RESULT AREAS: 1. Academic
a) To contribute to the development of the work of the curriculum area and to the discussion of policy and practice, through initiative and via the instructions of the Curriculum Leader to carry out reasonably assigned responsibilities and duties and comply with College Policies.
b) To prepare lessons in line with the needs of the students and curriculum area schemes of work
c) To regularly set and mark work according to College policies
d) To monitor and report on the progress of students especially through the review and reporting procedures
e) To record and issue the collection of resources from students
f) To communicate with staff concerning the organisation of students in shared groups
g) To attend parents’ consultation evenings, interview evenings and other similar College events
h) To prepare materials and attend Preview/Open evenings
i) To interview prospective students
j) To contribute to the preparation and delivery of the induction process
k) To set work to cover absence
l) To cover classes for absent colleagues according to contractual requirements as directed by the relevant post-holder.
m) To participate positively in the Professional Review process
n) To maintain an up-to-date knowledge of recent developments in the subject/curriculum area and report on courses attended.
o) To attend curriculum area meetings within contractual requirements.
p) To participate in recording of student achievement according to College Policy.
2. Cross College
a) To attend and contribute to College and curriculum programmes as specified
b) To encourage the good behaviour of students around the Campus and be active in establishing a healthy and clean environment promoting teaching and learning.
c) To carry out, as appropriate, the College policy on Health and Safety.
a) To participate in the Quality Assurance system of the College.
b) Be fully aware of College policies relating to equality and diversity and actively promote positive practice in this respect.
c) To undertake such other duties as may be reasonably required, according to contractual requirements.
d) Has an understanding that safeguarding is a shared cross college responsibility. Takes ownership of embedding safeguarding practices into their remit as appropriate to their role within the organisation
4. Health and Safety
The safety of students in classrooms, laboratories and workshops is the responsibility of the tutor. This applies to assistants who must be made aware of their responsibilities by a professional tutor.
A tutor is expected to:
- know the emergency procedures in respect of fire and first aid and the special safety measures to be adopted in his/her own areas and to ensure that they are applied
- exercise effective supervision of learners and ensure that they know of the general emergency procedures in respect of fire and first aid and the special safety measures of the area.
- give clear instructions and warnings as often as necessary (notices, posters, handouts are not enough).
- ensure that learners coats, bags, cases etc. are safely stowed away.
- integrate all relevant aspects of safety into the teaching process and, if necessary, give special lessons on safety.
- follow safe working procedures personally.
- call for protective clothing, guards, special safe working procedures etc. when necessary.
- make recommendations on safety matters to the Curriculum Leader.