Diploma in Education and Training Level 5
The Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training is a teaching qualification that has a teaching/training practice requirement. It is an ‘in-service’ qualification designed if you are working or wishing to work as teachers/trainers in England. It may be possible for pre-service teachers/trainers (defined as those who are not formally contracted as teachers/trainers) to also complete this qualification. You must have access to 100 hours of teaching, whether pre-service or in-service.
At Level 5 you will need to demonstrate a depth of knowledge and understanding. This will be reflected in:
A critical reflection of the relationship between theory/principles and practice
A considered and targeted approach to reading and research
Clear evidence of substantial reading including professional publications
An academic style of writing, in which are recognised system of referencing is followed. Writing should be concise and candidates should provide evidence of careful planning
The course will increase your knowledge and understanding of the needs and characteristics of different types of learners, including children, young adults and people with learning difficulties. You will also gain a range of effective skills for supporting teaching and learning in a team work context.
- Completion of an appropriate Level 5 Qualification (FHEQ) or higher qualification in subject area.
Developing Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Education & Training - 20 credits (Level 5)
Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Education & Training - 20 credits (Level 4)
Theories, Principles and Models in Education & Training - 20 credits (Level 5)
Wider Professional Practice and Development in Education & Training - 15 credits (Level 5)
Developing, Using and Organising Resources in a Specialist Area - 15 credits (Level 5)
Inclusive Practice - 15 credits (Level 4)
Teaching in a Specialist Area - 15 credits (Level 4)
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