1 Becoming a professional in the lifelong learning sector – roles, responsibilities and boundaries Chapter overview When you have worked through this chapter on becoming a professional you will be able to: Describe what is meant by the ‘lifelong learning sector’ Explain the current drive towards professionalism in the lifelong learning sector and its implications for those working in it Review the roles, responsibilities and boundaries of professionals in the sector Identify other points
Understand the application of theories, principles and models of reflective practice to continuing personal and professional development When evaluating theories, principles and models of reflective practice it is always useful to have a brief overview of the target subject. Continuing Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) refers to the development of an individual in their professional work life. In essence it can be compared to a journey, with a point of origin and an end point, within
1. Understand own Role and responsibilities in lifelong learning Lifelong learning is on-going process. The role and responsibilities in lifelong learning sector is - we should always follow the relevant code of practice, key aspect of legislation & regulatory requirements. We should provide the resources and equipment those requirements of teaching professions. The aim of this unit is to develop our understanding of the roles and responsibilities of a teacher in lifelong learning and the relationship
Managing and responding to behaviours in a learning environment Use your experience of teaching as a source for describing a range of behaviours and analyse their impact on learners learning. The Education and Inspections Act 2006 brought in new clear-cut legal powers for schools and for those working within them when they are dealing with the behaviour and discipline of pupils. This includes promoting good behaviour and programmes of reward and recognition, as well as dealing effectively with
Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS - City & Guilds 6302) [pic] 5th – 7th September 2012 10th ,12th and 13th December 2012 18th – 20th March 2013 [pic] Assignment 1: Unit 008 (level 4) [pic] Roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning Brief for Assignment 1: unit 008 (level 4): Roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning Use the poster template to write an overview of your roles and responsibilities as a teacher
ASSESSMENT 1 a. Explain what your actual or perceived role, responsibilities and boundaries are as a teacher in terms of the teaching cycle. Why are these necessary? b. Identify the legislative requirements and codes of practice that directly impact on your teaching. c. Identify the legislative requirements and codes of practice that directly impact on your learning environment. ANSWERS 1.1. • Explain what your actual or perceived role, responsibilities
EDEXCEL EDUCATION & TRAINING CERTIFICATE PORTFOLIO COURSE DATES: 2014/2015 APPROVED CENTRE: COURSE VENUE: VARIOUS COURSE TUTOR: CANDIDATE NAME: ENROLMENT No: Unit 1: Understanding Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Education and Training Unit reference number: H/505/0053 Unit 2: Planning to Meet the Needs of Learners in Education and Training Unit reference number: A/505/1189 Unit 3: Delivering Education and Training Unit reference number: M/505/1022 Unit 4: Assessing
chapter 1 Developing Yourself as an Effective Learning and Development Practitioner In t r od u c t Io n This chapter begins with a look at what is required of L&D professionals and how L&D roles are specified. We discuss the CIPD HR Profession Map and how we can use it to assess our professional development needs. We then move on to look at how we deliver our L&D service, considering: who are our customers, how well do we meet their needs and what can we do to improve our service delivery.