempt.If you are deemed not yet competent after your 2nd attempt you will be provided with additional research skills training until your assessor feels you are ready for your 3rd attempt assessment. Skills must have been demonstrated in the workplace or in a simulated environment that reflects workplace conditions. Where simulation is used the following conditions must have been met for this unit: use of suitable facilities, equipment and resources, including: health promotion resourceshealth data, including epidemiological datamodelling of industry operating conditions  
CHCEDU002 Plan health promotion and community intervention

In a simulated environment

CHCEDU002 Plan health promotion and community intervention Task 1:

The student will need to develop a health promotion plan for a Youth issue by:

  • Identifying key issues in preventative health care using social research methods and epidemiological data to analyse health trends
  • Working within the educational framework of health promotion interpreting data and identified key preventative health issues and target audiences
  • developing and applying a range of preventative health strategies to plan appropriate health promotion within the community

*Your trainer and assessor will provide you with examples of health promotional activities and community programs, campaigns and educational resources

Plan health promotion Written report

Pdf written report titled CHCEDU002 AT3 Task 1 (Students name) to be submitted to assessors

In the context of the role of a Community support worker your organisation has been granted $40,000 AUD dollars as a one-off grant to develop a plan for a health promotion program for an issue affecting the Youth (13 – 19 years) in your local community.

Consider your local community and write the following:

1. Undertake a health situation analysis

  1. List common issues associated with Youth in the area.
  • List the knowledge level, attitude and practices related to these common problems in the area.
  • List local health institutions and resources which are currently involved in health-related programs for this selected group.
  • List relevant epidemiological and statistical data using social methods of research to analyse health trends

2. List and prioritise the health problems associated with targeted youth group (13 – 19years).

  1. List of common health problems in the selected group
  • Prioritisation of these problems

3. Consider any one of the first three health problems in the youth group which you have prioritised and list actions which would be required to solve the identified health problem in that group.

  1. Name of the health problems and actions which would be required to solve this problem.
  • Out of the actions list what are the actions which fall under the category of health promotion.

4. Define your goals that you would be able to achieve under the health promotion category in the next 6 months.

5. Identify Objectives to be performed for health promotion in the district for achieving the targets you have put for 6 months.

6. List and match human resources, budget, institutions etc and other resources which are available for carrying out the activities related to health promotion in the community for 6 months with identified goals.

7. Draw detailed implementation plan on health promotion program by writing:

  1. Objectives which would be achieved in the year.
  • Timeframe–specify the activities/tasks and time required for each of these tasks and any milestones.
  • Outputs in terms of number of health promotion activities/services.

8. Develop a monitoring plan and built in feedback indicators for the health promotion program among identified youth group in the community.

  1. Who will monitor?
  • What health promotion activities/services will be monitored/supervised?
  • How will these be monitored based on reporting mechanism or filed visits?
  • What would be monitoring indicators?
  • How interpretation of indicators will be made and corrective action taken?

9. How the final evaluation would be carried out, who would carry out this evaluation and how?


Task 2

The student will need to develop a community intervention plan for a health issue related to primary school aged children (5 -12yrs) by:

  • Identifying key issues in preventative health care using social research methods and epidemiological data to analyse health trends
  • Working within the educational framework of health promotion interpreting data and identified key preventative health issues and target audiences
  • developing and applying a range of preventative health strategies to plan appropriate health promotion within the community

*Your trainer and assessor will provide you with examples of health promotional activities and community programs, campaigns and educational resources

Written report

Pdf written report titled CHCEDU002 AT3 Task 2 (Students name) to be submitted to assessors

In the context of the role of a Community support worker your organization has been granted $20,000 AUD dollars as a one-off grant to develop a community intervention plan for a health issue affecting primary school aged children (5 -12yrs) in your local community.

Consider your local community and write the following:

1. Undertake a health situation analysis

  1. List common issues associated with primary school aged children (5 -12yrs) in the area.
  2. List the knowledge level, attitude and practices related to these common problems in the area.
  3. List local health institutions and resources which are currently involved in health-related programs for this selected group.
  4. List relevant epidemiological and statistical data using social methods of research to analyse health trends

2. List and prioritise the health problems associated with targeted primary school aged children (5 -12yrs)

  1. List of common health problems in the selected group
  2. Prioritisation of these problems

3. Consider any one of the first three health problems in the primary school aged children (5 -12yrs) which you have prioritised and list actions which would be required to solve the identified health problem in that group.

  1. Name of the health problems and actions which would be required to solve this problem.
  • Out of the actions list what are the actions which fall under the category of health promotion.

4. Define your goals that you would be able to achieve under the health promotion category in the next 3 months.

5. Identify Objectives to be performed for health promotion in the district for achieving the targets you have put for 3 months.

6. List and match human resources, budget, institutions etc and other resources which are available for carrying out the activities related to health promotion in the community for 3 months with identified goals.

Ans:

7. Draw detailed implementation plan on community intervention program by writing:

  1. Objectives which would be achieved in the year.
  2. Inputs resources required.
  3. Timeframe–specify the activities/tasks and time required for each of these tasks and any milestones.
  4. Outputs in terms of number of health promotion activities/services.

