International Diploma in Teacher Training

Dynamix Business School has partnered City & Guilds to introduce an "International Diploma in Teacher Training" to help teachers to develop skills that will enhance their teaching, making them more resourceful and versatile.

This comprehensive course offered by City & Guilds, which is one of the world's leading vocational training bodies, will enable teachers of your school and institutions to offer the much needed teaching skills and knowledge which is a new mind-set in teaching.

This qualification provides essential knowledge, practical training and assessing skills for those who are teaching, training and assessing. It will be useful for those who want to progress in the teaching profession and gain more recognition through this qualification. The course also targets senior teachers, primary teachers and those who want to make teaching their career.

The objectives of the course is to prepare participants to design, deliver and assess training by examining the roles, attributes, and responsibilities of the teachers, the learning styles of students, and the adult learning processes.

Participants will be able to understand the new mind-set in teaching and understand the professional teaching skills needed to manage a modern classroom. The course will provide opportunities for the participants to integrate and demonstrate their knowledge with effective verbal and non-verbal communication skills and creative training techniques.

Dynamix Business School (DBS), which provides the training for this course, was launched recently and has rapidly established itself as a renowned institution for high quality training solutions. DBS works in partnership with world-class bodies such as Institute of Leadership Management (UK), FranklinCovey, Door Training International, Results Coaching Systems and Situational Leadership and its aim is to become the most sought after training provider in Sri Lanka.

Contents of the course include identifying the needs of learners; Planning and preparing learning lessons; Delivering a planned teaching session; Completing assignments and providing feedback on performance; Evaluating of sessions and learning programmes; Adult Learning Theory, Group teaching dynamics and teaching techniques.

A positive and dynamic learning environment will be created for the participants, facilitated by the trainer. Practical sessions will further stimulate the participants to enhance their skills and techniques.

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