This programme provides training for those teachers undertaking a broad range of teacher training responsibilities. It builds upon the Award in Education and Training by developing understanding of the context and culture of learning and teaching practice. It supports the teacher in the development of assessment and evaluation. Strategies to support learning. Teachers will have evidence of 30 hours of assessed teaching practice.
What will I learn?
How to apply knowledge and understanding of the sector to recognise own professional roles, responsibilities and boundaries in relation to learning and teaching. Plan, organise and deliver a programme of learning utilising a range of strategies informed by theoretical perspectives of learning and teaching. Develop knowledge and understanding of different assessment and evaluation strategies to enhance own practice. Engage in a reflective approach to own personal professional development.
- Personal and Professional Development
- Theories and Principles of Learning and Teaching
- Assessment to Support Learning
How will I be assessed?
Formative assessment is in the form of on-going evaluation of students teaching experience and peer feedback within the classroom setting. Each module contains a coursework based summative assessment. Work is Bucks New University.
Level 4 qualification with access to 30 hours of teaching or training. Level 3 or above in your specialist subject area. Completion of an Introductory Award to Teaching (LSIS) such as the Award in Learning and Teaching.
Progression & Career Opportunities
Successful completion can lead to progression onto the Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training. Teaching in Further and Adult Education or in the Life Long Learning Sector.
Part-time attendance on the course is Tuesday afternoon 1.15 until 5.15pm. It is expected that students are present and punctual to all sessions and engage in all activities to demonstrate professional development and commitment to the course.