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Get yourself a passport to a rewarding career in teaching adults and helping them gain new skills or knowledge. It’s a qualification that equips individuals with the skills and knowledge needed to teach effectively in the further education and training sector. With Oxfordian College’s DET

Anyone including, but not limited to; teaching assistants, learning support staff, tutors, unqualified teachers and industry experts can obtain a TQUK recognised Diploma in Education and Training (DET Level 5), a qualification which can lead to a Qualified Teacher Learner Status (QTLS).

• 7 units
• 360 guided learning hours
• 100 hours of teaching experience
• 8 lesson observations
• Get QTLS (Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills) status which is the badge of professionalism for post-14/16 education and training, helping practitioners advance in their careers and demonstrate their expertise and experience to colleagues, employers and learners.

The aim of this unit is to provide you with the knowledge and understanding of theories, principles, and models applied to education and training. You will review the application of theories, principles, and models of learning, understanding the role of communication, and assessment in education and training.

The unit will also cover the application of theories and models of curriculum development within an area of specialism, and the application of theories and models of reflection. You will then be in a better position to use the skills in the evaluation and improvement of your own practice.

The aim of this unit is to provide you with the knowledge, understanding, and skills relating to teaching, learning, and assessment in education and training. This will enable you to understand the role and responsibilities of a teacher and trainer in education and training.

The aim of this unit is to provide you with the knowledge, understanding, and skills relating to teaching, learning, and assessment in education and training. This will enable you to understand the role and responsibilities of a teacher and trainer in education and training.

The aim of this unit is to provide you with the knowledge, understanding, and skills relating to wider professional practice in education and training. You will consider professionalism and professional values in education and training, the policy context of education and training, the impact of being accountable to stakeholders and external bodies, and the organisational context of education and training.

The module will identify further how to understand and contribute to the quality improvement and quality assurance arrangements of an organisation.

The aim of this unit is to enable you to prepare resources to support learning and development.

This could involve developing resources from scratch or adapting existing resources to meet the needs of individual learners and the preparation of the learning environment, learning materials, and equipment used to support learning.

You will be asked to evaluate examples of resources that include technical equipment, IT-based learning, handouts, workbooks, and visits to places of interest to support teaching and training.

The aim of this unit is to develop your knowledge and understanding of inclusive practice. You will evaluate factors influencing learning and legislation relating to inclusive practice.

The unit will also cover the roles and responsibilities relating to inclusive practice, how to create and maintain an inclusive learning environment, and how to evaluate one’s own inclusive practice.

 

The aim of this unit is for you to understand how to carry out action research and specialise in an area of specialised professional practice. It includes understanding the nature and purpose of specialism. Conduct mini action research, conducting action research, and presenting the outcomes. You will learn how to evaluate your own practice in relation to action research.

“I did the DET from Oxfordian College and was always provided support and advice. They were always willing to help me with my lesson plans, provide feedback on my teaching, and answer any questions that I had. I felt like I was part of a supportive community, which was essential for my success on the programme.” Khunsa

“If you are considering a career in teaching, I would highly recommend DET with Oxfordian. It is a well-structured programme that will give you the skills and knowledge you need to be a successful teacher.” Iftikhar

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