E T Level 4 CERT PORTFOLIO Anon

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EDEXCEL EDUCATION & TRAINING CERTIFICATE PORTFOLIO

COURSE DATES: 2014/2015
APPROVED CENTRE:
COURSE VENUE: VARIOUS
COURSE TUTOR:
CANDIDATE NAME:
ENROLMENT No:

Unit 1: Understanding Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Education and Training

Unit reference number:H/505/0053

Unit 2: Planning to Meet the Needs of Learners in Education and Training

Unit reference number:A/505/1189

Unit 3: Delivering Education and Training

Unit reference number:M/505/1022

Unit 4: Assessing Learners in Education and Training

Unit reference number:F/505/1025

Unit 5: Using Resources for Education and Training

Unit reference number:L/505/1027

Unit 27: Teaching in a Specialist Area

Unit reference number:J/505/1096

Unit 1: Understanding Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Education and Training

Unit reference number:H/505/0053

RPL

Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector

Evidence Page

PTLLS certificate……………………………………………………….1, 2 Level 2 Literacy………………………………………………………….. 3 Level 2 Numeracy………………………………………………………..4

Unit 3: Delivering Education and Training

DECLARATION.
I CONFIRM THAT THE EVIDENCE IN THIS PORTFOLIO IS AUTHENTIC AND A TRUE REPRESENTATION OF MY OWN WORK.

Signature of candidate__________________________ Date________

Signature of Course tutor________________________ Date________

Internal Verifier (if sampled)_____________________ Date________

Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training

By

Unit 1: Understanding Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Education and Training

Unit 2: Planning to Meet the Needs of Learners in Education and Training

1.2 Use methods of initial and diagnostic assessment to negotiate and agree individual learning goals with learners.

1.3 Record learners’ individual learning goals.

Initial Assessment

It is very important to carry out an Initial assessment prior to the candidate’s enrolment with an approved centre, to allow the candidate to ensure they are suitable to progress with their chosen qualification. The candidate could be asked to complete a self-assessment to check they are already familiar with the tasks that need to be covered. If they are not, it will highlight any areas that need further training or experience. This may lead to advice being offered to the candidate to improve certain skills before progressing with the course. It may be that the candidate can still be supported and skills can be improved throughout the course. As well as being useful in checking a candidate’s existing skills, an initial assessment might be used to check a candidate’s preferred learning style so that the appropriate teaching methods can be used throughout their course.

In my own area of vocational teaching practice, I provide candidates with an initial assessment to establish suitability and entry level onto a functional skills course. This assessment covers some key areas of Numeracy & Literacy and easily identifies candidates’ basic knowledge of both subjects. As these assessments cover both levels 1 & 2, they also clearly identify the level that is most suited to the candidate’s existing ability.

Diagnostic Assessment

Diagnostic assessment takes place following initial assessment and is more specific in order to gain a better understanding of the candidate’s needs. Every candidate is going to have different learning needs and this type of assessment will allow learning goals to be set. Without use of a diagnostic assessment it could...

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