Tudor College London

      Teacher Training and qualifications

      Tudor College London
      In London

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      Typology Short course
      Location London
      • Short course
      • London
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      London
      1 - 6 Speedy Place Off Cromer Street London Wc1h 8bu, London, England
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      London
      1 - 6 Speedy Place Off Cromer Street London Wc1h 8bu, London, England
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      Course programme

      Introduction

      Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector is a new range of qualifications introduced in 2007 to meet Government requirements to allow teachers to practise in the UK.

      We offer short course or one year course - a progression route to allow you complete these important qualifications (awarding body OCR - Oxford and Cambridge RSA):

      Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS)
      Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (CTLLS)
      Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (DTLLS)
      The completion of the Preparing to Teach (student can apply for job as Teaching Assistant) and the Certificate in Teaching modules combine to give full ATLS (Associate Teacher in the Lifelong Learning Sector) status.

      An associate teacher role is someone whose role and responsibilities are to teach predominantly in at least one of the following ways:

      • from packs/ pre-prepared materials, and therefore has fewer responsibilities in design of curriculum and materials generally on a one to one basis;
      • a programme confined to a particular level/ subject/ type of learner (i.e. does not develop or deliver a full range across a curriculum area)

      Learners wishing to progress to full teacher status must then undertake the Diploma to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (DTLLS). A fully qualified teacher allows you to teach on a full basis, preparing your own materials and taking part in curriculum development.

      These qualifications aim to:
      Develop your ability to work in an associate teacher or fully qualified teacher role; develop your understanding of their roles and responsibilities in relation to teaching; develop your abilities to assess learners’ needs; develop your abilities to work with others in supporting learners

      Programme structure:
      Entry points are in every 2months.

      Course duration:
      -Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Sector (PTTLS): 3 months
      -Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Sector (CTLLS): 6 months
      -Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Sector (DTTLS): 1 academic year
      -Combined course: PTTLS and CTLLS: 1 academic year

      Short Courses:
      Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Sector (PTTLS): 1 week to 4 weeks

      The timetable will consist of classes relating to the teaching qualification, plus IT, numeracy and communication skills as required, and vocationally related study such as business.

      Students have one year from registration in which to complete the PTLLS qualification, and five years from registration to complete the CTLLS and DTLLS

      Units:
      Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Sector (PTTLS) is a one unit qualification.

      The Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Sector (CTLLS) comprises Planning and Enabling Learning, Principles and Practice of Assessment and one optional unit.

      The Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (DTLLS) includes all the above plus Enabling Learning and Assessment, Theories and Principles for Planning and Enabling Learning, Continuing Personal and Professional Development, Curriculum Design for Inclusive Learning, Wider Professional Practice and optional units.


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