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Learning and Skills Teacher Apprenticeship Standard

 A practical alternative to the traditional routes in teacher training.

The Level 5 Learning and Skills Teacher Apprenticeship offers a practical alternative to the traditional routes in teacher training, with a focus on developing teaching, learning and assessment practice for 14 + students.

This programme builds on the foundations of educational knowledge and theories, whilst developing a toolkit of skills and behaviours required to elevate your pedagogical methods.

With dedicated support from performance coaches, as well as guidance from experienced teachers and mentors, this programme facilitates the seamless implementation of practical strategies.

You will study the following units:

  • The lesson and the six strands
  • Establishing a positive learning climate
  • Assessment, feedback and questioning
  • How learners learn
  • Developing subject and curriculum
  • Developing classroom practice
  • Evaluating professionalism and reflective practice

Each block is split into:

  • constructing knowledge face to face (online or in person at two of our campuses)
  • asynchronous tasks to develop skills and apply knowledge
  • professional discussions to share good practice, review and reflect

You will be employed in a teaching capacity in a school, sixth form, educational training or post 16 sector setting.

In your employment you must be able to meet the requirement of 250 hours of teaching over the 18 months.

Your workplace must be able to provide a subject-specific mentor.

You will complete an EPA (end point assessment) and gain a gain a sector relevant Level 5 teaching qualification, which will enable you to pursue QTLS.

Following the successful completion of this course you would be able to pursue QTLS. You could progress the Education and Lifelong Learning BA Top up degree.

You will hold a relevant Level 2 GCSE in maths and English and a Level 3 or higher in a subject/vocational area. Apprentices who do not have a Level 2 in maths and English will need to achieve this level prior to taking the end point assessment.

You will need to demonstrate digital skills at Level 1.

The minimum age for entry to this apprenticeship is 18 and there is a requirement to undergo an enhanced DBS check.

As an education apprentice with Activate Apprenticeships, you will have access to the following facilities at Activate Learning colleges:

Libraries and learning environments

Ability to borrow books and laptops
Digital resources and programmes
A student card, allowing you to take advantage of student discounts
Can apply for an Apprentice extra Totum Card
Advice and support services for apprentices includes:

Advice and Admissions
Learning Support
Student Support
Impartial careers advisors
One-to-one support
A college nurse
Free counselling service

Why Banbury and Bicester College?

  • Clear routes of progression with qualifications ranging from foundation level to degree level!
  • Industry experienced teaching staff give you the responsibility and independence you need to take charge of your own future.
  • 150+

    Courses available

  • 2018

    Rated "good with outstanding areas" by Ofsted in 2018

  • 79+

    years of teaching experience

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