Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training

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UNDERSTANDING ROLES,RESPONSIBILITIES AND RELATIONSHIPSIN EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Table of ContentsTASK A: INFORMATION LEAFLET..........................................................................................1a).................................................................................................................................................1b)................................................................................................................................................2c).................................................................................................................................................2d).................................................................................................................................................2TASK B: REFLECTIVE ACCOUNT............................................................................................3a)..................................................................................................................................................3b)................................................................................................................................................3c)..................................................................................................................................................3d).................................................................................................................................................4REFERENCES................................................................................................................................5
TASK A: INFORMATION LEAFLETa)While delivering training and imparting education among individuals, a trainer has toplay number of roles and responsibilities. Here, a trainer has the role to assess the learning needsof people to whom it will give training. Thus, in order to perform the same, following steps canbe used by trainer:Assessing the learning needs: Individual’s learning needs vary as per the situation orcondition. For example, a person who has suffered from the condition like Dyslexia hasdifferent learning need. It is because that it is the person who is facing trouble duringreading and writing the words (Halford, Markman and Stanley, 2008). Likewise,Dyscalculiasuffered people faces problem in learning arithmetic or numbers. Thus, thesepeople have learning need related to identify numbers properly. For that they require aperson who can easily teach them numbers.Planning for the learning: In the next step, trainer will plan training activity as per thedifferent types of learners. For instance: with an aim to learn the Dyscalculiasufferedpeople, trainer can use continuous revision type of technique. Furthermore, Dyscalculialearning aids can also be used such as block games and Bingo games etc.In this regard,trainer can make the continuous revision of numbers which he or she is teaching to thelearner.Delivering the learning:Here, in the given step, trainer will give training as per theplans.Assessing the learning:Here, in this phase, trainer will assess that whether Dyscalculiapeople have learned the specific series of numbers which he or she is teaching to them.Evaluating the learning:Finally, in the last step, trainer will evaluate the effectivenessof methods that are related to continuous revision (Carpenter and Dickinson, 2014).These given steps will impact learning in a positive way. This is because, by using givenphase, the specific learning need of person can be identified. Hence, it will enable teacher toprepare an effective plan for the learner.b)With an aim to get positive result from teaching, trainer has to work with number ofpeople. For example: while giving training to Dyscalculia people, trainer has to communicate1
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