Teaching, Training and Assessing Learning- IVQ

Advanced Diploma- Level 3 IVQ City & Guilds Accredited

(1106-21)

 

About the Programme

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This course is offered by the IIRQ by a blended modality (e-learning, self-studies and tutorials) thus giving each learner the flexibility to pursue the programme at a pace suitable to his/her circumstances. This course is accredited by the City& Guilds of London Institute, the National Qualification Frame work of England, Wales and Northern Ireland (NQF) and The Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (OFQUAL). The reciprocity for accreditation between and among accrediting bodies is not guaranteed.

Make It Yours- Who Is this for?

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This Qualification provides essential knowledge and practical teaching, training and assessing learning skills for the following:

  1. Awards in Teaching, Training and Assessing Learning are designed for training support staff and trainers in post– 16 education and traini
  2. Candidates who already have a high level achievement in a specific discipline and would like to teach.
  3. Teachers or those training and assessing learning who want to improve their knowledge and skills.
  4. Experienced teaching staff who require continuing professional development in teaching, training and assessing learners.
  5. Candidates who require a qualification to improve their knowledge and skills to prepare for a higher level of teaching, training and assessing learners.
  6. Opportunities for gaining individual units which are relevant to their current role (e.g. Internal Verification, Assessing competence, coaching and mentoring, E-Learning ,Management of training).

About The Qualifications

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This is comprised of five core units with associated practical activities, a written holistic report and a multiple choice examination (D100) which covers the theory of teaching, training & assessing learning. All parts of the qualification must be completed and passed for the candidate to be successful for the full qualification.

Minimum Guided Learning Hours

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City & Guilds does not specify the exact amount of time required to complete the qualification, but recommends that the minimum guided learning hours fort he Level 3IVQAdvanced Diploma should be as follows:

 

Unit Number

 

QCA Unit Reference

 

Unit Title

 

Recommended Learning Hours

101 M/502/2627 Identifying Learners Needs 15 Hours (Minimum)

 

102 T/502/2628 Plan & Prepare Learning 20 Hours (Minimum)

 

103 A/502/2629 Delivering Learning Outcomes 30 Hours (Minimum)

 

104 M/502/2630 Assessing Learning Outcomes 25 Hours (Minimum)

 

105 T/502/2631 Evaluation of sessions & Learning Programme 10 Hours (Minimum)

 

Candidate Entry Requirements

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  • Candidate should have a recognized qualification at the right level for the country in the subject that they are teaching/training.
  • Without evidence of formal qualifications, candidate must be able to demonstrate adequate prior knowledge and experience necessary to complete the course at Level 3.
  • All applicants must complete a Private Student Application form, attaching two (2) certified passport size photographs, (stamped &signed by a JP) along with valid ID as well as original documents of necessary qualification

Why  choose IIRQ?

 

  • Flexible learning and assessment
  • Flexible payment schemes
  • Professional Atmosphere / environment
  • Qualified lectures
  • No strict Qualification entry requirements –experience is considered for entering