Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training.
Task B Reflective Account
In this assignment I will discuss key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relating to my own role as a Creative Learning Practitioner working with adults. I will reflect on the Teacher/Training cycle and make reference to where my role is relevant and any boundaries involved when working with students in a creative setting. I will also reference ground rules and how to promote appropriate behaviour and respect within a safe learning environment.
Legislation is essential in order for a civilised society to function effectively and appropriately and to provide standardised Teacher/Leaner Roles. Legislation a legal requirement. Code of Practice is a set of rules outlining how a person in a particular situation is expected to behave. Tutors are obliged to comply with current laws and codes of practice, and meet the requirements of them. Legislation ensures that students are all given equal opportunities and and the same level of care and attention.
I teach apprentices aged 18 - 26 principles of the create and cultural sector. It is an important part of my role to establish a safe and supportive working environment through a number of different methods in order to create the best possible environment for learning. When a new group or student begins the course, it is important to establish ground rules for the sessions. Within this it’s important that the students work together to establish these rules in order to ensure they have a sense of ownership over the rules and in turn the sessions. Ground Rules may include the importance of punctuality, respect amongst members of the group, respecting health and safety regulations and codes of practice, respecting other peoples contributions and so forth. This is vital to every new starter. During the induction I would also point out all...
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