TDA 3.1 Communication and professional relationships with children, young people and adults.
* Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children young people and adults?
Effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children young people and adults because it will benefit the way we can get things done efficiently.
Giving clear positive instructions, key points and good descriptions, checking and recapping.
Using simple steps, recognition linking to prior knowledge.
Gaining trust to children young people and adults is important too.
Having a sense of humour is also good but you need ...view middle of the document...
When speaking to adults having respect for other colleagues and parents. (You treat people how you would like to be treated.)
Effective communication is all about being PAITENT, CLEAR, BEING CONSIDERATE, BE NICE, SHOWING RESPECT, LISTENING, GIVING TIME TO RESPOND.
We are more likely to communicate information to one another if we are positive.
* Explain the principle of relationship building with children young people and adults?
The principle of relationship building with children and young people and adults are very similar to how we communicate.
Children and young people and adults need to be comfortable in our company if they are then we are more likely to communicate effectively, if people do not get along they will avoid one another where possible.
The relationship building with others are –
BEING CLEAR ON KEY POINTS – when having conversations with others and you’re giving them instructions you need to make sure they are clear and ask the them to repeat back what they need to do.
EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION – The main part for developing relationships the children, young people and adults.
SHOW RESPECT – To develop a positive relationship it is important to be respectful and to listen to their points of view.
BEING CONSIDARATE – We have to take time to consider others when working alongside them whether it be children, young people or adults, and consider why they behave or react in the certain ways they do as it could be out of character, pressure.
TIME TO LISTEN – you need to make time to listen to people esp if they are asking for help or advise or even anything on anything that they find to be confidant.
HUMOUR - It’s good to laugh and see the funny side of different situations laughter is a good icebreaker and is great way to relax and bring fun into the classroom or workplace which is good at building relationships with young people, children and adults.
If we keep to theses simple rules, then we will build a positive relationship with children young people and adults.
* Explain how different social, professional and cultural contexts may affect relationships and the way people communicate?
When dealing with children, young people and adults from different cultures you have to adapt to different situations i.e. the way we communicate in different situations.
When in a meeting you should use more formal language / behaviour and be professional i.e. You need to think before you speak and be more factual be more confidant and precise.
Knowing your boundaries is very important and if you’re not sure what these are in the workplace you always ask but its normally common sense.
You need to keep a professional distance when communicating a professional distance is an arm length.
We communicate not only in language but also in the way we present ourselves our body language, dress code - you present yourself in a formal manner so for instance no jeans or T – shirts.
Writing like for instance...