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Resources link to DTLLS

Resources linked to criteria for the Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (DTLLS), including Unit 1 Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS)


Latest version of this document (PDF Document) (last updated 22 Dec 08)  

The document originated from the East Midlands CETT.  It links resources from the QIA Excellence Gateway website to the criteria for the mandatory units of the DTLLS qualification (Diploma of Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector).
In order to help you access the materials easily, we have listed the units below which are covered by this document.  When you click on one of these links it will take you to the unit criteria.  Click on this link to get the breakdown and resource links under ‘ resources’.  Feedback on these resources, from our Community of Practitioners, will be put under the links below this entitled ‘ feedback received from practitioners’.
We would like your comments on how useful you find these resources in your teaching and we would also welcome any other resources which you’ve found helpful.   We have developed a feedback form to enable us to put your ideas on the website quickly and easily and the document will be updated regularly.  The date of the latest update is shown above so you can see immediately if you’ve seen the latest version.
Your feedback will be sourced and acknowledged.  We appreciate that teacher educators teach in different ways and we hope that we can reflect this on the website by inserting feedback against either whole units or criteria.
We hope that you will take advantage of this document and share your experiences with other teacher educators within the West Midlands.


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Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS)

Planning and enabling learning

Enabling learning and assessment

Theories and principles for planning and enabling learning

Continuing personal and professional development (CPPD)

Curriculum development for inclusive practice

Wider professional practice