To begin to develop an understanding of what it means to be a professional.

To begin to develop an understanding of what it means to be a professional.

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WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT – due week 8 Length: 4 pages maximum for written assignment – title and reference pages extra Format: Essay, including at least 3 referenced resources Value 15% Purpose: To begin to develop an understanding of what it means to be a professional. Content: • Describe the characteristics of a professional. • What strengths do you have that demonstrate professionalism? • How does your behaviour influence how others perceive you? • What aspects of your behavior do you need to work on to become a well-rounded professional? • Discuss how being a role model positively contributes to high performance team dynamics and excellent client care. Formatting: • This assignment should be stapled together in the top left hand corner and should contain a title page including the teacher’s name, course and section number, the date of submission and the full name of the student. • Typed, single sided, double spaced, font size 12 • Must demonstrate proper grammar, sentence structure and spelling • APA 6th ed. for references to be used • Submit Turnitin originality report with this assignment –showing percentage score. • The penalty for late submission of assignments is a deduction of 20% per day late from your original assignment mark (weekends count as two days). Assignment submitted after 1600 hours on Friday will not be considered received until 0730, Monday with a 2 day penalty (see Humber ITAL Personal Support Worker Program Student Handbook and Educational Policies). NOTE: Instructions for creating a Turnitin account will be provided by week 6

Christian Education South Africa v Minister of Justice 2000 (4) SA 757 (CC), Prince v President of the Law Society of the Cape of Good Hope 2002 (2) SA 794 (CC) and MEC for Education, Kwazulu-Natal & others v Pillay 2008 (1) SA 474 (CC). For a discussion of these decisions and related matters, see: Paul Farlam ‘Freedom of religion, conscience, thought and belief’ in S Woolman, T Roux, J Klaaren, A Stein, M Chaskalson & M Bishop (eds) Constitutional Law of South Africa 2 ed (2003) (service 2) ch 41; Denise Meyerson ‘Religion and the South African Constitution’ in P Radan, D Meyerson & R Croucher (eds) Law and Religion (2005) ch 5; Patrick Lenta ‘Religious liberty and cultural accommodation’ (2005) 122 SALJ 3; Johan van der Vyver ‘The contours of religious liberty in South Africa’ (2007) 21 Emory International LR 77; Patrick Lenta ‘Muslim headscarves in schools and in the workplace’ (2007) 124 SALJ 296; Patrick Lenta ‘Cultural and religious accommodations to school uniform regulations’ (2008) 1 Constitutional Court Review 259; and Mark Kende Constitutional Rights in Two Worlds: South Africa and the United States (2009) ch 8
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Pillay’s case ibid para 101.

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