Presentation on theme: "Diplomas Diploma Planning and Delivery Michelle Coates Teaching and Learning Consultant School Improvement Service"— Presentation transcript:
Diplomas Diploma Planning and Delivery Michelle Coates Teaching and Learning Consultant School Improvement Service
Bringing your learning to life The Diploma – Introduction Slide. Diplomas offer students theoretical and practical learning with clear progression to Higher Education and employment. The strength of this qualification lies in the partnerships between schools, colleges, employers and Higher Education. By working together we can engage and motivate more young people and make their learning more relevant to their lives. Sir Mike Tomlinson Starting out in the business world can be tough, but Diplomas provide young people with the knowledge and skills to get a head start. Sir Alan Jones, Chairman Emeritus of Toyota Manufacturing UK LTD and Chairman of SEMTA, the Sector Skills Council for Engineering. Diplomas increase the range of qualifications that young people have available to them. Young people studying the Diploma will gain skills that are valuable for university and for their future. Professor Michael Arthur, Vice Chancellor, University of Leeds.
Bringing your learning to life Key terms associated with Diploma planning and delivery Activity Using the cards provided match the key terms to the explanations
Bringing your learning to life What subjects are available and when? PhaseLines of Learning Three-year pilot (controlled rollout through quality Gateway) 1 Creative and Media IT Engineering Construction and the Built Environment Society, Health and Development Environmental and Land-based Studies Manufacturing and Product Design Hospitality Hair and Beauty Studies Business, Administration and Finance Public Services Travel and Tourism Sport and Leisure Retail Lines of Learning Diploma national entitlement in 2013
Bringing your learning to life What does it involve? An overview: Skills, knowledge and understanding central to the chosen Diploma At least 50% is practical Employer designed and endorsed Principal LearningGeneric Learning Additional/ specialist learning Functional skills: English, Maths, ICT Personal, learning and thinking skills Optional units Can broaden and deepen learning programme Progression pathways Work experience (minimum 10 days), Project
Bringing your learning to life Diploma Structure LevelPrincipal LearningGeneric LearningAdditional and Specialist Learning Level 1240 GLHFunctional Skills = 120 GLH Project = 60 GLH PLTS = 60 GLH Work Experience = minimum 10 days 120 GLH Level 2420 GLHFunctional Skills = 80 GLH Project = 60 GLH PLTS = 60 GLH Work Experience = minimum 10 days 180 GLH Level 3540 GLHFunctional Skills = At Level 2. No GLH at Level 3 Project = 120 GLH PLTS = 60 GLH Work Experience = minimum 10 days 360 GLH
Bringing your learning to life Examples of opportunities for generic learning (functional skills and personal, learning and thinking skills) and applied learning in the Diploma Activity Using the resource sheets provided consider how Functional Skills and PLTS have been identified and evidenced within your lines of learning. How might you evidence your learners Functional Skills and PLTS work?
Bringing your learning to life Diploma Roles within the Consortium Who are the delivery partners? Lead Assessor Lead Partner Line Lead Diploma delivery staff Domain Assessor Exams Officer Functional Skills delivery staff Component Awarding Body Diploma Awarding Body Diploma Development Partnerships Any others?
Bringing your learning to life How does it fit with other qualifications? GCSE D-G GCSE A*-C A levels Foundation Diploma Higher Diploma Advanced Diploma Young Apprenticeship EmploymentHigher EducationFurther Education Key Stage 3 IB Apprenticeship Advanced Apprenticeship Foundation Learning
Bringing your learning to life Reform: What else is changing? GCSEs Functional Skills Secondary Curriculum Review A Levels Project/ Extended Project Apprenticeships KS4 Engagement programme Foundation Learning The Diploma
Bringing your learning to life Find out more Awarding Organisations AQA-City and Guilds Edexcel