8. Develop a monitoring plan and built in feedback indicators for the community intervention program among identified primary school aged children (5 -12yrs) in the community.

  1. Who will monitor?
  2. What health promotion activities/services will be monitored/supervised?
  3. How will these be monitored based on reporting mechanism or filed visits?
  4. What would be monitoring indicators?
  5. How interpretation of indicators will be made and corrective action taken?

9. How the final evaluation would be carried out, who would carry out this evaluation and how?

CHCEDU002 Observation of skills – checklist

CHCEDU002 Plan health promotion and community intervention
The observation checklist is used by the assessor to observe the student demonstrating the application of the required skills and knowledge. *The assessor needs to ensure that they take detailed notes on the performance of the student in the comments section provided.
Student Name: 
Assessor Name: 
TASK 1 The student will be provided with a case scenario of a community need. The student will be required to engage with stakeholders, develop a community sector program or activity to meet this need and implement and evaluate the program or activity using real people. The student will be observed undertaking this community program or using the observational checklist
The student is able to demonstrate competency by:SN/S
Task 1 The student will need to develop and submit a health promotion plan for a Youth issue by: ☐ Student identified key issues in preventative health care demonstrating the use of social research methods and epidemiological data to analyse health trends ☐ Student demonstrated how they interpreted health promotional data and how they identified key preventative health issues for the youth target audience working within the educational framework of health promotion ☐ Student developed and applied a range of preventative health strategies to plan appropriate health promotion for the youth target audience based on research findings ☐ Student completed a written report that provided responses to the listed the questions relating to health problems associated with targeted youth group (13 – 19years)  
Assessor to comment on student’s demonstration of research skills, interpretation of findings and planned strategies to address findings List research methods used to identify key health issues for the youth target audience:         List the type of health promotional data interpreted for the youth target audience:         List the preventative health strategies applied to planning for the youth target audience:              
Written Report Undertake a health situation analysis that identifies key issues in preventive health care with targeted youth group (13 – 19years)List and prioritise the health problems associated with targeted youth group (13 – 19years) including epidemiological data to analyse health trendsConsider any one of the first three health problems you have listed with targeted youth group (13 – 19years) which you have prioritised and list actions which would be required to solve the identified health problem in that group. Define your goals that you would be able to achieve under the health promotion category in the next 6 months.Identify objectives to be performed for health promotion in the district for achieving the targets you have put for 6 months. List and match human resources, budget, institutions etc and other resources which are available for carrying out the activities related to health promotion in the community for 6 months with identified goals. Draw detailed implementation plan on health promotion program Develop a monitoring plan and built-in feedback indicators for the health promotion program among identified youth group in the community. How the final evaluation would be carried out, who would carry out this evaluation and how? Student to submit a written report titled CHCEDU002 AT3 Task 1 (Students name) submitted to assessors  
The student is able to demonstrate competency by:SN/S
Task 2 The student will need to develop and submit a health promotion plan for primary school aged children health issue by: ☐ Student identified key issues in preventative health care demonstrating the use of social research methods and epidemiological data to analyse health trends ☐ Student demonstrated how they interpreted health promotional data and how they identified key preventative health issues for the youth target audience working within the educational framework of health promotion ☐ Student developed and applied a range of preventative health strategies to plan appropriate health promotion for the primary school aged children audience based on research findings ☐ Student completed a written report that provided responses to the listed the questions relating to health problems associated with targeted primary school aged children (5 -12yrs)
Assessor to comment on student’s demonstration of research skills, interpretation of findings and planned strategies to address findings List research methods used to identify key health issues for the youth target audience:         List the type of health promotional data interpreted for the youth target audience:         List the preventative health strategies applied to planning for the youth target audience:              
Written Report Undertake a health situation analysis that identifies key issues in preventive health care with targeted primary school aged children (5 -12yrs)List and prioritise the health problems associated with targeted primary school aged children (5 -12yrs)Consider any one of the first three health problems in the primary school aged children (5 -12yrs) which you have prioritised and list actions which would be required to solve the identified health problem in that group. Define your goals that you would be able to achieve under the health promotion category in the next 3 months.Identify objectives to be performed for health promotion in the district for achieving the targets you have put for 3 months. List and match human resources, budget, institutions etc and other resources which are available for carrying out the activities related to health promotion activity in the community for 3 months with identified goals. Draw detailed implementation plan on community intervention program Develop a monitoring plan and built in feedback indicators for the community intervention program among identified primary school aged children (5 -12yrs) in the community. How the final evaluation would be carried out, who would carry out this evaluation and how? Student to submit a written report titled CHCEDU002 AT3 Task 2 (Students name) submitted to assessors  
Details of Students performance based on demonstration of skills as outlined in the performance evidence, written report and feedback given to Student:                     If student is deemed not yet satisfactory set a new date for assessment:
Result                  ☐ Satisfactory                  ☐ Not Yet Satisfactory                        ☐Student Notified of result 
Assessor SignatureDate:
Student’s SignatureDate:
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