Describe reasons for adhering to the agreed scope of the job role

Qualification: NCFE CACHE Level 3 Diploma for the Early Years Educator
Unit: Unit 2.1: An introduction to the role of the Early Years practitioner
Learning outcome: Understand the role of the Early Years practitioner
Assessment criteria: Describe reasons for adhering to the agreed scope of the job role

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There are several reasons why it is important to stick to the agreed scope of your job role in an early years setting.

First and foremost, it ensures that all children in your care receive the best possible standard of care. If you were to deviate from the agreed scope of your role, it could put the children in your care at risk. It could also lead to disciplinary action from your employer.

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Another reason why it is important to stick to the agreed scope of your job role is that it helps maintain a good working relationship with your colleagues. If you constantly go outside of your agreed scope of work, it can strain relationships with other staff members.

Finally, sticking to your job role’s agreed scope helps ensure that the early years setting runs smoothly and efficiently. If everyone is clear about their roles and responsibilities, the setting is much easier to run smoothly.

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