• negotiating appropriate learning targets for the group and individuals as appropriate to their needs and aspirations as well as the course aims;
• planning learning activities based on the needs of your group and specific individual needs within the group;
• designing or amending learning resources that are varied, appropriate to the award aims, and intellectually challenging for your learners;
• Keeping accurate records to contribute to your organisation’s quality improvement strategy. This will include keeping accurate records of recruitment, retention, achievement and progression of your group, as well as evaluation of how these can be improved;
• Keeping accurate records of individual learners’ progress and future needs. This is often recorded in the form of an individual learning plan;
• Providing learners with appropriate points of referral as required.
In terms of this last point, during the course your primary aim is to enable each learner to achieve to the best of their ability through working in a safe and supportive environment. It is therefore your responsibility to know who your learners should contact if they need any additional support or specialist information, such as:
• study skills;
As a career in teaching can be challenging and demanding, but also can be very rewarding. This can see noticed by seeing your student’s achievements and success by our contribution. As a teacher one of our main roles is to motivate and engages our learners to develop their ability and aspiration to learn. You may have read books about delivering training and facilitating learning or already delivering and facilitating training sessions, but in reality we do much more than that in every session we deliver and teach. Our role is not just about teaching your subject or preparing learners for assessment, it’s also about being enthusiastic and passionate about any subject we teach and being approachable and taking pride in...