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  1. AssessingLearningModule 25Training Advisers

  2. Training Scheme Principles • Considers needs of learner • Modular • Flexibility • Accessible • Recognises prior learning • LOVE • Uses Scout methods • National scheme • External recognition

  3. Modular Scheme

  4. The Seven Steps • Identify learning and development needs • Agree and record a Personal Learning Plan • Monitor progress at regular intervals • Provide constructive feedback • Support and encourage • Validate the learning • Identify new needs and repeat the process

  5. The Role of TA in creating a PLP • Identify appropriate modules for the role • Familiar with content of modules • Establish which parts learner can already do • Establish what learning the learner will need to complete • Establish which methods will be best for learners • Complete Personal Learning Plan

  6. Seven Steps • Identify learning and development needs • Agree and record a Personal Learning Plan • Monitor progress at regular intervals • Provide constructive feedback • Support and encourage • Validate the learning • Identify new needs and repeat the process

  7. Monitor and Support • Monitor progress regularly • Provide constructive feedback • Support and encourage the learner • Be flexible to changing conditions

  8. Seven Steps • Identify learning and development needs • Agree and record a Personal Learning Plan • Monitor progress at regular intervals • Provide constructive feedback • Support and encourage • Validate the learning • Identify new needs and repeat the process

  9. Validation Validation is about confirming that someone is able to do what they are supposed to be able to do “That they are fit for purpose” It is about confirming that the required learning has taken place by checking what the learner has done with it in practice.

  10. Validation Do’s • Encourage learner to take responsibility • Compare evidence against the validation guidelines • Sign off validation if evidence demonstrates understanding of required learning • Value the learners effort and work • Suggest positive ways forward

  11. Validation Do’s • Use open questions to probe • Ask another TA or LTM if unsure • Keep a written record • Keep the learner aware

  12. Validation Don’ts • Sign off validation if • not convinced • evidence is not current • not happy criteria met • Be afraid to ask for further evidence / training • Be afraid to say “no”

  13. Grievances Two possible areas: • Learner and TA unable to agree on which modules are required. • Participant disagrees with a validation decision