The Quality Improvement and Quality Assurance Arrangements of Own Organisation

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Quality assurance is the process of measuring progress against requirements or standards. These standards may be created based on previous results and aspirational goals, based on an industry benchmark or a requirement for certification. Quality improvement is the process of using data from the quality assurance process to constantly improve the organisation and meet the … Read more

Why it is Important to Work in Partnership with Employers and Other Stakeholders in Education and Training


It is essential to work in partnership with employers and other stakeholders as both can provide major benefits for the education and training available. The first important area is financial, with the addition of the apprenticeship levy, employers are more motivated than ever to make use of the training funds available and train new and … Read more

The Roles of Stakeholders and External Bodies in Education and Training

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It is rare for any organisation to work in isolation, there are normally interactions with stakeholders and external bodies, this is especially the case within education and the following are third parties that have a role within the teaching sector: ESFA The Education Skills Funding Agency is responsible for all matters relating to funding within … Read more

Ways in which Own Professional Values Influence Own Practice in an Area of Specialism

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My own professional values influence my practice substantially while teaching; I feel this is due to my experience within industry, especially when interviewing candidates. The first element of this is to be professional so that students can learn to act professionally by example. This includes always treating students and staff with respect and ensuring boundaries … Read more

The Concepts of Professionalism and Dual Professionalism in Education and Training

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Professionalism is the attributes and qualities that are associated with those that are trained and skilled at a professional role. (GOV.UK, n.d.) states a list of 47 recognised professions, including those such as accountant, nurse, teacher or lecturer. While particular roles are deemed to be filled by professionals, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the individuals … Read more