Plan and deliver learning
This standard is about planning and delivering learning activities using a range of methods to create a safe and supportive learning environment. This could take place on a one to one basis or in groups, face to face or remotely/virtually.
You must be able to:
Knowledge and Understanding
You need to know and understand:
- how to involve learners in planning, development and delivery of activities
- how to encourage learners' ownership of the learning process
- the barriers to learning and how to recognise and overcome them
- different delivery strategies and how they affect individual motivation and take into account different learning styles
- the potential of technology to improve delivery and how to overcome any limitations it presents
- how to define clear and measurable outcomes for activities
- the resources necessary for the different types of activity
- the range of opportunities that learning and personal development may cover
- the range of development methods available to learners
- how to minimise the adverse effects of location and environment on activities and individual engagement
- how to evaluate activities using learners' feedback and measurement against outcomes
- legal, organisational and policy requirements relevant to your role and the activities being carried out
- relevant ethical principles and codes of professional ethical practice and the consequences of not adhering to them
- the boundaries and limits of own professional expertise
- the boundaries of confidentiality, when it is appropriate to disclose confidential information to others and the processes required
- measures to safeguard young people and vulnerable adults
This covers any physical or human resource that supports the adult learning process and could include technical equipment, IT-based resources, buildings, sources of specialist knowledge, local assets.
This refers to both hardware and online tools/apps which can be used in practice and communication (including social media).