Within the course trainees will improve their teaching practice through the study of both theory and strategy. There are seven required units and then options to complete two more. The required units cover:
Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Education and Training
Theories, principles and Models in Education and Training
Developing Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Education and Training
Wider Professional Practice in Education and Training
Developing Employability Skills
Developing, Using and Organizing Resources within Specialist
Equality and Diversity
Skills and assessment
Level 5 Diploma in Education which meets qualified teacher status in most colleges.
Candidates must hold a Level 3 subject specialism and have access to 100 hours of teaching throughout the two year, ideally teaching (on both a one-to-one and group basis) a variety of learners across a range of levels.
Additionally GCSE English Language and Mathematics at Grade C/4 and above or Level 2 Functional Skills in English and Maths.speakers:
For Non-native English speakers- IELTS 7.0 or equivalent (speaking and listening at 7.0) with no other component below 6.0.
Access to a subject specific mentor.
How to apply
This course is part of an apprenticeship. The apprenticeship requires one to achieve a level 2 safeguarding qualification along with level 2 ICT. As an apprenticeship there will be no costs to the trainee as long as the placement meets some basic requirements.