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Unit 4 Understanding Discipline in the Uniformed Public Serv

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Transcript of Unit 4 Understanding Discipline in the Uniformed Public Serv

In this picture discipline that is being given is shown in the uniformity of the soldiers. Self-discipline is also being shown through the quality of control that the soldiers showing and the quality of their uniform.
Discipline is having calm and controlled behaviour; it is also when you obey instructions that are given to you. for example if you are told by your sergeant to do 50 press ups then you are going to do it, this is because it is an instruction that you have been given, however if one of your fellow soldiers told you to do it then you wouldn't because they have no authority over you.
What is Discipline?
To stay Focused

for Structure

to keep up high standards

to be an example to the public

to follow procedure

overall performance and behaviour

to continue to follow orders and obey them

Respect

What is the need for discipline in the uniformed public services?
the r.a.f has many different qualities both positives and negatives.

there are many positives of discipline in the public services and you are representing that force which is taken seriously by many people. one of these positives includes looking smart with team members which will give a good level of discipline as they will all look the same and smart. also you need self discipline to clean your uniform and present it correctly, and to ensure you look after yourself. also by doing your own fitness and having the discipline to plan and achieve your fitness goals.
Evaluation of the impact of discipline in the RAF
P1 -Explain the need for and role of discipline in the uniformed public services

M1 -Justify the need for and role of discipline in the uniformed public services

D1 -Evaluate the impact of discipline on the uniformed
public services

Aims:
Unit 4 Understanding Discipline in the Uniformed Public Services
The Need for Discipline
case study of the importance of discipline in the public services
Commander Sarah West
Commander Sarah West, 41, is sacked as skipper of the frigate HMS Portland over claims that she had a relationship with her married third-in-command

tHIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF A COMMANDER IN THE ROYAL NAVY WHO FAILED TO DISPLAY SELF DIsCIPLINE WHEN WORKING ON BOARD . THIS HAS HAD A VERY BIG ImPACT ON THE NAVY . THIS IS BECAUSE it shows the this lady cannot follow the simple rules which the navy have set.

it also shows that the navy do not have very much control over her and that she was able to do this for a while without anyone noticing.

Sarah west did not obey to the royal navy and because of this she was sacked.

overall this shows that discipline in the public services is a very important thing and if people do not follow rules and instructions then terrible things like this will happen and it will then put a bad name on that public service.
'Our War'
Case Study
negatives however, there isn't so many as it involves some self-discipline because if someone were to act out of line in an r.a.f uniform it will make them look irresponsible and people may turn against their beliefs and trust in the r.a.f.
By Abbie, Charlotte and Katie
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