Certificate in Education and Training - Level 4
Start Time: 13:00
End Date: 20/06/2023
End Time: 16:30
Site: College Main Site
The Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training is a 1 year course suitable for pre-service teachers/trainers or those just starting out on their career with part-time voluntary or paid teaching hours. The course will give you the toolkit needed to plan, deliver and assess effective Teaching and Learning.
Work Experience & Industry Placements
All candidates, whether pre-service or in-service must have access to a minimum of 30 hours of teaching.
- Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training.
After The Course
Some candidates progress their Initial Teacher Training journey by moving on to the Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training.
What Will I Learn
The qualification covers the knowledge and skills required by teachers/trainers in the Post-compulsory education and skills sector. These include; understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships; planning to meet the needs of learners; delivering Education and Training; assessing Learners; using resources for Education and Training.
English And Maths
Level 2 Maths and English is a requirement for this course.
Highly qualified and experienced Lecturers run this course.
Teaching Learning and Assessment
Teaching and Learning will be through a mix of taught sessions, in-class group work and teacher-led discussions. Active participation in the group work and discussions will enable the best outcome as candidates gain peer support and learn from each others' experiences. Throughout the programme, candidates will need to demonstrate the ability to work independently and research theories and topics covered in the taught sessions. There is a requirement for a minimum of 30 hours teaching/training practice and a minimum of three teaching/training practice observations, which must reach the required standard of practice.
Upon request before or after taught sessions, or support via email.
The cost for this course is £1043. A course text book is recommended for purchase at induction or available as an ebook via the LRC.
How Will I Be Assessed
It is anticipated that candidates will provide evidence that they have met the criteria in a number of ways, and should include: • Assignments - to evidence the knowledge based assessment criteria • Practice requirements - A minimum of 30 hours of practice. Evidence of working with groups of learners. Practice must be in a teaching and learning environment. • Observation requirements - Observations should be appropriately spaced throughout the whole programme and take into account the stage of a candidate’s progress. There will be a minimum of three observations of practice.
English and Maths level 2 are a requirement.
A teaching placement (voluntary or paid) of a minimum of 30 hours is required throughout the course duration.
How To Apply
Apply online now.