At the start of the planning meeting for this year, the organisation had decided to make changes. Instead of assigning tutors a class for the whole year, the unit manager had decided to recognise areas of expertise and assign tutor’s areas of curriculum rather than one singular class. For me, this meant that I would be delivering the safeguarding unit of every level 2 and 3 qualification for classroom assistants across the year. 6 classes in total. In theory, this seemed like an excellent plan, the learners would be getting the best of every tutors area of knowledge meaning that the value of each qualification gained was of greater value. In practice, it has not quite worked.