This course is an introduction to teaching for those who have a background in the land-based sector and are considering teaching learners over the age of 16. It is suitable for people who are looking to start teaching for their first job or who are considering changing career. The course will equip you with the skills needed to confidently deliver an effective lesson to a group of learners, as well as providing you with the theory needed to get you started in teaching. Have the opportunity to observe Plumpton teachers in action.
To provide an introduction to the role of teaching in Further Education and to equip you with sufficient skills and knowledge to be able to prepare and deliver effective teaching to a group of young people and adults.
By the end of the course, all learners will be able to:
- Prepare a lesson on a subject from their specialist area
- Describe the roles and responsibilities associated with being a teacher
- Evaluate the effectiveness of a range of teaching strategies
- Adapt assessment methods to meet the needs of learners
Units and modules
- Unit 301 – Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training.
- Unit 302 – Understanding and using inclusive teaching and learning approaches in education and training.
- Unit 305 – Understanding assessment in education and training.
Suitability - Who should attend?
The course has no formal entry requirements but applicants must be able to demonstrate good experience in a relevant subject area.
Outcome / Qualification etc.
Qualification awarded by the course provider
Plumpton College - Apprenticeship Training
Plumpton College is a specialist land-based College offering outstanding indoor and outdoor facilities at our main 800-hectare site plus our other superb Out Centres. You'll be able to develop your skills and knowledge at our inspirational sites. Offering a variety...
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