Class Activity
CHCLEG003
Manage legal and ethical compliance
HLTWHS004
Manage work health and safety
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Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
CLASS ACTIVITIES
ACTIVITY OVERVIEW:
There are 10 activities in total to be completed on different days. These class activities must be completed during the
allocated time on the training day. At the beginning of each review session students should be given a few minutes to
familiarise themselves with the activities. Students should be given extra time at the end of the day to complete this
assessment or to clarify facts with the Trainer/Assessor.
This activity booklet needs to be submitted after completing all the activities.
Make sure the students:
• Follow the activity instructions carefully.
• Perform the activity as required.
• Use a blue or black pen. Assessments written in pencil will not be accepted.
• Ask your assessor if you do not understand a activity.
• Do not cheat. Anyone caught cheating will automatically be marked Not Competent for this unit. There are NO
EXCEPTIONS to this rule.

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Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 1: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read point 1.1 under manageing legal and ethical compliance of the learner guide and complete the following Task
(Activity 1).
1. Identify three (3) sources of information about legal and ethical compliance. Explain each.
2. Identify at least one (1) of each of the following:
• National government department
• Local/state department
• Industry association
Explain their role and purpose in the community services industry.

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Week 1: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read point 1.2 under manageing legal and ethical compliance of the learner guide and complete the following Task
(Activity 2).
1. How do organisational policies and procedures help determine the scope of compliance requirements?
2. Identify policies that help set the scope of compliance requirements.

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Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 2: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read point 1.3 under manageing legal and ethical compliance of the learner guide and complete the following Task
(Activity 3).
1. How do the following legal and ethical frameworks apply in the community services industry:
• Duty of care
• Informed consent
• Privacy, confidentiality, and disclosure
Duty of care
Informed consent
Privacy, confidentiality, and disclosure
2. How are human rights and human needs related? What is the relevance of this relationship in your practice in the community services industry?

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Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 2: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read point 1.3 under manageing legal and ethical compliance of the learner guide and complete the following Task
(Activity 4).
1. Provide an example of key practices prohibited by law in the community services industry and discuss its associated consequences?
2. Outline the steps followed by organisations in developing and implementing policies and procedures.
3. What are the roles and responsibilities of case workers in managerial roles in the development, implementation, and review of policies and procedures?

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Week 3: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read point 2.0 under manageing legal and ethical compliance of the learner guide and complete the following Task
(Activity 5).
1. What do ‘legal’ and ‘ethical’ mean?
2. How are legal and ethical frameworks related? How are they similar? How are they different from one another.
3. How do these legal and ethical frameworks affect the delivery of community services?

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Central Australian Institute of Technology Pty Ltd | CRICOS: 03217C |TOID: 22302
Week 3: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read point 2.2 under manageing legal and ethical compliance of the learner guide and complete the following Task
(Activity 6).
1. What is meant by the scope of practice in the community services industry?
2. What are the responsibilities of case workers in managerial roles?
3. In your own words, describe what is a culture of due diligence?

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Week 4: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read point 3.0 under manageing legal and ethical compliance of the learner guide and complete the following Task
(Activity 7).
1. Discuss the importance of having policies and procedures for community services organisations?
2. How do policies and procedures help you in your role as a case worker?

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Week 4: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read point 3.3 under manageing legal and ethical compliance of the learner guide and complete the following Task
(Activity 8).
1. Discuss the importance of having policies and procedures for community services organisations?
2. How do policies and procedures help you in your role as a case worker?

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Week 5: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read point 1.1 under manageing work health and safety of the learner guide and complete the following Task (Activity
9).
1. In your own words discuss, what is work health and safety, and its relevance to case management in the community services industry?
2. Explain the structure of the legal framework of work health and safety?
3. What do you think is the difference between OHS and WHS?

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Week 5: Day 1
STUDENT INSTRUCTION:
Read point 2.4 under manageing work health and safety of the learner guide and complete the following Task (Activity
10).
1. In your own words, discuss the process of implementing and monitoring work health and safety including:
▪ Training needs analysis (TNA)
▪ Identifying gaps
Training needs analysis
Identifying gaps

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