Unit Code: AF63CY002
Credit Value: 6
Unit ID: BZZ730
Sector: 15.3 Business Management Last registration date: 31/07/2014
Purpose and Aim:
The learner will:
The learner can:
Understand the process involved in the safe planning and administration for an off-site visit/event.
Set clear objectives for events/visits.
Assess the needs of groups.
Analyse the staffing requirement for events/visits.
Match the skills of staff to requirements of events/visits.
Understand the legal framework surrounding off-site activities.
Explain legislation relating to off-site events/visits.
Interpret the legal framework in relation to off-site activities.
Explain the meaning of the following terms: • duty of care • higher duty of care • in loco parentis • vicarious liability • negligence.
Apply knowledge and understanding of risk assessment to specific contexts.
Describe the following terms: • hazard • risk • risk assessment.
Describe the five steps to risk assessment.
Compare aspects to consider when conducting a risk assessment for three different events/visits.
Conduct a risk assessment.
Understand the process involved in managing groups and staffing for off-site activities.
Explain requirements necessary to brief staff and participants prior to an event/visit.
Analyse the process of staff deployment and supervision.
Demonstrate the ability to plan for contingencies and managing incidents.
Identify areas of an event/visit that require contingency planning.
Describe the process to be followed in contingency planning.
Compare the difference between a minor and major incident.
Describe the process to be followed in dealing with: • a minor incident • a major incident.
Understand the necessity to carry out post-event evaluation.
Identify the areas for evaluation following an off-site event/visit.
Justify the reasons for evaluation following an off-site event/visit.
Prepare an evaluation report following an off-site visit.
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