The focus of the assessment for this unit is on team-working skills. However, it is expected that the underpinning teaching and learning will help develop learners’ understanding of
• the benefits of team-working
• the characteristics of effective team-working
• attitudes and behaviours that support effective team-working.
To develop learners’ team-working skills.
Unit Learning Outcomes
Be able to identify how they could contribute to a team task.
Communicate to other team members their strengths and skills as relevant to a team task.
Make suggestions about specific roles and responsibilities they could take on in which they could use their strengths to benefit the team.
Be able to plan team activity with others.
State what the task is about and what the team is working to achieve.
Agree with other team members the key actions the team must carry out to complete the task.
Confirm own role and responsibilities and those of others in the team.
Be able to work positively as a member of a team.
Listen to the ideas and suggestions of others.
Give ideas and make own suggestions.
Offer and accept help or support to/from other team members.
Complete the aspects of the task, allocated to them, in line with the brief and to the standard required.
Be able to review own performance as a member of a team.
Identify which positive team-working behaviours they demonstrated in undertaking the task.
Identify which team-working skills they could improve.