COMPETENCY BASED QUESTIONS
Presented By Annette Holtom
What are they? Why are they used at interviews? How to answer them
ANNETTE HOLTOM/PTLLS 2013
UNDERSTANDING COMPETENCY QUESTIONS
What are they?
• Behavioural Questions – designed to test a specific skill/s
up! In my course this was bundled with T3 on equality and diversity because they are very related and both quite short. Check out the full list of Ptlls assignments if you need a different one.
Level 3 – Identify the key aspects of current legislative requirements and codes of practice relevant to your...
HABC LEVEL 3 PTLLS Assessment 4
28 December 2011
HABC LEVEL 3 PTLLS Assessment 4 Townsend 1
Explain the three main types of assessments used and fully explain how you conduct, or could conduct, an initial assessment of learners.
The three main types...
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
Job Search Task
Scan the internet, local and national papers/internal mailings etc. to consider teaching jobs in your relevant subject area.
Level 3 or Level 4
There is no specific word count for any of the assignment questions. However,
it is expected that a learner should write at least 3 to 4 paragraphs for each
of the assignment questions. A paragraph would normally consist of...
person may not teach in further education unless they hold a Preparation to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector qualification often referred to as PTLLS or, may work in a teaching role for one year without the qualification or equivalent providing the teacher is receiving ‘professional support’ by a...
teaching will follow a cycle and the teacher makes use of this to ensure achievement”. Wilson, L. (2009) p15, Practical Teaching, A guide to PTLLS & DTLLS, 1st Edition, Andover, Delmar Cengage Learning.)
This assignment seeks to explore how teachers structure work as professionals. ...
Marshall, B. 2006. Preparing to teach in the Life Learning Sector. London. Edexcel.
Wilson, W. 2008. Practical Teaching: Guide PTLLS and CTLLS. London.
assessment to support learning and encourage learners to progress according to potential.
Glossary of terms
PTLLS Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
AVA Assessing Vocational Achievement
ICT Information, Communication, Technology
This is a post for people at the beginning of their Ptlls journey – next week will be a long article for people who have finished and are looking at where to go next. So, on to my little guide if you are getting started with your Ptlls course. There are all the Ptlls essays with...
found within my level 1 group. Worksheets within my area are a very versatile way of collecting information from the student, they can contain short answer questions, multiple choice questions etc. Worksheets are extremely valid because they are usually created by the awarding body of that qualification...
PTLLS Unit 1 Theory (Level 4)
Task 3. Discuss issues of equality and diversity and ways to promote inclusion, equality and diversity with your current/future learners. Review other points of referral available to meet the potential needs of your learners.
‘Diversity is defined by ‘otherness’ or...
aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relating to my own role and responsibilities as a teacher
After I achieve the PTLLS qualification, I am planning to work in a role as teacher of Level 2 Literacy at a college in Hampshire. There is a range of legislation linking to...
motivate clients to excel in their training field. We are skilled in delivering a number of courses, including Specific Learning Difficulties Awareness, PTLLS, CTLLS, Essential Skills support and delivery qualifications (9300 and 8375) and TAQA levels 3 and 4. We are also able to deliver training and courses...
Initial Teaching Qualification August 2007-Version 3
Wilson, L.(2008) ‘Practical Teaching A guide to PTLLS & CTLLS,’ Cengage Learning EMEA, London.Wilson, L.(2008) ‘Practical Teaching A guide to PTLLS & CTLLS,’ Cengage Learning EMEA, London.
TRAINING CYCLE/ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Describe what your roles and responsibilities are at each stage of the training cycle and explain what your boundaries are as a teacher
The training cycle consists of four stages
1. Training need
Exeter: Learning Matters Ltd
City and Guilds of London Institute 2008 A_ guide to referencing_ http://www.smartscreen.co.uk/uploaded_files/QTLLS/PTLLS/7303_ptlls_guide_to_referencing.pdf Date accessed 29/09/2009
Jan Marino 2005 Quality in Education http://www4.asq.org/blogs/edu/2005/11/studentcreated_ground_rules...
PTLLS - City and Guilds - 6302
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
‘RESOURCE PACK B’
Assignment construction kit
This belongs to:
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or other learners. Teachers have a responsibility to ensure that they have sufficient current knowledge or skill to deliver the course content and answer any learner questions.
Teachers have a responsibility to ensure all necessary records and paperwork is up to date and filed securely. We set two exams...
what didn’t work so well? Did the teacher/trainer fulfil their Roles and Responsibilities taking into consideration what you have now covered in your PTLLS course to date?
(Criteria that needs to be covered:-
Unit 1 Roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning |
If you are reading this book we expect that you are preparing to teach in the lifelong
learning sector and may well be interested in gaining the PTLLS Award.
So what does this lifelong learning sector look like? It is a sector that covers all
publicly funded post-16 education outside universities;...
assessment and Interview records
Learning and Diagnostic tests
Action plans and session plans
Learning support plans and progression plans
(Passing your PTLLS Assessments by Ann Gravels)
The reason why these records are a benefit to a teacher/tutor is these records or plans can be used to show the progress...
they can get the accreditation they are studying for in my case the learners are studying for the ‘Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) Award.
“Ecclestone (1996) points out that assessment requires two things: evidence and standards or scales.” (Gray et al. 2005 p50)
Equality Strategy – Building a Fairer Britain
LSIS (2011) New Equality Act 2010 Learning and Skills Improvement Service
Gravells A (2012) Passing PTLLS Assessments (2nd Edn) London Learning Matters
Gravells A (2012) Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector London Learning
( PTLLS )(6302)
REFLECTING LEARNING JOURNAL UNIT 001
The purpose of this essay is to reflect upon an aspect on my role and responsabilities as a teacher in lifelong learning ,responsability for maintaining a safe and supportive learning environment (PTLLS 6302/L&D Academy /Barchester/page...
Welcome to the PTLLS course. This online course is designed to fit in with your needs. You can work through the course in any order and submit your course work at anytime so long as your lesson plan and assignment questions are assessed four days prior to your micro teach. This will...
from the day's lesson? What did they fail to understand or what did they have further questions about? Classroom Research, in contrast, attempts to answer questions having to do with understandings--the 'why' and 'how' questions. Why did students respond as they did? Why did they confuse two concepts...
| |Form 2 Assessment front sheet and feedback record PTLLS Level 3 / 4 57 | |
| |Form 3 Scheme of work 59 ...
(Unit M/503/1232: LO1 – 1.3 & 1.4)
a) Roles: _____
b) Responsibilities: _____
c) Identifying and meeting learners’ needs: _____
Answers: As an account lecturer perspective.
(A). Roles and responsibilities: An effective teacher understands that teaching involves wearing multiple hats...
|Class |PTLLS Level 3 |Week |3 |Length |5 weeks |
|Class Profile |Adult learners Level 3 ...