Do you dream about teaching? You’re standing at the front of a classroom, all eyes on you. Authoritative, you command the respect of the whole room. Magnetic, your learners are waiting to hear your presentation. In fact, they’re ready to be inspired, to learn, and to grow. It’s a special feeling when you help them succeed. If teaching is your passion, our Level 5 Education and Training Diploma (DET) was designed for people like you. Above all, you’ll learn key training duties in a learning environment that boosts your effectiveness within the classroom.
Develop your effectiveness in the classroom with this specialist teacher training course.
This course is a formally recognised RQF qualification and is recognised throughout the UK, Europe and beyond.
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The recommended learning hours for this course is 360.
Throughout this course, you may be expected to complete assignments, essays, research projects, presentations, video/audio recordings, and practical learning sessions to meet the requirements of your course. This information will be included in your study pack detailing exactly what you need to do to accomplish your goals as a student.
You have up to a year to complete this course. This is usually ample time for learners, even with full-time jobs and other commitments. Don’t worry if you go over the year though, we can organise an extension to your course for a small fee, which also extends your tutor support.
There will be an internal assessment to gauge your ability. You will also need to create a portfolio of evidence that will be externally moderated.
At the end of this course, successful learners will be awarded a formal certificate of achievement by NCFE. The training courses have been designed specifically to meet the needs of learners who prefer to study from home. You can read more about NCFE here.
Official Qualification Title - NCFE Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training
Difficulty - Level 5
Entry requirements - You will require a Level 3 qualification in the area you want to teach (subject specific), as well as your English and Maths at Level 2. There are also placement requirements. 100 hours of teaching practice. At least 8 hours must be observed by a qualified colleague. You'll also require the Award in Education and Training/PTLLS.
Credits - 120
In this unit, you’ll learn about the roles and responsibilities of a teacher, individual learning goals, as well as planning, delivering and assessing inclusive teaching and learning. Also, you’ll look at creating and maintaining inclusive learning environments and evaluate your own practice. Finally, you’ll cover expectations relating to the minimum core in teaching, learning and assessment.
In this unit, you’ll reflect on your own practice in your chosen specialist area. For example, you’ll apply theories, principles and models of learning, communication and assessment in relation to planning, delivering and assessing teaching and training. Moreover, you’ll apply theories of behaviour management in creating and maintaining an inclusive learning environment, as well as reflect on one’s practice. Finally, you’ll cover expectations relating to the minimum core in teaching, learning and assessment.
In this unit, you’ll study theories, principles and models of learning, communication and assessment in education and training. You’ll apply theories and models to curriculum development within your own specialist area and also evaluate your own practice.
In this unit, you’ll understand the importance of professionalism and professional values. In addition, you’ll consider the policy context, the impact of being accountable to stakeholders and external bodies, and the organisational context of education and training. Finally, you’ll look at the quality improvement and quality assurance arrangements of an organisation.
In this unit, your competence will be tested in developing and preparing resources to support learning and development.
In this unit, you’ll develop, use, and organise resources within a specialist subject, vocational or other areas. You’ll cover the purpose, development and use of resources, how to organise them and enable access to others. Furthermore, you’ll understand legal requirements and responsibilities relating to resources and their use.
In this unit, you’ll develop specialist knowledge, understanding and techniques needed to become an effective teacher of lipreading to adults.
In this unit, you’ll develop skills in relation to teaching in a specialist area. You’ll consider the aims and philosophy of education and training. In addition, you’ll learn about the aims and structure of key qualifications, as well as learning qualifications available to learners. Finally, you’ll gain insight into curriculum issues, inclusive teaching and learning, as well as evaluate and improve your own practice in a specialist area.
In this unit, your knowledge and understanding of principles and practices that underpin the internal quality assurance of assessment will be assessed.
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You will require a Level 3 qualification in the area you want to teach (subject specific), as well as your English and Maths at Level 2. There are also placement requirements. 100 hours of teaching practice. At least 8 hours must be observed by a qualified colleague. You'll also require the Award in Education and Training/PTLLS.
That’s fine, this course can be studied anywhere and is completed by submitting Tutor marked assignments (TMAs).