Understand the Teaching Role and Responsibilities in Education and Training.

Q1. Understand the teaching role and responsibilities in education and training.
      1.1 Explain the teaching role and responsibilities in education and training.

The role of a teacher is not just that of imparting knowledge but often also includes:
  * role modeller – this can have a positive or negative effect on a learner depending on their experience of the teacher
  * mentor – this includes listening and encouraging; a learner may then be inspired to gain confidence
  * protector – the teacher has to learn to identify possible problems occurring within the class environment during a lesson and how to intervene in a positive way should a situation arise
  *   creator – an environment set by the teacher can be either positive or negative. Learners will be feel safer and enabled in a warm, happy and nurturing environment.
It is the responsibility of the teacher to identify the learner’s individual needs, skills and knowledge and be able to use a variety of methods to motivate and encourage them. They also have an obligation to create and facilitate opportunities for learning. It is vital that teachers plan lessons; use resources to support lessons; do research before planning/delivering lessons; assess learner’s; evaluate sessions; self-reflect and analyse lessons; keep records and attendance lists (register).
      1.2 List and explain the key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relating to own role and responsibilities.
Current key legislative requirements are:
  * Health and Safety at work Act 1974
  * The Equality Act 2010
  * Data Protection 1998
  * Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999
  * Disability and Discrimination Act 1995 (onwards)
Further regulatory requirements would be:
  * Ofsted -
  * Child Protection Guidelines
  * Every Child Matters 2003
With regards to codes of practice:
  * Terms and conditions of own employment
  * Policies and procedures relating...