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WilburIsSomePig Wed 13-Jun-18 13:08:47

I'm doing a course in specialist support and I'm doing a question that I just don't understand!

It's - 'explain expectations about own work role as expressed in relevant standards.'

I knie it must be referring to minimum and occupational stabdards but I don't know where to start, any advice? My assessor has been useless.

WilburIsSomePig Wed 13-Jun-18 13:09:21

God, I promise I can normally spell ...

WilburIsSomePig Wed 13-Jun-18 18:16:55

Shameless bump! Anyone at all? It's my very last question so I'm desperate. [Grin]

WhyNotDuckie Wed 13-Jun-18 18:23:52

Teacher Standards? Should be available online.

WilburIsSomePig Wed 13-Jun-18 18:29:37

Support staff - but lots of things I'm finding seem to be obselete. 😔

AmazingGrace16 Wed 13-Jun-18 18:33:04

You need to talk about how you see the role linking it to standards.
There are old TA standards or you could use the teachers standards as most will be relevant

WilburIsSomePig Wed 13-Jun-18 19:00:51

Do you think it would be Ok to give examples of some of them? There are 69 standards so I'm assuming I dont need to trawl through each one but I've emailed my assessor 3 times now. X

AmazingGrace16 Wed 13-Jun-18 19:16:30

So for the ta standards they are divided into four sections:
Personal and professional conduct
Knowledge and understanding
Teaching and learning
Working with others

That gives you four paragraphs within which you identify your role, how you see it, give examples from your experience and then link to 1 or 2 specific standards in that.
Add on an intro and conclusion paragraph and job done!

WilburIsSomePig Wed 13-Jun-18 21:10:52

@AmazingGrace16 that makes so much sense, I've no idea why I couldn't think of that!

Thank you so much, I really appreciate your help. I think because it's my last question I've just hit a wall with the whole thing iykwim? Thanks again. smile

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