Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training

This qualification is based on structures recognised by Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS). It is designed for teachers or trainers in the post-compulsory educational sector or individuals who which to acquire a nationally recognised qualification in teaching and are not yet employed as teachers.

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COURSE DURATION

1 Year (Full-time)

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The qualification is awarded by Pearson Education.

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The final certificate is issued by Pearson Education to successful student.

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£6,165

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COURSE OVERVIEW

The Pearson BTEC Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training  (DET) qualification is based on structures recognised by Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS), a government approved standards body for the education sector. The qualification is designed to meet the requirements for those in the post-compulsory education and training sector.

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Course Aims / Objectives

The qualification aims to allow trainee teachers the flexibility to teach in a wide range of contexts such as: teaching across more than one level; teaching a variety of learners; teaching individuals and groups; experience of non-teaching roles; gaining subject specialist knowledge through workplace mentoring.

The Diploma in Education and Training  (DET) qualification also aims to meet the needs of a wide range of trainee teachers including:

  • Individuals who are not currently teaching and training but can meet the teaching practice requirements of the qualification
  • Individuals who are currently teaching and training or have just begun teaching and training and can meet the teaching practice requirements of the qualification
  • Individuals currently working as assessors who wish to achieve a teaching qualification and can meet the teaching practice requirements of the qualification.

Entry Requirements

Students who wish to undertake the DET programme should have:

  • A degree or a relevant vocational and/or academic qualification.
  • A keen interest in teaching and learning.
  • A current DBS Check/Certificate – should not have a criminal background which might prevent them from working as a teacher with young people or vulnerable adults.
  • A satisfactory level of Literacy and Numeracy.
  • Pass an initial assessment test (Level 2 in literacy and numeracy with in-depth proficiency in writing is required).

English Proficiency

Applicants whose primary qualification was obtained in a non-English speaking country must also achieve an English test such as IELTS 6.0 or other equivalent tests as defined by the regulators

Course Structure

DET is a 120 credit qualification, consisting of four mandatory units (total 75 credits) and optional units totalling 45 credits. Minimum credits to be achieved at Level 5 or above is 61 credits. The learner will need to meet the requirements outlined in the tables below before the Pearson qualification can be awarded, i.e. achieve the appropriate mandatory and optional units, as well as satisfactorily complete teaching practice.

Mandatory Units

Unit Reference No
(URN)
Unit Title
Credit Value
Academic Level
Guided Learning Hours (GLH)
R/505/0923
Developing Teaching,Learning and Assessment in Education and Training (the achievement of Unit 3 is a pre requisite for this unit)
20
5
65
H/505/0912
Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Education and Training
20
4
65
A/505/0818
Theories, Principles and Models in Education and Training
20
5
60
J/505/0837
Wider Professional Practice and Development in Education and Training
15
5
50

Selected Optional Units

Unit Reference No
(URN)
Unit Title
Credit Value
Academic Level
Guided Learning Hours (GLH)
H/505/1090
Developing, Using and Organising Resources in a Specialist Area
15
5
50
Y/503/5789

Equality and Diversity

6
4
25
L/503/5384

Inclusive Practice

15
4
50
D/505/1105

Working with the 14-19 Age Range in Education and Training

9
4
30

If a student is not able to complete the full qualification, their achievements will be recognised through the issue of unit certificates listing the units and credits achieved.

Course Duration

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Diploma: 1 Year Full-time

Mode of Delivery and Assessment

At London School of Management Education, we allocate a minimum of 395 Guided Learning Hours (GLHs) for this programme. Students are however required to follow Pearson prescribed Guided Learning Hours (GLHs) in relation to mandatory and optional units and are expected to undertake self-directed learning including research.
The programme is delivered through a variety of methods which are helpful for learners to link theory and practice. Students are encouraged to become reflective practitioners. They will study various theories and legislation, learn how to plan, deliver, assess and evaluate. Furthermore they will consider teaching and learning for a range of groups and individuals.

The Diploma in education and training course includes face-to-face training days, one to one tutorials, workplace assessment and the completion of all mandatory and optional assignments as well as a teaching practice portfolio. During this programme, there will be opportunities for workshops, discussions, and group work to support what has been studied. All students will be guided at every step towards achieving their goals.

In order to achieve this qualification successfully, students will need to demonstrate a depth of knowledge and understanding of each unit. Each student will be required to conduct his/her own independent research, and show evidence of their reading and research by maintaining an ongoing reflective journal of their practice and development.

Students will be assessed using centre devised Written Assignments, Portfolio Building, Self and Peer Assessments, as well as Presentations including Group Presentations. All assignments are graded as a Pass.

Teaching Practice

Teaching practice is integral to the entire programme and through this, students will demonstrate their own understanding of the principles of teaching and learning. Through the teaching practice, trainee teachers will demonstrate their ability to plan and deliver lessons, and assess their students.

Trainee teachers will have to evidence 100 teaching practice hours. They will be observed for a minimum of eight hours over a minimum of eight occasions where mentors or tutors will provide constructive feedback which will further their development as teachers.

Teaching practice will involve the following:
• A number of teaching practice locations/settings/contexts
• Teaching across more than one level
• Teaching a variety of learners
• Teaching individuals and groups
• Experience of non-teaching roles
• Gaining subject specialist knowledge through workplace mentoring.

Moderation

In order to make the assessment as fair as possible, a system of moderation has been put in place. LSME undertakes stringent assessment activities and internal moderation, whilst Pearson periodically undertakes an external moderation exercise. The final results are then presented to the LSME Board of Examiners for final approval. The final grades are then entered on the Pearson portal for final certification.

Post Qualification

This DET qualification is recognised as equivalent to the Certificate of Education qualification in the Framework for Higher Education Qualifications (FHEQ).

On successful completion of the DET course, students can apply for their Qualified Teacher Learning & Skills (QTLS) status or Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) through the Education and Training Foundation (ETF). Further details are available at https://set.et-foundation.co.uk/professionalism/gaining-qtls and  https://www.gov.uk/qualified-teacher-status-qts.

QTLS status enables candidates to teach in schools as well as further and higher education institutions.

Learners who have achieved the Pearson BTEC Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training as per the Qualification & Credit Framework (QCF) can progress to further studies in education, such as the Pearson Level 7 Diploma in Assessment Management (QCF). Those who are progressing to higher education accredited qualifications at Level 6 or above can have their Level 5 credits recognised in line with the higher educational institution’s arrangements for the recognition of prior learning.

NB: The College reserves the right not to run this programme if less than 15 students are recruited.

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