-The pedagogical theory and how to apply this theory to practice.
support contextualized opportunities to develop English and Maths.
principles of designing, planning, and organising curriculum.
creating and adapting inclusive learning resources.
inclusive teaching, learning and assessment strategies.
-Strategies to engage
and challenge all learners
-How to implement ongoing initial and diagnostic
assessment to inform planning and progression
-Techniques to involve learners
in taking ownership of their own progress
- