I can imagine in a one to one setting this would be ok.
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> On 24 Jul 2015, at 22:55, "Peter Hill" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> A friend who manages a post-compulsory teacher education course has asked for advice about the following.
> A male student who is totally blind is due to begin a teacher training course in the upcoming academic year. He has asked to be considered for a placement working in an offender learning setting. This will probably be in a prison. Although the student will be supported by a sighted helper, the course manager is concerned about potential health and safety (i.e.security) issues.
> Has anyone encountered a similar situation? Any thoughts/advice would be gratefully received.
> Peter Hill
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