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Teacher Training

Do you enjoy sharing your knowledge, skills and passion with adult learners? Then take a look at our range of teacher training and teaching support courses. Our programmes are designed to help people who wish to gain their first formal qualification in teaching and training or teaching support in schools, or progress their qualifications and gain the Level 4 Advanced Practitioner in Schools and Colleges (HLTA) or Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training.

Take the next step to improve your career prospects in teaching and classroom support roles.

Have you always wanted to work with young people and adults, experiences and backgrounds to help them improve their job prospects and general well-being? Would you like to help people who do not speak English to learn the language at home or abroad? Then why not join one of our popular teacher and tutor training courses and gain a recognised City & Guilds or NCFE qualification with us.

To find out more about these FREE courses, please contact a member of our Customer Services team on (01733) 761361 or complete the form below.

Once your specific requirements have been assessed, you will be directed to the correct class where you will learn in a supportive, enjoyable and practical way.

19+ Teacher Training Courses

City and Guilds Level 2 Certificate in Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools

Course code

15150062

Start date

26 Sep 2023

Day & Time

Tuesday 12:30 - 15:00

Sessions

32

Level

Level 2

Location

City College Peterborough

Meet the tutors

Paul Watkins

Paul has a wealth of experience in teaching ESOL, training teachers and managing adult provision in Further Education. He has been training novice teachers on the Trinity Certificate in TESOL since 2000.

Over the last 14 years he has also taught general teacher training qualifications, including the Level 3 Award, the Level 4 Certificate and the Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training. His management experience has given him a wide understanding of different curriculum areas, and the challenges and opportunities these can offer to newly-qualified teachers.

Liz Harper

Liz has lived in Peterborough most of her life and has always had a strong interest in education.

In addition to teaching the Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools, designed for people who are interested in working in schools in a support role such as teaching assistant or midday supervisor, Liz also teaches Functional Skills English to our adult learners at the college.

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