Describe What Your Role, Responsibilities and Boundaries Would Be as a Teacher in Terms of the Teaching Training Cycle

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7303 Award on Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
Assignment 1 - Theory

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

I am tutoring adults to achieve an A1 qualification - qualifies the learners to assess an NVQ in the job and area of expertise that they are competent in. The teacher training cycle is divided into 5 parts and supports the tutors roles and responsibilities.

PLAN – Advertising the qualification. I advertise the qualification to schools in Newcastle-upon Tyne via Newsletters, e-mails to administration staff, letters to SENCO’s and by a memory key that is posted to school’s. A boundary would be lack of input for how and where the
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Did the assessment methods provide information and knowledge looking for?

Evaluating – were there are circumstances that you did not plan for and should have done? Did I get feedback for the learners on the session?

7303 Award on Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
Assignment 1 - Theory

2) Identify the key aspects of current legislative requirements and codes of practice relevant to your subject and the type of organisation you would like to work for.

As a tutor I must have a knowledge and understanding of the following

Health and Safety – I need to be aware of the environment and ensure the learners are in safe environment at all times. I need to know who to report any issues to and have good knowledge of the fire procedures and drill practices. When the learners are assessing at schools I need to make sure that they have an understanding of H&S and that they are not been put in situations that are unsafe.

Data Protection – the learners are informed who is privy to their records / personal details at the beginning of the course. Any information I have is only passed onto the relevant persons and with the learners’ knowledge.

Equal opportunities - as a tutor it is imperative that I support and enable equal opportunities for all the learners. This can mean making arrangements so that the room is changed for a wheelchair user, arranging handouts to be posted to learner unable to attend a session etc.

The first thing the learners
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