Award in Education 4 Day Programme
Having a qualified trainer within an organisation will support the ongoing training needs across the business as well as continuous improvements in practice. Trainers will be able to deliver sessions to groups of staff as well as work one-to-one with individuals where their practice may need developing.
Having a quality internal training provision supports organisations to access the training they need more quickly, at a time that’s right for them and in a more cost efficient way than accessing an external provider.
Within this programme, learners will develop the skills required to understand how training demands across your business often change due to health and care needs of the individuals you support. As a business you need to ensure that the skills of your staff teams are kept up to date with these changes and having an in house training provision can be reactive to those changes in a cost effective way.
It is therefore essential that your trainers truly understand the importance of using a whole range of delivery methods, including real case studies from within your own organisation. This will ensure that practice is developed not only in line with occupational standards, but also considering the specific needs of all individuals your staff support, which will lead to improved well-being and quality of life.
An in-house trainer will also be available to support families, friends and unpaid carers to ensure they are offered necessary advice and training on how to work with individuals and effectively communicate with them.
Introduction into the Award in Education and Training
Introduction to OneFile and required documentation
The teaching role and responsibilities in education and training
Key legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relating to own role and responsibilities
Promoting equality and valuing diversity
The importance of identifying and meeting individual learner needs
Ways to maintain a safe and supportive learning environment
Promoting appropriate behaviour and respect for others
How the teaching role involves working with other professionals
The boundaries between the teaching role and other professional roles
Points of referral to meet the individual needs of learners
Requirements for the micro teach session
Action planning for self-directed study
Types of assessment and their purpose
Characteristics of different methods of assessments
Adapting assessment methods to meet individual learner needs
The importance of involving learners and others in the assessment process
The role of peer and self-assessment in the assessment process
Key features of constructive feedback
Ways to give constructive feedback
Delivery of individual micro teach sessions
Self-evaluation of micro teach session
Receiving peer feedback
Providing peer feedback
Action planning to complete Education and Training Award
Learners will complete:
? L3 Award in Education and Training
Learners will be required to build a portfolio of evidence which will include:
assignments for the award in education and training, lesson plan, power point,
handout, activities and trainers’ notes. This will go through our internal and
external quality assurance process to ensure it meets the required standards.
Learners will also deliver:
A micro teach session lasting 15 minutes, where they use the materials they have
produced for their session.