Diploma in Education and Training, Level 5Course Title: BTEC Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training
The online ‘Education in Training Diploma (Level 5)’ is a Pearsons BTEC qualification which gives students the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to prepare for employment in the education sector.
- Length of Course: 360 guided learning hours*
- Access to Course Content: 12 months
- Awarded By: Pearson
- Start Date: On going enrolment
- Application Deadline: Please get in touch for up to date information
- Mode of Delivery: Online
- Study Type: Self-paced
- Tuition Fees: £1,300
*This consists of 360 guided learning hours and approximately 840 hours of directed study, making a total of an estimated 1200 hours.
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This Diploma in Education and Training (Level 5), is an online course that provides students with a professional qualification that is awarded by Pearson.
The training programme is designed to prepare trainee teachers and educational trainers to teach in a wide range of contexts that require observation and assessment of practice. With course units that combine practice based methods, including theories and research into practical teaching and learning, students are helped to develop the functional skills and knowledge required in a teaching profession.
Furthermore, students are taught the theories and intelligence needed to practice specific referencing and learn to critically examine in order to carry out detailed observations and evaluations - empowering them to embrace better resources suited for classes in adult education.
As such, this training programme is ideal for trainee teachers and trainers in the early stages of their professional careers, who want to be professionally qualified and obtain the skills needed to teach in a broad range of settings.
- Explore the theories and frameworks of practical teaching, with the opportunity to develop practical teaching skills.
- Undertake a comprehensive qualification, lasting one to two years.
- Have their current teaching experience and practice accredited.
- Study at Degree level demand.
- Obtain a qualification recognised as equivalent to the Certificate of Education qualification.
- Choose from a broad selection of optional units to reflect the context in which you teach.
- Record their development requirements and follow an action plan to address them by undertaking an initial assessment of your skills in English, Mathematics and ICT.
At the end of this course, students will receive:
- Qualification: Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training (QFC).
- Awarded by: Pearson
COURSE REQUIREMENTSIn order to be accepted onto this Level 5 Diploma, applicants must:
- Ideally have at least a Level 3 qualification in the area of specialism (or a relevant qualification that is at a level higher than your learners)
- Be fluent in English
- Hold a good knowledge of numeracy, literacy, and ICT
- Have no criminal record (as this would prevent you from working with young children or vulnerable adults as a teacher/tutor).
Please note that if students have previously achieved the Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training, they may be able to bring forward previous credits and assessments. Please get in touch for more information.
COURSE SUITABILITYThis course is suitable for those in, or wishing to enter into, the following professions:
- Teachers and trainee teachers Trainers and tutors working in further education, adult and community learning or work-based training within public, private, voluntary or community organisations.
- Learning support workers
- Teaching assistants
Throughout the course, students are required to study and complete part of their assessment portfolio in their own time. Additional directed study time, outside of the 360 guided learning hours, is expected to be up to 840 hours over the course of the programme.
GRADING AND COURSE ASSESSMENT
This course is graded on a PASS / FAIL basis. If students meet all learning outcomes, they will receive a PASS.
Students are required to complete a range of assessments, including some short assignments, evidence of general reading, and academic referencing. All work must be submitted via the online portal.
All qualifications are assessed internally and submitted to Pearson for approval.
TEACHING AND TRANSFER OF PRACTICE
Students are required to complete at least 100 hours of teaching practice. The following rules apply with regards to how many of these may be transferred from a previous qualification:
- Level 3 Award in Education and Training: There is no transfer of practice allowed.
- Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training: 20 hours of practice, along with 2 hours or observed and assessed practice, may be transferred to the level 5 practice requirements.
OBSERVED AND ASSESSED PRACTICE REQUIREMENTS
Students must complete a minimum of 8 observations - totalling 8 hours (with each individual observation being a minimum of 30 minutes). These observations should be appropriately spaced throughout the training in order to accurately account for the teachers progress.
All observations should be linked to the following two modules:
- Teaching, learning and assessment in education and training (Level 4)
- Developing teaching, learning and assessment in education and training (Level 5)
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Throughout the course, students will be required to complete a board and comprehensive range of modules, obtaining a total of 120 credits from two groups (75 credits from group A and 45 from group B).
- Developing teaching, learning and assessment in education and training (Level 5: 65 hours / 20 credits)
- Theories, principles and models in education and training (Level 5: 60 hours / 20 credits)
- Wider professional practice and development in education and training (Level 5: 50 hours / 10 credits).
- Action learning for teaching in a specialist area of disability (Level 5: 40 hours / 15 credits)
- Action research (Level 5: 50 hours / 15 credits)
- Developing, using and organising resources in a specialist area (Level 5: 50 hours / 15 credits)
- ESOL theories and frameworks (Level 5: 40 hours / 15 credits)
- Literacy and ESOL and the learners (Level 5: 60 hours / 20 credits)
- Literacy and ESOL theories and frameworks (Level 5: 60 hours / 20 credits)
- Literacy and the learners (Level 5: 40 hours / 15 credits)
MODE OF ASSESSMENTThroughout the course, students are required to:
- Complete a few short assignments
- Show evidence of general reading
- Include references in all work
- Submit assignments via the online portal
CAREER AND PROGRESSION OPPORTUNITIES
Once students have successfully completed the Level 5 Diploma in Education and training (RQF), they can progress onto a range of qualifications, including (but not limited to):
- Level 5 Diploma in Teaching English: ESOL
- Level 5 Diploma in Teaching English: Literacy and Functional English
- Level 5 Diploma in Teaching English: Literacy, ESOL and Functional English
- Level 5 Diploma in Teaching Mathematics: Numeracy and Functional Mathematics
- Level 5 Diploma in Teaching Disabled Learners
- Primary School Teacher
- Secondary School Teacher
- College Teacher
- FE Teacher
- University Lecture
Alternatively, graduates can apply for Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLs) status. The QTLs is equivalent to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) in England, and allows graduates to work in any recognised primary or secondary school in the UK as a teaching assistant.
Following on from this qualification students will be able to progress to a PGCE qualification, which allow them to work as qualified teachers in the following roles: