If you are teaching or training to teach vocational learners across the further education and skills sector or in the workplace, this is your essential guide.
Teaching and Training Vocational Learners is a focused text written to support those who are working with vocational learners, taking into account the specific needs of this group. It provides practical advice and guidance to help you to shape your approach to teaching, learning and assessment. It has comprehensive coverage of the learning you need to prepare you to teach. Throughout, the authors offer a range of exciting and practical examples to help you to expand your 'vocational teaching toolkit'. Included are lesson plans, assessment grids, assignment briefs, ideas to engage employers, help on marking vocational evidence, planning trips and visits and much more.
Steve Ingle i is a freelance consultant, chief examiner and associate lecturer at the University of Cumbria. He has over twelve years' experience with Grade 1 providers across the FE and Skills Sector, holding a variety of teaching and management positions within further and higher education, sixth form and private training providers. Vicky Duckworth is Senior Lecture and MA co-ordinator (Post-Compulsory Education and Training) and Schools' University Lead at Edge Hill University, UK.
What is Vocational Education? The Changing Landscape Engaging and Motivating Vocational Learners Employer Engagement Planning Your Approach Experiential and Applied Learning Vocational Assessment Observing Vocational Learning The Practitioner Voice Appendix 1 - Example of a Vocational Scheme of Work Appendix 2 - Assessment Plan Template Appendix 3 - IRIS Reflection Template