Meet the information needs of the community
This unit, divided into two chapters, describes strategies and approaches for doing so.
Chapter 1: Identify information requirements, begins by exploring the social milieu around us and summarising the mechanisms we need to use to identify, collect and maintain information relevant to community group and individual family needs.
Chapter 2: Address information requirements, builds upon this base and discusses accessing and evaluating existing materials, preparing information for users and stakeholders and continuously improving how we present details about our service and issues relevant to child (and family) health and well-being to the broader community. You MAY have covered some of this material in other units. If you are in this position, don’t worry, there’s not a great deal of overlap despite the apparent similarity. If this is the case and you do discover duplication (and this does occur with a couple of activities), don’t skip the exercise. Rather, evaluate your previous work in light of the new information you’ve acquired.
AQF - Australian Quality Framework
Certificate III, Diploma
National Code - Training.gov.au
CHCINF407D: Meet information needs of the community
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