Course Code: CR4MTCHH / 18DA11A
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Introduction to the course
This course is is the first year of the two-year Diploma in Education and Training, run in partnership with Canterbury Christ Church University. In 2014, the provision was graded by Ofsted as outstanding. This programme meets the current government standards related to teacher education and is suitable for teachers working in Further or Adult and Community Education, as well as trainers in the public and private sector.
In the first year of the Diploma, you will gain practical teaching skills and an overview of the theory related to teaching. You will identify the principles of learning, teaching, assessment and evaluation and develop an awareness of your professional role and responsibilities. The course will also focus on developing learning materials, managing the learning environment and enable you to become familiar with current approaches to delivering your specialist subject.
What do I need?
You must be qualified to Level 3 or 4 as applicable within the specialist subject you wish to teach and also have good written and spoken English, and be IT literate (Level 2). You need to be in a position to complete 30 hours of teaching practice.
How is the course taught?
A wide range of teaching methods are used to meet your learning requirements, including lectures, group activities, workshop, tutorials and sessions in assignment writing.
How will I be assessed?
You will be continuously assessed throughout the course. Assessment is via submission of written and other programme task evidence and through practical teaching observations. Assignments will provide evidence through assessment criteria for the satisfactory achievement of identified professional standards. Assessment is subject to external verification.
What does it lead to?
Progress onto the second year of Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training (DET) or Specialist Diplomas in Teaching English, Maths or Disabilities
|Location||Start Date - End Date|
|Tottenham Centre||28 Sep 2018 - 6 Jul 2019|
- Last Updated: 23 May 2018
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Level 5 or higher
- Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching (CELTA) Level 5
- Diploma in Education and Training
- Diploma in Education and Training/Professional Graduate Certificate in Education and Training - validated by Canterbury Christ Church University
- Level 5 Specialist Diploma in Teaching Disabled Learners
- PGCE Further Education - validated by Canterbury Christ Church University
- Specialist Diploma in Teaching English: Literacy and ESOL Level 5
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