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The Level 5 Diploma in Education & Training (DET) Course, previously known as DTLLS, is designed for full-time and part-time teachers who have a full teaching role. You will be able to earn a nationally recognized full teaching certificate and work toward becoming a qualified teacher in lifelong learning (QTLS). In addition, you will learn the skills for refining and improving your teaching and learning and how to use constructive reflection to advance your professional development.

Who is this course for?

This course is for anyone over the age of 19 who wants to achieve an accredited teaching qualification.

The DET is designed for teachers, trainers, and tutors who work in higher education, adult and community learning, or work-based training in public, private, voluntary, or community-based organisations.

Requirements

There is no requirement for prior teaching experience.

Working at Level 2 in both Mathematics and English.

Access to 100 hours of teaching.

For the 8-hour observations, it is preferable to have someone with at least a Level 5 teaching qualification; however, if you do not have access to someone, please contact us, and we will see what we can do.

ICT fundamentals (the course is online using our Moodle site, the level of skill set is just basic Microsoft office and able to upload attachments).

Career path

You can teach or train in any industry or subject matter at the level below which you have a qualification, for example, if you have a Level 4 in History, you can teach up to Level 3.

Units

All units have a specified number of credits allocated to them. We deliver four mandatory units and three optional units. The minimum number of credits that need to be achieved are 120.

Teaching Practice

You are required to cover 100 hours of teaching practice. Within these 100 hours, you must produce 8 hours of observations of your teaching practice.

There are four mandatory units:

Developing teaching, Learning and Assessment in Education and Training (65 GLH 20 credits)

This unit aims to give the learner knowledge, understanding and skills relating to teaching, learning and assessment in education and training. This unit relies heavily on the learner to review their own skills and understanding by reflecting on their teaching in a practical context – based on the planning, delivering, and assessing of inclusive teaching and learning in a specialist area. (This specialism can be further developed through the selection of appropriate optional units). The learner must demonstrate their ability to create and maintain an inclusive learning environment and then evaluate their own teaching to develop their practice.

Teaching, learning and Assessment in Education and Training (65 GLH 20 credits)

This unit aims to give the learner knowledge, understanding and skills relating to teaching, learning and assessment in education and training. The unit aims to develop the learner’s understanding of the principles and practices underpinning practical skills. Underpinning the understanding of teaching and learning is an understanding of the role and responsibilities of a teacher in education and training. This understanding helps learners appreciate their role concerning their learners and other professionals when negotiating and agreeing on individual learning goals.

Theories, Principles and Models in Education and Training (60 GLH 20 credits)

The unit aims to give learners underpinning knowledge and understanding to help develop their own practice in education and training. The unit addresses the importance of understanding the role of communication so that the learner is better equipped to deliver effectively. The unit also addresses the underpinning knowledge needed to create approaches to assessment that meet learner and assessment needs. By developing an understanding of theories and models influencing curriculum development, the learner can relate them to their own area of specialism. By developing an understanding and ability to apply theories and models of reflection, the learner will be better positioned to use the skills in the evaluation and improvement of their practice.

Wider Professional Practice and Development in Education and Training (50 GLH, 15 credits)

This unit aims to enable the learner to understand and apply the concept of professionalism and dual professionalism to promote wider professional practice in education and training. Based on an understanding of professional values, the learner will be able to appreciate influences on their practice in an area of specialism, determining their role and responsibilities. In addition, the unit allows learners to develop an understanding of the social, political and economic factors that influence policy and the impact that policy has on their curriculum and practice. The unit also encourages learners to explore the impact of organisational processes and procedures, including those resulting from increasing accountability to stakeholders and external bodies.

In order to obtain the qualification, you need to have 120 credits, Training Tale has selected the following units to enable you to cover the remaining credits, these are chosen to be beneficial to your teaching practice

Action Research (50 GLH, 15 credits)

This unit aims to enable learners to carry out action research in an area of professional practice. The unit helps learners understand the nature and purpose of action research, conduct action research, and present the outcomes. The unit also involves evaluating own practice concerning action research.

Developing, Using and Organising Resources in Education and Training (50 GLH, 15 credits)

This unit aims to enable learners to develop, use and organise resources in the lifelong learning sector. The unit covers the purpose, development, and use of resources, organising them, and enabling access to others. It also covers legal requirements, responsibilities relating to resources and evaluating own practice in their development and use.

Teaching in a Specialist Area (50 GLH, 15 credits)

This unit aims to develop learners’ knowledge and skills concerning teaching in a specialist area. The unit includes considering the aims and philosophy of education and training in a specialist area and the aims and structure of key qualifications and learning programme qualifications available. It also looks at curriculum issues, inclusive learning and teaching, and evaluating and improving one’s own practice in a specialist area.

When you begin your course, you will be allocated a tutor and provided with access to our online learning management system (LMS); you will then be able to work through the course at times suited to you; we are here to help guide and support you through. All assignments are uploaded to the LMS; this is a straightforward process, but we also provide guides, or you can call us for assistance if required.

Our Guarantee

If you are not satisfied with our course, you may request a refund within 7 days of making your reservation. We would deduct a £50/– admin fee and refund the remainder!!! We are extremely confident in our course.

Follow Up Support

Throughout the course, you will receive email support (We normally respond within 24 hours.)

During office hours, Telephone Support is available (9 am to 6 pm Monday – Saturday)

Benefits of Online Learning

There are no specific requirements for this course because it does not require any advanced knowledge or skills.

Students who intend to enrol in this course must meet the following requirements:

You have complete control over your learning environment as you set your own pace and schedule.

Visual cues and experiential exercises that improve and speed up learning.

A controlled positive social atmosphere – there is no bullying or leg-pulling (learners remain cautious of foul language or bad behaviour).

There is no need to be concerned about the teacher’s absences or the effects of other students (good or bad).

It saves you time, energy, and money.

You can complete your assignments and readings whenever you want as there are no set class times.

A course when you need it – not based on some college’s annual schedule.

A less expensive course than traditional college courses, with no need to worry about housing, meal plans, or travel costs.

Highly recommended for those with prior teaching/training experience.

Why choose This Course

Quality Education

Accreditation & Endorsement

Dedicated Customer Support

Easy to Follow

Study Anytime, Anywhere

Access on 365 Days

Tutor Support

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Course Curriculum

1: Theories, Principles and Models in Education and Training
Theories, Principles and Models in Education and Training 14:10:00
2: Developing Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Education and Training
Developing Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Education and Training 15:00:00
3: Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Education and Training
Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Education and Training 12:30:00
4: Wider Professional Practice in Education and Training
Wider Professional Practice in Education and Training 13:40:00
5: Developing, Using and Organising Resources Within a Specialist Area
Developing, Using and Organising Resources Within a Specialist Area 13:10:00
6: Inclusive Practice
Inclusive Practice 15:00:00
7: Teaching in a Specialist Area
Teaching in a Specialist Area 11:40:00

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