PREPARING TO TEACH IN THE LIFE LONG LEARNING SECTOR
CITY AND GUILDS, LEVEL 4, 7303
Q6. JUSTIFY THE NEED TO KEEP RECORDS AND DESCRIBE THE TYPES OF RECORDS YOU WOULD MAINTAIN.
Keeping records are a legal requirement for security companies, if the company wishes to maintain its standards example Security Industry Authority ACS; records must also be keep for our ISO and BSIA accreditation. In the context of a security company records vary. When any new officer joins they complete application form. The application form is the start of the officers new record, it also forms part of the assessment process English, Maths. This form is then kept in the officers file. On attending training all new starters complete a starter pack; this is a record of details personnel, wage etc. The officer then is ready to start training. Keeping accurate records throughout the course is essential in assessing the teacher/student relationship. Records indicate pupils progression through the course, records can tell you which learners may need a more help, and whether a teacher needs to refine any aspects of their teaching. Gravells, (2008) states “you need to keep records of how your learners are progressing.” There many important records that need to be kept, for example the register. The register serves two purposes, One Health and Safety by know who is on site and in classes and two, compliance with the learning hours required, and is important as it allows the teacher to view the attendance of the students. The new security qualifications require 30 hours teacher leaner contact. I complete a daily attendance sheet, this helps identifying non-attendance which of course proves none compliance with the courses recommended learning hours. Depending on the course Physical Intervention (New door Supervision Course) it may be essential to get the students to complete a health questionnaire, by doing so it allows the teacher to plan any lessons in which to accommodate the special...