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Education & Training Year 2: Level 5 Diploma - CCCU

Monday 17 September 2018
18:00 - 21:00
90 Hours / 30 Weeks
5 Brampton Road, Bexleyheath

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£2700.00 Course symbols: N Q

Course description

The second year of the Diploma. Students will need 60 teaching hours confirmed at the start of Year 2. Professional Graduate Certificate in Education may be studied at Level 6 in Year 2 for those with an existing degree. Student finance available for the full year programme.

Entry requirements

1. All candidates must have a good command of spoken and written English and be able to work towards achievement of skills in ICT, Literacy and Numeracy at Level 2. 2. Candidates must hold a subject qualification or acceptable specialist evidence of skills and knowledge equivalent to at least NVQ Level 3. 3. Candidates must have completed/passed the Diploma in Education and Training Year 1 or have a recent teaching qualification at HE Level 1 (NQF Level 4) with 60 credits. 4. To apply for the course, all students must complete an online Canterbury Christ Church application form and College enrolment form. 5. Candidates must have confirmation of a minimum of 60 hours teaching in place.

What you will learn

Module 4 The aim of this module is to explore key theories and models of reflective practice and evaluation . Students will use this knowledge to reflect on their subject specialist teaching to identify areas for development. Students will be encouraged to trial resources including the use of learning technologies to develop innovative and creative approaches in their own practice and to establish and maintain an inclusive environment for teaching learning and assessment. Learning outcomes: Diploma (level 5) 1. Demonstrate knowledge and critical understanding of theories and models of reflective practice and evaluation. 2. Analyse own practice and approaches in inclusive teaching and subject specialist teaching to identify areas for development. 3. Critically evaluate resources including learning technologies and how they can enhance students' subject specialist teaching. PGCE (level 6) 1. Demonstrate in-depth knowledge and systematic conceptual understanding of theories and models of reflective practice and evaluation. 2. Critically analyse own practice and approaches in inclusive teaching and subject specialist teaching to identify areas for development. 3. Critically and systematically evaluate resources including learning technologies and how they can enhance students' subject specialist teaching. Module 5 This module aims to develop your awareness of the links between theory and practice in the area of curriculum design. It provides an opportunity to reflect on your subject specialism and the trends which influence its delivery. Relevant developments in curriculum will be explored through a group project, involving critical evaluation of curriculum theory and effective engagement with your own professional development. Learning outcomes: Diploma (level 5) 1. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of a range of features of the theory and practice of curriculum in the FE and skills sector. 2. Analyse the impact of the social/political/economic context on curriculum development. 3. Develop learning programmes within their specialist areas in a reflective and inclusive way. PGCE (level 6) 1. Demonstrate in-depth knowledge and understanding of a range of features of the theory and practice of curriculum in the FE and skills sector. 2. Critically analyse the impact of the social/political/economic context on curriculum development. 3. Develop learning programmes within their specialist areas in a reflective and inclusive way. Module 6 This module aims to develop your awareness of the links between subject specialisms and contemporary socio-economic and political questions. There will be a particular focus on how this context continues to shape your professional practice. Relevant recent developments in this context will be explored through an individual investigation, involving critical evaluation of current policies and effective engagement with your own professional development. Learning outcomes: Diploma (level 5) 1. Demonstrate knowledge and critical understanding of a range of features of the FE and skills sector. 2. Analyse ideas and practices appropriate to their own specialist area , including the issues around access and diversity. 3. Critically appraise recent policy in a reflective and inclusive way to learning programmes within their specialist areas PGCE (level 6) 1. Demonstrate in-depth knowledge and systematic conceptual understanding of a range of features of the FE and skills sector. 2. Critically analyse ideas and practices appropriate to their own specialist area , including the issues around access and diversity in the light of current research. 3.Systematically apply critical appraisals of recent policy and current research in a reflective and inclusive way to learning programmes within their specialist areas.

How you will learn on this course

Lecture, discussion and debates. Pair work and group work. Questions and answers. Demonstration and presentations. Games and quizzes. Research style activities and case study.

How you will be assessed on this course

The programme aims to enable students to become effective, critical and thoughtful teachers and trainers. To this end it aims to develop in students: an awareness of professional issues and the creative thinking and critical awareness to analyse and address these.

Qualification and exam information (only for courses leading to a qualification)

Diploma in Education and Training or PGCE (Professional Graduate Certificate in Education).

What you will be expected to do outside your lesson time

It is estimated that there will be approximately six hours of study outside of the taught sessions for completion of assignments and for undertaking extra reading and research.

What you need for your course

You will be advised of any books/journals which would assist you during the course. Canterbury Christ Church University have an on-line library which is accessible to all enrolled students.

What you need to bring to the first class

Notebook and pen.

What you can do next

The attainment of QTLS (Qualified Teaching and Learning Status) through Continued Professional Development. Progress onto the B.A (Ed) degree course or an alternative degree course. Do you need to bring your qualifications up to date in Maths, English or ICT? – look at our Functional Skills English, Maths, GCSE and ICT course offer. We also offer courses and one to one training on iPads/tablets, iPhones and laptops. Additional Information *There will be a Welcome Event for all DET students studying at consortium colleges. This Event will be held at Canterbury Christ Church 4 November 2017*

Additional information

At the beginning of the course, you will have an induction to the College and the course. Your tutor may ask you to complete an Individual Learning Plan (ILP) and agree your personal learning goals. This paperwork is a requirement of the College’s Quality Improvement Programme.

Venue information

5 Brampton Road, Bexleyheath, Kent DA7 4EZ Nearest Train Station: Bexleyheath. Buses: 89, 96, B16, B15, B14, B12, 422 Car park available onsite. Please note car parking spaces cannot be guaranteed. For further details of parking please refer to https://www.bexley.gov.uk/services/parking