This program is designed for those individuals who plan, administer, and deliver training and education to adults in the workplace, in non profit organizations, in college settings, and in educational institutions. It is of interest to those considering new career possibilities in positions involving the training, education, and professional development of adults. The curriculum is practical and theoretical so that the student is exposed to different learning contexts and methodologies, and the practicalities involved with program assessment, planning, development, delivery and evaluation.
This workshop covers key points to being able to manage a YL class effectively, covering areas such as setting routines, classroom language and giving instructions. Once the teachers have the classroom management fundamentals it then allows the teacher the freedom to do much more in the classroom. Engaging Teenagers.
Keep in mind, this is not a seminar about how to achieve accreditation, but how to prepare instructors to meet a quality standard in instructional facilitation. See our Facebook Page or twitter for photos and observations from past participants. IACET is taking many of the most critical concepts provided in a university level instructor education program and condensing the most important things into two days for adult learners.
You are passionate about helping people learn, whether it's in a classroom, a workplace or online. You know how satisfying it is when students grasp a new concept, idea or skill. You also know that the most successful instructors and facilitators are the ones who make a commitment to lifelong learning, as both an educator and a student. If you want to improve your knowledge and skills in effective program development, online curriculum development, online course development, facilitation or instructional design, then our courses and programs in Training and Adult Education are here to help.
We have scheduled a series of workshops to run throughout the year. These workshops are stand-alone bite-sized sessions during which a range of topics that are relevant for teaching in the Pre-school, Early Years, Primary, Secondary, Junior College and Adult Education segments would be covered. Themes range from language-focused workshops such as Fun with Pronunciation to 21st century themes such as Critical Literacy, Visual Literacy and Inquiry-based Learning.
LINCS offers courses in nine topic areas. Home Courses. Earn a downloadable certificate of completion for each course you complete.
At am. Not for a pressing personal priority, but because your company HR has sent you on a compulsory training course in a hotel downtown. And the traffic in that direction is crazy!
Decolonizing Education Dr. Kathleen Kesson Interactive workshop and game — for people. Epistemological and educational dimensions of colonization have outlasted these important political processes, however, and colonization persists in global practices of resource extraction, economic imperialism, and imposed models of development and austerity. Present day forms of colonialism are perpetrated through curriculum, instructional methods, and organizational and pedagogical power structures.
Adult Education is an immense field that can be divided into dozens of sub-fields. As a registered career college in Ontario, this Certificate is a Post-Secondary academic credential. The Certificate in Adult Education program is comprised of four compulsory full credits 40 hours each and two elective half credits 20 hours each for total of 5 credits hours online learning in total.
The Certificate in Adult Education CAE program is designed to develop skills for teaching adults in an applied or technical-vocational college setting. Both skill sets enhance the effectiveness of college and adult educators as well as adult technical-vocational education. Upon successful completion of all CAE course work and a practicum hours of experience teaching in adult programs and the presentation of a professional portfolio two parchments are awarded: 1 Certificate in Adult Education from Red River College, and 2 Certificate of acknowledgement from the Minister of Advanced Education and Literacy.