C&G 7303 Award - Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
Suitable for: All those who already or are considering working in the adult learning sector
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The City and Guilds 7303 Award is held over 4 or more days dependant on class size and is suitable for those who work, or want to work, as:
Teachers/Trainers/Tutors in the Lifelong Learning Sector and Adult/Community Education
Trainers of personnel in commerce, industry, public and volutary sectors or HM Forces
Technicians and Support Staff in Further and Adult Education
Part time teachers in further and adult education.
The topics in the City and Guilds 7303 Course are:
- Section 1: Understand own role, responsibilities and boundaries of role in relation to teaching
- Section 2: Understand appropriate teaching and learning approaches in the specialist area
- Section 3: Demonstrate session planning skills
- Section 4: Understand how to deliver inclusive sessions which motivate learners
- Section 5: Understand the use of different assessment methods and the need for record keeping
To achieve the qualification, candidates must successfully complete both the theory and practice assignments covering all five Sections. You will be required to organise your work in a systematic way and produce a programme folder containing all the required tasks.
The primary C&G 7303 Course objectives are:
- Adopt an integrative approach to the theory and practice of teaching and training
- Reflect on own previous/current levels of experience, practice and skills, and potential for development.
- Build up knowledge of principles of learning, teaching and assessment and evaluation.
- Develop own communication and interpersonal skills.
- Develop an awareness of own professional role, the essential value systems which underpin it and the legal requirements for carrying out this role.