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Learner Profile Essay

1179 words - 5 pages

Profile of Learner A
Mode of study | Full time | Part time |
Year group | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |
Level | Pre Entry | Entry | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 |
Learner | 14-16 | 16-18 | 19+ | HE | T2G | WBL |
Individual’s preferred way of learningeg: visual/auditory/kinaesthetic/read-write? Practical, in groups or alone? Write a bit about HOW you found this information |
Visual – likes to look at slides, graphs. Can work very well alone as well as in groups. I have found the information by observing the learner and asking questions.There is no entry requirements for this course, anyone who does not already hold a Level 2 qualification in Maths or English would benefit of the course. Learners do not ...view middle of the document...

Level 2 in English.Did very well at the last assessment so, will be able to have her Level 1 exam in January; the learner can move on to the next level if passes the exam. |
Any relevant social or cultural issues? | No | Yes (describe them below) |
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Any special learning needs? | No | Yes (describe them below) |
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Use this space to describe the learner’s motivations and aspirations. Why did they choose this course? What are they hoping to do after the course ends? What are their long term aims? |
Learner is in her mid-thirties; she is aspiring to a midwife career and is working very hard to achieve her goals. At the end of the course she is moving forward to Level 2 and then GCSE’s. Her long term goals are as I have mentioned before a midwife career. SMART targetsTo achieve at least 70% on my exam on 27th of January 2015.To continue working on my own at home once a week until end of June 2015.To enrol for Level 2 in August 2015. |
Additional information which you feel is relevant |
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Profile of Learner B
Mode of study | Full time | Part time |
Year group | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |
Level | Pre Entry | Entry | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 |
Learner | 14-16 | 16-18 | 19+ | HE | T2G | WBL |
Individual’s preferred way of learningeg: visual/auditory/kinaesthetic/read-write? Practical, in groups or alone? Write a bit about HOW you found this information |
Auditory. Can work very well alone but not as much in groups, not very active in the class but finishes his work way before others in the class.I have been observing the learner and asked questions as well.There is no entry requirements for this course, anyone who does not already hold a Level 2 qualification in Maths or English would benefit of the course. Learners do not have to provide any evidence of previous achievements.When learners come to enrolment they go through a screening process. They will have to take an initial computer based test which will give the assessor a rough idea about their level. Then, a place will be allocated based on the initial assessment results. On the first day with the class learners will have to take an initial diagnostic assessment. The initial diagnostic assessment will give us a better idea of their level; we will be able to identify their weaknesses and strengths and...

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