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Q1. Describe what your role, responsibilities and boundaries would be as a teacher / tutor in terms of the teaching / training cycle.

Note - FENTO (The standards body before LLUK) described the teaching cycle as follows for each group of students:-

a. Assessing the learners needs b. Planning and preparing teaching and learning programmes for groups and individuals c. Developing and using a range of teaching and learning techniques
Managing the learning process d. Providing the learners with support e. Assessing the outcomes of learning and learners achievements f. Reflecting upon and evaluating one’s own performance and planning future practice g. Meeting professional requirements.
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Identify the key aspects of current Legislative Requirements and Codes of Practice relevant to your subject and the type of organisation within which you would like to work.



* The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 * Health and Safety Executive (HSE) * RIDDOH * Data Protection * COSHH * HSE First Aid Approval and Monitoring Section (FAAMS)

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Q3. Explain how you could promote inclusion, equality and diversity with your current future learners. Identify other potential points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners.


* Equal Opportunities policy * As a First Aid Trainer how you would be expected to train others regardless of their age, race, religion, gender or social background * Equality and Diversity Policy * Respect for others regardless of their age, race, religion, social background or gender but also being aware of their boundaries and adapting the course accordingly for example if women do not like to be touched by men or vice versa.

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Q4. Explain ways in which you should establish ground rules with your learners, which underpin appropriate behaviour and respect for others.


* Health and Safety rules * Fire alarms * Muster point * Comfort Breaks * Timings * Smoking * Mobile Phones * How to address each other * Boundaries with regard to fellow

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