Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (DTLLS)

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Course Description

This is a nationally recognised professional qualification for in-service teachers in further, adult and community education. The course aims to foster a critical understanding of the Lifelong Learning Sector for practitioners at various stages in their teaching careers. It aims to provide novice teachers with a solid foundation in key issues connected with learning, teaching, assessment and classroom management in a supportive environment, whilst enabling more experienced practitioners to build on their educational knowledge and professional expertise in learning and teaching. Group sessions in class will involve: Tasks, pair work, brainstorm, role-play. Large and small g…

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Course Description

This is a nationally recognised professional qualification for in-service teachers in further, adult and community education. The course aims to foster a critical understanding of the Lifelong Learning Sector for practitioners at various stages in their teaching careers. It aims to provide novice teachers with a solid foundation in key issues connected with learning, teaching, assessment and classroom management in a supportive environment, whilst enabling more experienced practitioners to build on their educational knowledge and professional expertise in learning and teaching. Group sessions in class will involve: Tasks, pair work, brainstorm, role-play. Large and small group work. Self evaluation of own taught sessions. Continuous self reflection of learning as well as practice (through videoing own teaching). Evaluating practice through observation of other more experienced teachers in your subject area Simulated teaching on the course. Online teaching and learning. Presentations and tutorials. You should plan to spend 6-8 hours a week on personal study and research.


Entry Requirements

Successful completion of Year 1 of the programme (PTLLS and CTLLS). You must already be in a full teaching role with a minimum of 75 teaching hours during the year of study (previous teaching hours will not be accepted for this purpose). You must be able to demonstrate a minimum of level 2 in literacy and have the ability to communicate effectively in English. You are also required to provide a letter from your employer to confirm the hours of your teaching practice and the contact details of a subject specialist mentor to support you whilst you study on this course. Your mentor must be a qualified teacher.


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