Langton Medical Training
Five-day 7303 (PTTLS) Course
7303 is the starting point for anyone involved in the delivery of learning. The course is part of the National Qualifications Framework and is set at Level 3 and 4. What are the course outcomes? This programme is designed to enable delegates to: • Adopt an integrative approach to the theory and practice of teaching and training. • Reflect on their own previous/current levels of experience, practice and skills, and potential for development. • Build up knowledge of principles of learning, teaching, assessment and evaluation. • Develop their own communication and interpersonal skills. • Develop an awareness of their professional role, the essential value systems which underpin it and the legal requirements for carrying out that role. What are the entry requirements? There are no specific entry requirements for this qualification; however, there is a considerable amount of written work to be completed. This will involve reading of supplied reference books, researching specific topics, applying theory to practical scenarios and demonstrating knowledge and understanding through written work. Therefore, candidates for this course should have a good standard of written and verbal communications skills. How long is the course? The course is run as five days (one day per week) How will I be assessed? The course is assessed by completing assignments, this includes a 30 minute micro-teach. How much does it cost? Recently reduced to £475 plus VAT per person. This includes manuals, certification, tea/coffee and on-going help and support during the course. APPLICATION FORM Click here to download To print opened form press Control+P
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