Do you need a qualification to teach your subject to other adults?

If so, this course is for you. The price is £450 – no hidden extras.

Below is the start of the detail of the course.  For the full course details CLICK HERE

 

Please try the FREE TASTER SESSION on the Ruzuku software I use for my courses. No payment needed, and you can (virtually) meet me, experience some of the learning materials and see how you like on-line learning.

 

Have you been teaching/training for some time and now you find you need a qualification to access funding, or simply to get work?

  • That can be frustrating because you know how to teach and are now being asked to prove it.
  • Maybe you’ve had to work through other organisations rather than run courses yourself.
  • Maybe you’ve missed out on funding for training projects that you would have liked to have done.

OMc, an experienced trainer, said,

‘As I already work in a teaching environment I will review my delivery style
and materials to ensure they are ok for each target audience.’

Maybe you are expected to do some teaching as part of a wider role, but you aren’t totally confident that you go about it the right way.

  • Maybe you’ve muddled through but felt uncomfortable when running a course or when public speaking.
  • Maybe you don’t feel totally happy with your teaching resources and methods
  • Being able to structure a session plan can give you a lot of confidence.

SC, a new trainer who completed in April 2017 said,

‘I have gained confidence, especially delivering to people from other backgrounds. I now know how to adjust my teaching to learners’ needs.’

 

I can help you become qualified and more confident.

I have been a trainer for 30 years, working for other people, and for the last 14 years in my own training company IVITA Learning.

I am qualified to teach adults (I have an MA in Education and Training)

I have a track record of teaching people to teach adults in group situations and on-line.

My students become qualified with a recognised qualification.

 

The Award in Education and Training is a City & Guilds qualification which is recognised internationally as well as nationally.

 

It is a 40-hour course delivered on-line with:

  • written assignments to prove knowledge and understanding
  • a practical ‘micro-teach’ to deliver a half-hour session to others in the group

 

It is a Level 3 qualification made up of 12 credits from three units.

  • Unit 301 (3 credits)
    Understanding the roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training
  • Unit 302 (6 credits)
    Understanding and using inclusive teaching and learning approaches in education and training
  • Unit 305 (3 credits)
    Understanding assessment in education and training

 

This course is great because:

  • Studying totally alone is difficult and so is staying motivated.
  • This course gives a structure with deadlines (and some flexibility when needed) to move steadily through.
  • But as it is on-line, you choose when you access the learning materials to work through.
  • Live Q&A sessions and e-mail support throughout are built-in so you don’t have to feel that you are alone.

AR, who completed in December 2016, referred to the structure of the on-line course.

‘I’ve enjoyed the course content and structure.
It being split into bite-sized chunks has helped me progress.’

 

By the end of the course you will:

  • Have a recognised qualification.
  • Become more skilled in the basics of planning and carrying out training, assessing learning and you will be able to evaluate the sessions for future improvement.
  • Feel more confident in your role as a trainer
  • Better able to enjoy teaching others and/or speaking in public

 

 

Let me tell you what is in the modules, and how you will benefit from them

Induction module

The induction module comes through the week before the course starts. It includes:

  • A welcome video
  • Some tips on how to use the software
  • A request for you to upload your profile and introduce yourself
  • Some thoughts about how we can work together on this course
  • Some documents for you to download:
    • Course calendar
    • Your learner handbook

√     You will feel more ‘at home’ with the software and learning materials so better able to use them to succeed

 

Modules 1 – 3 come through together
They provide the learning materials for the first Assignment Task A for Unit 301

Module 1 – is about the roles and responsibilities of teaching in education and training and includes:

  • A video overview of the module
  • The teaching cycle and how we use it as teachers
  • To download:
    • Guidance notes for the first Assignment Task A for Unit 301
    • A Snoopy cartoon – yes it is relevant!
    • A handout about the teaching cycle
    • A list of roles and responsibilities you might need to undertake
    • Examples of session plans
    • Finding out your preferred learning style
  • Exercises for you to complete:
    • Teaching cycle exercise

I like strawberries but I feed my cat with cat-food.

I like strawberries, but I feed Tigger with cat-food

 

  • Questions for you to think about, and share with other course members, such as:
    • In a training programme you attended recently, what steps were taken to find out about YOU before the start?
    • What do you think makes a ‘good’ teacher?

√     You will be able to state the five stages of the teaching cycle

√     You will be able to give examples of what a member of teaching staff in your organisation needs to do in respect of each stage

√     You will be able to complete the first part of Assignment Task A

 

Module 2 – is about relationships in education and training and includes:

  • A video overview of the module
  • Working with other professionals
  • The boundaries that exist between you and other professionals
  • Points of referral to meet your learners’ needs – you CANNOT be all things to all students
  • To download:
    • A handout suggesting some other professionals you may need to work with
  • Questions for you to think about, and share with other course members, such as:
    • Which professionals do you come into contact with, and how do you work together?
    • What boundaries exist and how can you avoid crossing them?

√     You will be able to give at least three examples of other professionals you work with (or will do in the future)

√     You will know the boundaries between your role and theirs

√     You will know where you can refer learners for additional support

√     You will be able to complete the next two parts of Assignment Task A

 

Module 3 – is about legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice and includes:

  • A video overview of the module
  • Each of the main areas of legislation we need to comply with as teachers of adults
  • How regulatory requirements are different
  • What codes of practice you may have in your subject area
  • To download:
    • Links to other documents about different aspects of the law
    • Education and Training Foundation Professional Standards (a CoP for teachers)
  • Questions for you to think about, and share with other course members, such as:
    • What can you do, practically, to comply with the Equality Act (2010?)

√     You will be able to give at least four examples of legislation that teachers need to comply with and state how YOU can (or will) comply with them

√     You will be able to give an example of a regulation that you need to comply with in your subject area

√     You will be able to give an example of a code of practice you need to comply with in your teaching

√     You will be able to complete the final part of (and therefore all of) Assignment Task A

 

 

For the full course details CLICK HERE

Please try the FREE TASTER SESSION on the Ruzuku software I use for my courses. No payment needed, and you can (virtually) meet me, experience some of the learning materials and see how you like on-line learning.