This assignment is to describe the roles, responsibilities and boundaries a teacher/tutor must have in terms of the training cycle. A teacher’s role is to identify the needs of the learner and teach them. Although they are not experts, they have a wider knowledge than the learner of the subject they are teaching.
Identifying needs and planning
Teachers advise learners to complete an Initial Assessment, as this is vital towards the Induction process. Depending on the organisation, these assessments are completed at various stages. Every individual is different and therefore each individual has a learning plan that is devised by a teacher. Completing this, builds a profile of the learner, from experience and qualifications to current goals and achievements. A diagnostic is then completed in order for the teacher to gain an understanding of the learner’s strengths and weaknesses. N.B every organisation differs and some may not require a diagnostic to be completed.
There is much to be considered when designing or producing a scheme of work. Every individual is different and we all have our own strengths and weaknesses. To create a comfortable environment is essential as it makes the learner feel at ease. Good lighting and average temperature are just two of the main settings that would be considered. Resources are also important and we have to identify the correct ones to use.
Inducting a learner in the correct way is essential. It is the duty of a teacher or tutor to inform learners of health and safety, fire evacuation procedures, the qualification they gain, and learning time-scale and most importantly, they have to be provided the correct paperwork.
Being able to facilitate the learners is essential. The correct atmosphere, method and planning is critical so the learner is able to understand and gain...