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Shipley College Part-time Prospectus 2016-17

We are a small, friendly college with great facilities, clubs and activities based in the heart of Saltaire. We have a range of courses to help you fulfil your personal goals or develop skills to help enhance your job prospects for the future.

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Shipley College | 01274 327327 | enrolments@shipley.ac.uk | www.shipley.ac.uk UNDERSTANDING THE INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE OF ASSESSMENT PROCESSES AND PRACTICE LEVEL 4 AWARD No fee reduction available Do you already have your Assessors Qualification? Do you now want to support Assessors in their roles or would you like to learn how to internally quality assure Assessors? If so, the Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) qualifications are the courses for you. You start with this knowledge unit where you will complete assignments, gaining an understanding of internal quality assurance without any requirement to practice as IQAs. All assignments must be word processed. Once this is completed, you can progress onto the Leading the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice Level 4 Certificate. This course is also suitable for managers who wish to gain a better understanding of the quality assurance of assessment practice. You may also undertake the Award in Education and Training (AET). Admission is by a short, informal discussion - please phone 01274 327327 to register your interest. Please note, you will attend College on alternate weeks (term time only). Level Code Start Date End Date Start Time End Time Day Fees Duration Venue Level 4 F/5541/SEP 15 Sep 16 15 Dec 16 6pm 9pm Thursday £375 7 Weeks Shipley College Level 4 F/5541/FEB 09 Feb 17 8 Jun 17 6pm 9pm Thursday £375 7 Weeks Shipley College INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE OF ASSESSMENT PROCESSES AND PRACTICE LEVEL 4 AWARD No fee reduction available Have you completed the Understanding the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice Level 4 Award? If so, this is the next step for you. This qualification is for those who internally quality assure assessors of assessment, but who do not manage the centre, or other internal quality assessors. To enrol on this course you must have access to two assessors who you are supporting and they must each have a minimum of two candidates who are studying for a qualification in your chosen vocational area. You will build a portfolio for this unit, which will include direct observations and have one-to-one support – a maximum of 5 one hour sessions, these will take place in college on alternate Thursdays as agreed with your tutor. Once you have completed the Award, you could progress onto the Leading the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practice Level 4 Certificate or you may wish to undertake the Award in Education and Training (AET). Admission is by a short, informal discussion - please phone 01274 327327 to register your interest. Level Code Start Date End Date Start Time End Time Day Fees Duration Venue Level 4 F/5542/ROR Various Various Various Various Thursday £475 20 Weeks Shipley College LEADING THE INTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE OF ASSESSMENT PROCESSES AND PRACTICE LEVEL 4 CERTIFICATE No fee reduction available Have you achieved your IQA qualification? This is the qualification for you if you are looking to take the next step as a Lead Internal Quality Assurer. You cover topics including wider quality assurance responsibilities and managing others, developing policies or managing External Quality Assurance (EQA) visits. To enrol on this course you must have access to two quality assurers whom you can manage and support as they each quality assure the assessments of two assessors. You will build a portfolio for this unit, which will include direct observations and have one-to-one support – a maximum of 5 one hour sessions, these will take place in college on alternate Thursdays as agreed with your tutor. Once you have completed the Certificate, you may wish to undertake the Award in Education and Training (AET). Admission is by a short, informal discussion - please phone 01274 327327 to register your interest. Level Code Start Date End Date Start Time End Time Day Fees Duration Venue Level 4 F/5540/ROR Various Various Various Various Thursday £475 20 Weeks Shipley College AWARD IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING LEVEL 3 No fee reduction available If you want to take the first steps into teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector, then this is the course for you. You will be introduced to the foundations of teaching, learning and assessment covering areas such as teaching roles and responsibilities, planning for learning and assessment. This is a Level 3 course so all students will be expected to have a good standard of written and verbal English: prior to enrolling you will undertake an assessment to confirm this. You will also be expected to have a good level of maths and ICT. This course is an ideal stepping stone if you would like to progress on to a full teaching qualification. Ideally, you will have a relevant vocational and/or academic qualification of at least the level above that of the learners you wish to teach and a minimum Level 3 qualification in your specialist area. Admission is by a short, informal discussion - please phone 01274 327327 to register your interest. Level Code Start Date End Date Start Time End Time Day Fees Duration Venue Level 3 F/5234/NOV 08 Nov 16 14 Feb 17 6pm 9pm Tuesday £320 13 Weeks Shipley College Level 3 F/5234/MAR 14 Mar 17 27 Jun 17 6pm 9pm Tuesday £320 13 Weeks Shipley College 48

CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION (CERT.ED.) IN-SERVICE LIFELONG LEARNING No fee reduction available, but you may apply for a loan This course leads to a professional qualification if you are already teaching in Further Education Colleges, Adult Education, Higher Education or a wide range of other training and educational settings outside the schools sector. Please note that the course does not confer Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) for those working or intending to work in schools, although currently it is possible for people with QTLS to obtain work as a qualified teacher in schools. You should normally be in paid employment, as a teacher or trainer, for a minimum of 100 hours (at least 50 hours in any one year) at a recognised training or educational establishment. Voluntary teaching/training may be acceptable in some circumstances. You should also have HNC, CGLI Advanced, the NVQ Level 3/4, or professional qualifications and significant work experience in the area you teach (where appropriate to the subject field). If you hold a basic teaching qualification (such as DTLLS Part One) or have substantial knowledge and experience of teaching you may be able to make a claim for accreditation of prior learning. Nationally, current trainees include people with a broad range of expertise gained in many sectors and all subject areas. You are required to identify a work-based mentor who can support you in your subject specialism. Attendance is on 12 Saturdays throughout the year (2016 - Sep 17th & 24th, Oct 15th, Nov 12th, Dec 10th, 2017 - Jan 7th, Feb 4th, Mar 11th, Apr 1st & 29th, May 6th & 20th) with a visit one evening in September to the library at The University of Huddersfield. Admission is through attendance at a 2 hour workshop, held on various dates throughout the year and a one-to-one interview with a member of the team. If you are interested in learning more about the Cert. Ed, please call 01274 327327 to book on to a free information evening. Alternatively, email enrolments@shipley.ac.uk Level Code Start Date End Date Start Time End Time Day Fees Duration Venue Other H/5000/SEP 17 Sep 16 20 May 18 9am 4:30pm Saturday £7500 2 Years Shipley College PROFESSIONAL GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION (PGCE) IN-SERVICE LIFELONG LEARNING No fee reduction available, but you may apply for a loan This course leads to a professional qualification if you are already teaching in Further Education Colleges, Adult Education, Higher Education or a wide range of other training and educational settings outside the schools sector. Please note that the course does not confer Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) for those working or intending to work in schools, although currently it is possible for people with QTLS to obtain work as a qualified teacher in schools. You should normally be in paid employment, as a teacher or trainer, for a minimum of 100 hours (at least 50 hours in any one year) at a recognised training or educational establishment. Voluntary teaching/training may be acceptable in some circumstances. You will also need to have a UK degree or equivalent. Nationally, current trainees include people with a broad range of expertise gained in many sectors and all subject areas. You are required to identify a work-based mentor who can support you in your subject specialism. Attendance is on 12 Saturdays throughout the year (2016 - Sep 17th & 24th, Oct 15th, Nov 12th, Dec 10th, 2017 - Jan 7th, Feb 4th, Mar 11th, April 1st & 29th, May 6th & 20th) with a visit one evening in September to the library at The University of Huddersfield. Admission is through attendance at a 2 hour workshop, held on various dates throughout the year and a one-to-one interview with a member of the team. If you are interested in learning more about the PGCE, please call 01274 327327 to book on to a free information evening. Alternatively, email enrolments@shipley.ac.uk Level Code Start Date End Date Start Time End Time Day Fees Duration Venue Other H/5001/SEP 17 Sep 16 20 May 18 9am 4:30pm Saturday £7500 2 Years Shipley College Shipley College | 01274 327327 | enrolments@shipley.ac.uk | www.shipley.ac.uk 49