3 CREDITS, 12 GLH
1. Provide a brief case study of the role of a teacher in the Lifelong Learning Sector. This role may be drawn from a part of the sector in which you work, or where you wish to work.
a. Where appropriate, it will be acceptable for some of your information to be summarised in tables, charts, or diagrams.
b. Your case study must include clear explanations and description to address all of the assessment criteria for this unit (see bullet points below).
c. Your answer must include clear evidence of relevant reading, important principles, and professional values.
d. No word count is provided, however, careful planning is recommended as a basis for concise evidence.
• Summarise key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirement and codes of practice relating to own roles and responsibilities.
• Explain own role and responsibilities in lifelong learning including: - Equality, Valuing Diversity, Inclusion (meeting needs of individual learners), and maintaining a safe and supportive learning environment.
• Explain the boundaries and relationships between your teaching role and other professional roles. Include possible points of referrals (internal and external) and your own responsibilities in relation to other professionals.
• Explain ways to promote appropriate behaviour and respect for others
Roles and Responsibilities
The teaching/training cycle consists of five processes
• IDENTIFY NEEDS
• PLAN & DESIGN
.The Trainer needs to know if there is any special needs needed, Preferred Learning Styles, Learner's Motivations, Previous Learning, Experience Organizational Needs
PLAN AND DESIGN
The Trainers role involves Planning, organising .Designing. Reviewing, Implementing
DELIVER / FACILITATE
The Trainer is a Tutor, Lecturer, Instructor, Facilitator, Mentor, Listener and Presenter