Diploma In TeachingWest Herts College
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- Hemel hempstead (Inglaterra)
¿Qué aprendes en este curso?
This course is suitable for those applicants who have teaching experience and need to gain the recognised full teaching qualification for post 16.Entry qualifications
An initial teacher training qualification eg PTTLLS, C & G 7302, C & G 7306, C & G 7407 and the equivalent of a Level 2 in Literacy and Numeracy.
Minimum of 75 teaching hours for each year.
A minimum of a Level 3 qualification in subject specialism.Information about the course
The course runs part time over 2 years. During this time you will develop your practical skills in teaching and be able to apply the theory learnt during class sessions.Course content
Modules studied in Year 1 will be:
Planning & Enabling Learning, including Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
Enabling Learning & Assessment
Theories & Principles of Planning and Enabling Learning
Managing and Supporting Learning
Modules studied in Year 2 will be:
Curriculum Design & Implementation of Inclusive Practice
Wider Professional Practice
Subject Specialist Study
During Year 1 you will have 4 lesson observations and 3 in Year 2 and you will be expected to reflect upon your practice and respond to the assessors commentsAdditionality
For members of West Herts College you will be assigned a mentor for the duration of the course, who will offer support and guidance within your subject area and will also carry out some of the lesson observations.
For external candidates you will be offered advice in finding a mentor within your work place, who will offer support and guidance within your subject area and will also carry out some of the lesson observations.
When will I receive my results?
Results will be forwarded on as soon as they are received at the college. Please note that certificates, where awarded, can take up to 4 months to be received at the college before forwarding on to learners.Assessment
General Assessment Criteria for Coursework
Each module will be assessed through one piece of coursework
All assignments must be presented to an acceptable level of English, observing the conventions of structure, cohesion, syntax and grammar characterised by standard English.
All assignments must be accompanied by a signed declaration that the work is the trainee’s own.