The complete Teaching guide for anyone who wants to become an expert in pre-school Teaching
Developing excellent teachers is a core aim of our courses. We work closely with the industry experts to design, develop and regularly evaluate the methods and materials we use in our programs. Providing students with opportunities that will give them the very best chance to become outstanding teachers, who can help individuals reach their potential and carry a passion for learning with them throughout their lives.
Our Programs aim to equip our students to become effective and reflective classroom practitioners, who are confidently and competently able to demonstrate classroom skills in the age and ability range of the phase in which they are training to teach. We enable trainees to acquire and develop the values, commitments, personal qualities, knowledge, understanding, and skills that all teachers need.
Students in NVQ programs are required to undergo on-the-job training (OJT) before they can graduate.
OJT is a type of experiential learning often used in skill-based qualifications that involve hands-on work or the use of specialized equipment, software, or machinery. Right after the course completion. In a OJT you will receive firsthand experience performing tasks related to your role from a co-worker or supervisor.
The purpose of OJT is to prepare you for your position. The instruction and hands-on practice you complete as part of the training can help you develop the skills, competencies, and knowledge you need to carry out your role when you go to the job market. When OJT is complete, you should be able to perform most or all of the tasks for your position without supervision.
In all NVQ Courses, some modules are assessed within the on-the-job training Period. The usual OJT period stems from 3 months to 6 months depending on the course and level.