diversity, the ways we can promote this are as follows:-
We provide educational opportunities that support learners from different perspectives of gender race, cultural identity, religious beliefs, age, sexual orientation or physical ability. All learners at Raywell Street Campus now have...
Assignment 2 Assignment Example
The role and responsibilities of teachers in relation to: Their responsibilities and those of others who have an effect on the work of teachers. Legislation - how it might impact on their area and context of teaching. Equality, diversity and inclusion...
community it supports.’
A reflection of this policy can be found on teaching lesson plans, where there is now an opportunity to describe any equality and diversity themes of the lesson, and promote inclusivity through differentiation of tasks, seating plans and where necessary, when ALS is being...
PTLLS Level 4 Theory Assessment
Discuss issues of equality and diversity and ways to promoteinclusion with your learners. Review other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners.
Understanding and actively addressing issues of equality and diversity...
that I take very seriously. Personally I believe that inclusion, equality and diversity means that nobody should miss out on an opportunity because of their race, gender, ability or social or economic background and this similar to the St John Ambulance code of practice.
St John Ambulance code of...
Health and Social Care
UNIT 3 - PRINCIPLES OF DIVERSITY, EQUALITY AND INCLUSION IN ADULT SOCIAL CARE SETTINGS ASSIGNMENT OVERVIEW In this assignment you will consider best practice in promoting diversity, equality and inclusion which does not discriminate against others. You will...
City & Guilds 7303 Level 3 Award
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS)
At Level 4, candidates need to demonstrate in their assessments a depth of knowledge and understanding appropriate to that level. This should be reflected in:
• an understanding of the relationship...
the word count (as in more for level four) and the tone of the questions. Where level three asks you to “describe” something, level four asks you to “review
You should find it quite easy to find definitions for equality, diversity and inclusion but entitlement might be more difficult although the...
needs of learners.
PTLLS 1.4 Discuss issues of equality and diversity, and ways to promoteinclusion.
PTLLS 1.5 Justify the need for record keeping.
PTLLS 2.2 Evaluate a range of ways to embed elements of functional skills in the specialist area.
PTLLS 3.1 Plan a teaching and learning...
Assignment 303 Principles of diversity, equality
and inclusion in adult social
In this assignment you will consider best practice in promoting diversity, equality and inclusion which does not discriminate against others. You will...
1.2|Summarise key aspects of relevant current legislative requirements and codes of practice within a specific context. ||||
||PTLLS 1.3|Review other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners. ||||
||PTLLS 1.4|Discuss issues of equality and diversity, and ways to...
Explain how you could promoteinclusion, equality and diversity with your current/future learners, which underpin appropriate behaviour and respect.
Inclusion learning is about acknowledging that each of the learners is different from other learners in many ways, and should not be excluded...
CU224 Equality and Diversity
Level | 3 |
Credit value | 6 |
GLH | 25 |
The aim of this unit is to enable learners to understand how to promoteequality and value diversity. Learners will also understand how to work with others to do this and review the contribution of...
to third party. The learner’s folder is stored in a cabinet and all records are kept for 6 years. After that period the file should be destroyed.
Data Protection – opsi.gov.uk
Health and Safety Executive – hse.gov.uk
3. Discuss issues of equality and diversity and ways to promote...
. Capel, M. Leask and T.Turner (eds) op. cit. pp 8-17
2. Cohen, Louis (2004) et al A guide to teaching practise. Pp 330
3. Morley, J and Wordsworth M (2011) PTLLS made easier. Highfield.co.uk limited
4. Gravells, A (2008) Preparing to teach in the lifelong learning sector. Pp 27
, tests, assignments, essays and informal methods may include puzzles, gapped handouts, oral questions and discussions.
Assessment decisions and feedback require a trainer to make judgements with regard to the success of the leaner in acquiring the information. It also includes agreeing action and...