Ptlls Roles and Responsabilities

Roles and responsibilities of a tutor

Within the role of an Independent Parent Supporter (IPS) it has been identified there was a need for training for parents in regards to children with a dual diagnosis of ASC and ADHD. The symptoms of the two conditions tend to over-lap or contain comorbid traits, making it quite common for children to be given a dual diagnosis due to this ( 2008).

The content of this course will be achieved by bringing together certain aspects of both the current ASC and the ADHD courses, keeping it as close as possible to the specific traits shown in those with this dual diagnosis. The aim of this course will be to allow parents the opportunity to discuss the issues they have and to give them the strategies and confidence to help both he parent and child to deal with every day situations despite these issues. The course will also endeavour to help reduce the isolation these parents feel, due to their children’s difficulties.

Teaching in the adult sector or post compulsory education is different to teaching children. Adults tend to be on time and less disruptive, saying that the tutor must allow for issues such as the learners outside responsibilities and the possibility that if teaching an evening class the learners may have been at work all day.

The role of the tutor is varied and extensive. Within each stage on the teaching cycle there are a number of role which must be taken by the tutor and each one of those comes with a certain level of responsibility. This essay will explain some, but not, all of that part of being a tutor. It will also endeavour to define the responsibilities the tutor has in relation to the content of their teaching and the learners involved in the teaching of that content. This will include course content, effectiveness of the teaching to the evaluation of both the tutor and learner.

The teaching cycle is the critical outline of the tutors role and reasonability towards the learners. There are...