Presentation on theme: "7304 Level 4 Award in Certificate to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (CTLLS)"— Presentation transcript:
7304 Level 4 Award in Certificate to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (CTLLS)
Welcome from the Team Jackie FriarCourse Tutor Telephone01572 758085 firstname.lastname@example.org Sharon Baker Telephone e-mail Course Tutor 077868 56772 email@example.com Diane Morrow Telephone Course Internal Verifier 07768 146619
Aims – By the end of the session, the Learners will: 1.be welcomed to the course and meet their fellow learners 2.have knowledge and Initial skills assessed 3.be Introduced to organisation and facilities 4.begin to get to know other members of the group and set course Ground Rules 5.understand the requirements for successful completion of the course 6.reflect on learning outcomes from PTLLS course in detail 7.recognise appropriate language for academic writing 8.receive homework (to research suitable learning materials for successful completion of the CTLLS course. (You will present your findings to your fellow students in next weeks session) 9.reflect on own learning CTLLS Induction Session
This is an intermediate course which will enable you to become officially qualified as an associate teacher in continuing education - someone who works from pre-designed curricula to teach a particular a subject or learner type. Acquiring this Certificate qualifies you for Associate Teacher, Learning & Skills (ATLS) status, and is your licence to teach. What is CTLLS?
The Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector is for anyone working in an associate teacher role without a recognised qualification, or planning to become an associate teacher in further, adult or continuing education. To take the Certificate, you'll need access to 30 hours of teaching practice in a recognised lifelong learning location. Who is it for?
What is the Certificate structure? The 7304 Certificate comprises three core units and further optional units. There are 120 contact hours (direct study) and 120 non contact hours (self directed study), this also included hours completed to successfully achieve the PTLLS qualification. It includes 30 hours teaching practice, observed for a minimum of four hours over four occasions.
The three core units are: Preparing to teach in the lifelong learning sector: six credits Planning and enabling learning: nine credits Principles and practice of assessment: three credits The optional units include: Equality and diversity: six credits
Candidates are required to complete two assignments, one theory and one practical, for each of the mandatory units and those identified for the chosen optional units, to be achieved at level 3 or level 4. The assignments are broken down into smaller assessment tasks, which have an emphasis on creative and 'hands-on' learning. How will the qualification be assessed?
The Units of the Award: UnitsContentLevelDelivery DatesTask Deadline Opt. Unit Optional Unit 1 – Equality & Diversity Level 4 16th Jan To 30th Jan 2012 and on-going On-going Unit 2Planning and enabling LearningLevel 4 30th Jan To 14th May 2012 20th May 2012 Unit 3 Enabling learning and assessment Level 4 21st May To 16th July 2012 31st July 2012
The Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) framework is a unitised framework for England to help people progress from the initial Award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector, to the Certificate or level 5 Diplomas/ Additional Diplomas for teaching in the lifelong learning sector, depending on career aspirations and role requirements. The City & Guilds new portfolio of teaching qualifications that comply with the QTLS framework comprises: 7303 (PTLLS) Award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector at level 3 & 4 7304 (CTLLS) Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector at levels 3 & 4 7305 (DTLLS) Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector at level 5 The way forward?
What is 7305 DTLLS? A DTLLS is the acronym for the Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong learning Sector. It may be offered to pre-service and in-service candidates on a part- time or full-time basis and is awarded at level 5 upon completion. The diploma meets the qualification requirements for the full teaching role. Candidates are required to undertake a minimum of 150 hours teaching practice. Candidates must be observed for at least eight hours over a minimum of eight occasions of their 150 teaching practice hours. Each observation must be for a minimum of 30 minutes and must be in the candidate’s place of work.
The Institute for Learning (IFL) is the professional body for teachers, trainers and assessors across Further Education (FE), including adult and community learning, emergency and public services, FE colleges, the armed services, the voluntary sector and work- based learning. The IFL’s vision is that their membership of FE practitioners will be truly recognised for excellent teaching and training for learners. As the distinctive professional body for teachers and trainers in FE and skills it has three main strategic aims: To provide a range of benefits and services that is of value for members To consolidate and promote recognition of professional status of teachers and trainers in FE and skills provision To give a voice to practitioners and offer a representative and authoritative voice for teachers and trainers. IFL (Institute for Learning)