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Author DIANE WADMAN
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#1 | Posted: 10 Oct 2011 18:26
list the 5 outputs that a learner will be able to demonstrate that they are at risk aware not risk averse when the Safe learner Blueprint is incorporated into the learning experience.
Author Aunty Sue
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#2 | Posted: 10 Oct 2011 18:40
Hi Diane

The 5 Outputs

A safe learner will demonstrate:

Hazard awareness
Safe learners will be aware of hazards within their environment, their activities and the work being carried out around them and their responsibilities to others.

Understanding
Safe learners will understand the concepts of hazard and risk the measures that are required to control risks.

Confidence
Safe learners will be confident, not only in their ability to learn and work safely, but also to challenge any situation or instruction that could be unsafe to them or other people. Safe learners will know their limitations and when to seek further advice.

Contribution
By developing these skills and knowledge, safe learners will be able to contribute ideas, input into their learning and work, and become more involved in the day-to-day operation of the organisation and their learning activity.

Behaviours
Safe learners will have developed a set of behaviours to enable them to play an active part in the learning process and acquire practical, value-added and transferable skills from their experiences.

Hope that helps

Aunty Sue
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