15 training courses found
This course is designed for those who are currently teaching, or who are wanting to teach, in secondary schools, sixth form, or the Further Education (FE) and Skills sector. It aims to develop a holistic approach to teaching, learning and assessment.
This course is aimed at managers, supervisors and staff from all types of organisations who need a broad understanding of health and safety issues. It will help them manage risks effectively, and many people take the qualification as a first step in a career in Health and Safety.
This course is designed for teachers who wish to become specialist in teaching adult numeracy and Functional Mathematics. It aims to develop a holistic approach to the teaching, learning and assessment of numeracy.
On this course students will spend time each week working on their understanding of Literacy and how to teach it. The tutors will model good teaching practice that you can use in your own teaching.
Students attend college for 1 study session each week which assists learners in gaining the underpinning knowledge needed for the award; the sessions also gives learners guidance with assessment, collection of evidence and portfolio building; in addition, an assessor visit learners in the workplace to accredit evidence.
This course is an intensive part-time course with one session on campus per week, for 12 weeks. The course will explore the concepts of mental health.
Knowledge and experience of some aspect of engineering is required, as is an interest in expanding existing knowledge of composite materials. This course is designed for those aiming to improve their knowledge within the area of composite materials and advanced materials technology.
This qualification is made up of two 20-credit modules at Level 4 NQF, 4 credits in total. It comprises the following study and activities: an initial assessment of literacy, numeracy and ICT skills and commencement of the professional development portfolio; up to 20 hours per week on course related activities during the programme: class contact, logged teaching, preparation for teaching, private reading, preparation for formative and summative assessment activities; teaching practice/placement for a minimum of 30 hours in a subject specialism during which you will be observed for a minimum of 3 hours.
This qualification is made up of a single 20 credit module at Level 4 NQF. It comprises the following study and activities:An initial assessment of literacy, numeracy and ICT skills and commencement of the professional development portfolio; up to 42 hours of class contact with up to 150 hours of additional study (private reading, preparation for formative and summative assessment activities) amounting to up to 20 hours per week in total during the course; teaching practice for a minimum of 1 hour (micro and mini teach activity within the study group); observation of other practitioners (2 hours).
The programme provides formal training such as standardised qualifications for creative facilitators in theatre, youth and community settings. It focuses on practical activities such as planning, delivery and evaluation of workshops for specific target groups, as well as examining current theories and styles, opportunities and tools to inform this type of work.
This course is open to all new in service, pre-service and pre-employment teachers, trainers and tutors in the Lifelong Learning Sector. The certificate is designed to cover the role of the Associate Teacher who will have limited responsibilities in terms of teaching as identified here: Teaching from packs and pre-prepared materials, with reduced responsibility for curriculum design; teaching on short courses; someone whose main role is not that of teaching but delivers learning to others on more than an occasional basis.
This course is an initial module that introduces the following content around teaching, learning and assessment: The roles, responsibilities and professional relationships in education and training; an introduction to the importance of 'knowing your learner' and identifying their individual and potential needs through initial and diagnostic assessment; the teaching cycle including basic pedagogic principles and their implications for planning, enabling, assessing and evaluating learning to promote inclusive practice; basic methods of communication in education and training; an introduction to the types of resources used in teaching including learning technologies; creating a positive and inclusive learning environment; developing as a reflective practitioner through self and peer evaluation.
This course is designed for those who will be employed in a full teaching role, having responsibility for learners throughout the learning process and engaging in teaching on a range of academic levels within their subject specialism. Full award trainees are expected to use resources they have designed and evaluated, deliver learning across a range of levels, subjects and learner types, and contribute to a range of programmes of varying lengths.
This course is designed to cover the role of Associate Teacher who will have limited responsibilities in terms of teaching as identified below: Teaching from packs and pre-prepared materials, with reduced responsibility for curriculum design; teaching on short courses; someone whose main role is not that of teaching but delivers learning to others on more than an occasional basis.
This course covers higher accounting tasks including drafting financial statements managing budgets and evaluating financial performance. You will also be able to specialise in areas such as tax auditing and credit control.