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There are many reasons why teaching is an increasingly popular choice of career for a wide range of skilled and talented people. Teaching is one of the most rewarding professions and provides you with the opportunity to interact with people of all ages and backgrounds; it offers fantastic career prospects and development opportunities in addition to competitive financial benefits.
Kensington and Chelsea College offers courses that will help you to progress into teaching and develop your skills for the classroom.
We offer teaching courses for those who are looking to teach English to Speakers of Other Languages or for those who would like to teach in the lifelong learning sector. All programmes will enable students to progress towards Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) and open the gate to employment in the teaching of adults.
The Level 4 Award in Digital Learning for Educators is a part-time course that will introduce you to a range of learning technologies. The course will help you to develop the skills you need to plan your courses to incorporate learning technologies into your teaching and empower your learners to become digitally literate. The FELTAG report and research have identified a number of factors that so far have prevented the large-scale adoption and innovative use of new and emerging digital technologies. This course aims to eliminate these difficulties and make it easier for educators to transform and enhance learning using technology.
The course is assessed and delivered through a variety of blended learning approaches, together with face-to-face and e-learning.
Who the Course if for?
Anyone presently employed as a trainer/teacher/lecturer who aspires to integrate learning technologies into the classroom.
- Competent ICT skills and the ability to demonstrate these.
- A good level of English (equivalent to level 2 – qualification not essential)
The award comprises four units and has a value of 11 credits. Units will include:
- Curriculum Delivery Using Learning Technology
- Curriculum Planning for the Use of Learning Technologies
- Developing Digital Skills and a Learning Technology Toolkit
- Learning Technology in the Context of Teaching and Learning
- Campus: Kensington or Chelsea Centre
- Times: Tue 17:30 - 21:00 OR
- Times: Thu 13:00 - 16:30