A teacher works planning appropriate, effective, coherent and inclusive learning methods that promote equality and engage with diversity. This means planning for the use of different teaching methods and activities which are in line with the curriculum requirements and meet the needs of the learners, for example, by using group discussions, questioning etc. Planning will depend on the identified individual needs, which will determine the appropriate teaching methods.
A teacher is responsible to develop and produce teaching and learning materials appropriate for a range of contexts, purposes and target audiences, as different learners have different levels of understanding and knowledge.

It is very important to monitor the learner's progress and identify any subsequent needs. It is also important to identify barriers to learning such as difficulties in reading, writing, numeric, language skills or any other disabilities, and make reasonable adjustments in order to use the appropriate assessment methods that will meet the individual learner's needs and promote equality and diversity.

It is the teacher’s responsibility to make the learning environment a safe place and learners need to feel protected and supported. It is therefore important to maintain safety in the learning environment and to make learners aware of their responsibilities in maintaining safety. 

It is also very important to ensure that learners understand the context of the course, for example the NVQ standards and its applications. It is therefore, important for me to attend standardisation meetings in order to keep abreast with current standards in the specialist area.

Teachers must facilitate learning environments which will promote culture and ethnic diversity. Therefore, learners from different ethnic groups will be able to voice their cultural expression in order to increase content and learning processes.

The assessment of learner's competence is an important role of a...