There are 2 types of legislation that must be adhered to within my role as a tutor, they include generic legislation and codes of practice such as :-
Health and safety at work act 1974
Race relations (amendment) act 2000
Disability discrimination act 1995 and 2005
Special education needs and disability act 2001
Equality act 2006
Data protection act 2006
Copyright, designs and patent act 1988
IFL code of practice for teachers
Safer practice, safer learning (2007)
Within in my role as a construction tutor there are some additional legislation to be aware of
Manual handling operations regulations 1992
Control of substances hazardous to health
Provision and use of working equipment regulations 1998
Woodwork machining regulations 1974
The equality act 2010 unifies previous legislation and protects against discrimination in 9 protected characteristics. Any learning materials should reflect the diversity in my classroom, to help all learners identify with. My lesson plan should also include methods of differentiating learning styles and all materials must be available in different formats and different fonts. Observe and intervene any language or behaviour which can be deemed inappropriate to other learners, from this establish and provide a strategy to develop there thinking and understanding as to why it is not acceptable. Any learner issue’s which are not learning related can be signposted by the tutor to offer advice and guidance.
My tutor role is made up of some of the following creating opportunities for learning, planning lessons, preparing materials, assessing learners and assessing my own performance
My responsibilities include maintaining high standard in work and conduct, keeping up to date in my teaching area, complying with my organisation rules along-side legislation and codes of practice.
My role as a tutor includes identifying the needs of individual learners, this can be achieved thru initial assessment which...