Preparing to Teach in the Life Long Learning Sector

Preparing to Teach in the Life Long Learning Sector

7303 Award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector

Describe what your role, responsibilities and boundaries would be as a teacher in terms of teaching/training cycle. (300-500)

My role as a teacher is to pass my knowledge and experience of the chosen subject matter onto the student(s) that I have in class. Depending on what the goal of the course is (i.e. Qualification, Attendance Record, Personal Development etc) I will be there as a guide and facilitator allowing the student to fulfil their own academic and personal objectives.

Identify the key aspects of current legislative requirements and codes of practice relevant to your subject and type of organisation within which you would like to work. (150-250)

Private Security Industry Act 2001. Creation of the SIA, Codes of Conduct, Teaching Criteria (reference with internet address),

Explain how you could promote inclusion, equality, and diversity with your current/future learners. Identify other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of learners (200-300)

On the initial enrolment, the students will be made aware of the Equal Opportunity Policy in place. It covers Equal Opportunities in the following areas:

• Age
• Race/ Nationality/Colour
• Sex-(Orientation & Gender)
• Religion
• Disability


All teaching will be made available to the students regardless of age save in the case that there is a legal restriction in place. For example, The Private Security Industry Act 2001 states that the minimum age for a Door Supervisor is 18 years. Therefore, the minimum age to enter the course will be 18 years old. There is, however, no stated maximum age.


All teaching will be made available to those persons irrelevant of their ethnic origin/nationality/colour. This will be made clear when advertising for the course and stating that it is open to all. It is understood, however, that for those where English is not...

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