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Key Info

Learning Area   Teaching & Education
Delivery Mode   Part-time
Duration   12 Weeks


Dates & Locations

Course Type   Leisure and Professional
Location   Bicton College
Start Date   01/05/2021
Fees   Tuition Fees: £400.00


Course Type   Adult
Location   Bicton College
Start Date   06/09/2021
Fees   Tuition Fees: £400.00

If you’ve always had passion for passing on your knowledge and skills to others, and have your sights set on becoming a teacher or trainer, then this is the course for you and could be your first step to a career teaching in Further Education.

This is a part time course, so you can fit it around other commitments and the groups consist of other like-minded adults, wanting to see if teaching could be their next step. As an introductory programme, you will learn about the roles and responsibilities of teachers, how to teach in an inclusive way and you will plan and deliver a short teaching session, on a topic of your choice to the rest of the class. You will be involved in a mixture of practical activities and group tasks as well as covering some background theory about teaching and learning.

Best of all, as adults you will learn from each other and share experiences. Even if you haven’t been in a classroom for a long time, you’ll find a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, with tutors committed to helping you enjoy and succeed during your time with us.

Each of you brings something unique and special, that’s what makes this course hugely rewarding and interesting.

You will be learning from experienced teachers, giving you the best possible start to a career if you decide to follow this path.

  What You Will Learn

This 30 hour part time course will cover what teachers actually do, and which other professionals they work with on a day to day basis. You will learn how to teach a short session, including how to plan and what resources to use. You will find out how to check whether others are learning what you are teaching and how to give and respond to feedback.

  Entry Requirements

There are no pre requisites for this programme. We ask all applicants to complete an initial assessment in English and maths so we can provide any support you might require.

  Assessment

Assignments will be mostly written.

  Progression

Use your skills in a variety of educational roles and continue your studying by taking a Certificate or Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector

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This course is designed for people who wish to teach in further education, community education, work-based learning, offender learning and similar public sector and voluntary settings. If you decide to study full-time, you will normally be required to attend college for two days a week with additional teaching practice over two or three days a week and other directed study. The course supports you in becoming an effective and well-informed teacher of your chosen subject. You will follow a core programme where you will be involved in class based learning activities i.e. lectures, individual and group based activities, discussions, presentations, seminars, practical workshops, tutorials and directed study, using learning centres and virtual learning environments. Professionalism and ethical codes of personal and professional practice underpin all elements of the course. The enhancement module of Principles of Teaching & Innovation, Enterprise & Employability is also embedded in this course to ensure that these concepts inform the skills and understandings developed by the trainee teacher. This enables you to apply them to your planning for learning and teaching A teaching placement is an essential requirement of this course and is integral to the assessment of all four modules. During the course this placement will inform taught sessions and enable you to contextualise and apply key principles of learning.

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