This accessible book offers a step-by-step guide to teaching in the FE and Skills sector to support you in achieving your Education and Training award. It provides all the content you need for the Certificate qualification, so it covers all five mandatory core units of study plus one further optional unit - on action research - which will enable you to achieve the full Certificate qualification, since the mandatory core units are not sufficient on their own.Ideal for use as a self-study text, it helps you develop your practical teaching skills and work towards becoming a competent teacher, whether you are new to teaching or want to develop your teaching. In addition it offers tasks and reflective activities to support you in developing a portfolio for assessment towards the Certificate qualification.
So, if you want to consolidate your study at a pace to fit with your busy schedule, this book is for you. Key features include:
A structure which follows the essential module content for the Certificate qualification
One optional module, in addition to the core practical teaching skill modules, which is required to achieve full certification
A grid at the end of each chapter for you to check your learning against the learning outcomes identified for the Certificate course
Tasks and activities designed to develop your skills gradually as you work through the text
Support in developing your reflective practice skills
With its comprehensive approach and coverage this is an ideal handbook for students looking to achieve the Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training.
Liz Keeley-Browne is Director of the Westminster Centre for Excellence in Teacher Training at Oxford Brookes University, UK.
List of abbreviations Welcome IntroductionSection A: The Mandatory Core Chapter 1: Understanding the roles and responsibilities and relationships in education and training Chapter 2: Planning to meet the needs of learners in education and training Chapter 3: Delivering education and training Chapter 4: Assessing learners in education and training Chapter 5: Using resources for education and training Section B: Optional Unit Chapter 6: Optional Unit in Action Research Section C: Teaching Practice Support Chapter 7: Becoming an effective practitioner Bibliography Index