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Policy Regarding Placement of Students

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Child’s Paradise Day Care Centre is very interested in being involved in the development of the students at local educational institutions. At times throughout each year, the Centre may approve the placement of students in any or all of the programs. This placement could be a one hour placement or as long as eight weeks. It is a great learning opportunity for the children, the students, and the staff. This is one of many ways that the student acquires new ideas and skills.

At times, the student will be observing a child and recording his/her actions and reactions. The names of the children do not appear anywhere. The purpose is to help the student learn the various observation techniques that they will use when they are in the field. The students are supervised at all times and are never to be left alone with a child at any time.

SUPERVISION OF VOLUNTEERS AND PLACEMENT STUDENTS POLICY

At times throughout each year, the Centre may approve the placement of students in any or all of the programs. This placement could be a one hour placement or as long as eight weeks. It is a great learning opportunity for the children, the students, and the staff. This is one of many ways that the student acquires new ideas and skills. At times, the student will be observing a child and recording his/her actions and reactions. The names of the children do not appear anywhere. The purpose is to help the student learn the various observation techniques that they will use when they are in the field. Child’s Paradise does not permit any person under the age of 18 to supervise children independently. Only paid employees will have direct unsupervised access to children. Volunteers and Placement Students are not counted in staffing ratios. The Director of the Centre will ensure that Volunteers and Placement Students provide a clear criminal reference check and review and sign-off on Centre Policies and Procedures prior to placement and annually thereafter. All Volunteers and Placement Students will review and sign-off on Centre Policies and Procedures, stating that they have read and understood. Staff within the Program Rooms will ensure that Volunteers and Students are not left unsupervised with the children.