If you’re interested in furthering your career in education and enjoying the rewarding benefits of helping to change peoples’ lives on a daily basis, then Nottingham College’s teacher training courses are perfect for you.
You’ll be networking and learning from your peers as the students come from a variety of learning support roles in a wide range of settings including further and higher education and the voluntary sector.
The study groups are small, allowing you to share good practice, exchange experiences and learn from each other within a supportive setting. There are plenty of opportunities to work and study with your fellow students specialising in different modules, giving you a broader overview of the industry. The tutors are active researchers, so you’ll be kept up to date with any new thinking or developments in the education sector. You’ll be visited by external speakers, such as representatives from teaching agencies, whilst on the course to help you develop contacts and learn more about the industry.
The field of education is ever changing and opportunities arise within it for an appropriately qualified workforce who can deliver specialist training.
Leading Internal Qualify Assurance of the Assessment Process and Practice (OCR Certificate Level 4) - Part-time
This course is designed for those who lead a team of internal quality assurance staff. You’ll be able to develop your skills, gain underpinning knowledge and demonstrate competence in the workplace to help you progress in your career.
Previously known as V1, this course is designed for those who maintain the quality of assessment from within an organisation or assessment centre.
Previously known as DTLLS, this course is designed for full and part-time teachers who hold a full teaching role. You’ll have the opportunity to gain a nationally recognised full teaching award and work towards qualified teacher status in lifelong learning…
Previously known as CTLLS, this course is designed for those that teach on a one-to-one basis or deliver pre-prepared lessons to groups and can lead to the Associate Teacher in Learning and Skills (ATLS) status.
The course is designed as an initial training course for those with little or no experience of teaching languages and those with experience who need a qualification to progress their career.
If you’re working in an advice and guidance role where you’re offering specialist advice, reporting to senior management, networking with associated services and managing, negotiating, training, evaluating and developing the service provision, this is the course for you.