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Certificate in Education and Training (CET) (Level 4) - Part-time

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Course outline

Previously known as CTLLS, this course is designed for those that teach on a one-to-one basis or deliver pre-prepared lessons to groups and can lead to the Associate Teacher in Learning and Skills (ATLS) status

You’ll develop skills to enable you to refine and improve your teaching and learning as well as use constructive reflection in order to enhance your continuing professional development.

You’ll cover the following topics:

  • The role of the teacher
  • Teaching and learning approaches
  • Meeting learners’ individual needs
  • Lesson planning and lesson evaluation
  • Observed practice
  • Classroom management, motivation, communication and feedback

The course is designed to enable you to adopt an integrated approach to the theory and practice of teaching; reflect on your own previous/current levels of experience, practice, skills and areas for development; identify principles of learning, teaching, assessment and evaluation; and develop an awareness of your professional role

How to enrol onto this course

If you are interested in studying this course please contact us by emailing enquiries@nottinghamcollege.ac.uk

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Qualification

Certficate in Education and Training (CET) Level 4

Duration

32 weeks

Level Level 4
Assessment

You’ll be assessed continuously over the course. Each module is assessed by assignments which include: reports; projects; essays; and case studies.

You’ll also produce a professional development portfolio which focuses on teaching practice and involves lesson observations.

Progression

If you continue to a full teaching role you could progress to the Diploma in Education and Training Level 5.

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