Preparing to Deliver the Apprenticeship Standards
SET member: £340.00 https://set.et-foundation.co.uk
Who is this course for?
The course is for all current apprenticeship practitioners: assessors, coaches, mentors and trainers.
The aim of the course is to enable practitioners to support apprentice learning under the new standards.
You will have the knowledge and confidence to:
- understand and appreciate your role and responsibilities in delivering apprenticeships.
- translate apprenticeships standards into a schedule of learning and learning and assessment activities that meet the needs of employers and their apprentices.
- distinguish key principles underpinning assessment methods and their selection for apprentices working towards End-Point Assessment
- apply modelling to the teaching of apprenticeships
- analyse the language, literacy, numeracy and technology skills of apprentices.
- articulate your role and responsibilities, including any limitations, and suggest who can support you to fulfil your role
- prepare appropriate teaching and learning resources
- plan effectively to assess learning and identify learning needs
- plan, prepare and deliver a learning session
- reflect on the learning session taking into account peer and tutor feedback
- explicitly model teaching behaviours for apprentices.
Length of the course
The course will run between September and the end of December 2017, through a series of day and/or evening sessions. The specific pattern of study will vary between centres offering the course but the majority of delivery is expected to be over five full days.
This course is designed for experienced apprenticeship practitioners so there is an expectation that you will already have experience as an assessor or trainer on work-based programmes. There are no qualification requirements. The module has been written at Level 4 but the key requirement is experience in supporting apprenticeship learning.