Certificate in Delivering Learning (City & Guilds 7302)

In Haverfordwest

£ 160 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    Course

  • Location

    Haverfordwest (Wales)

  • Duration

    10 Weeks

Description

This is an introductory course for those involved in teaching or managing learning situations for adults. On successful completion of this programme you may wish to consider progression on to the PGCE/Cert Ed.

Facilities

Location

Starts

Haverfordwest (Pembrokeshire/Sir Benfro)
See map
Merlins Bridge, SA61 1SZ

Starts

On request

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Course programme

Certificate in Delivering Learning (City & Guilds 7302) Keyfacts
Part time - usually 1pm-6pm. Course runs for 50 hours usually over 10 weeks.

Careers/Further Study
This is an introductory course for those involved in teaching or managing learning situations for adults. On successful completion of this programme you may wish to consider progression on to the PGCE/Cert Ed.

Entry Requirements
Vocational competence and qualifications within the area you intend to teach/instruct. Entry is subject to interview

What you will learn
This course will provide the untrained practitioner with an understanding of the essential elements of effective performance in the classroom or other settings including:-
  • a general introduction to the role, responsibilities and styles of teaching adults.
  • an understanding and introductory experience of this role which will enable participants to be aware of and develop the self awareness and confidence necessary when working with learning groups.
  • an introduction to the principles of learning, particularly to those immediately relevant to adult learning.
  • an introduction to those principles of teaching most immediately relevant to effective management of a learning group.
  • an initial practice in the skills of teaching performance with special emphasis on a micro-teaching exercise.
  • an initial practice in the study of communication skills necessary for further progress.
  • an initial practice in the planning and preparing of learning experiences, including use of resources and aids as well as preliminary consideration of principles of assessment, including self-assessment.
  • an opportunity to evaluate and analyse one's own teaching and the teaching of peers.

Course Assessment
Students are required to complete the following assignments:
  • Key principles of delivering learning
  • Learning programmes
  • Planning and preparing sessions, and delivery of a micro-teaching session
  • Learning journal and summative profile
  • Case Studies

Additional Qualifications
Not applicable

Essential Equipment
None

Fee
£160

Further Information
This course runs for 10 weeks, normally 1-6pm on Wednesdays commencing October, January and April

Certificate in Delivering Learning (City & Guilds 7302)

£ 160 + VAT