The Level 4 Diploma for Technology in Learning Delivery qualification has been developed by education practitioners for aspiring learning professionals, including learning assistants looking to qualify as tutors, assessors, lecturers and trainers.
It is designed to enable professionals to effectively use technology in their learning delivery and assessment activities.
The Level 4 Diploma for Technology in Learning Delivery qualification will provide the opportunity to develop competency in blended learning and assessment based on pedagogy.
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Duration: 18 Week Course
Monday 8 January 2018
Time: 6pm till 9pm
Assessment evidence will be in the form of a Portfolio containing:
Naturally occurring workplace evidence;
Expert witness testimony and, if necessary
Recordings of structured questions and answers and
Centre-created assignments or scenarios where there is not
opportunity to cover all the required competencies in the workplace
Summary of units
301 Using Collaborative Technologies
This unit aims to improve the skills and knowledge needed by the candidate to manage and effectively integrate and facilitate the safe use of IT tools and devices for collaborative working and communications. The candidate will explore the use of collaborative technologies.
402 Applying the use of Technology to Learning Delivery
The unit provides the underpinning knowledge and understanding about the principles of learning to enable learning to be enhanced through the safe application of technologies. It includes planning for the use of technology in learning activities and to support learners with specific learning needs.
403 Sharing practice of technology in learning delivery
The unit is about how the practitioner uses their own skills in using technology in learning delivery to enhance learning with colleagues and to disseminate practice across the organisation.
Course Fee: £980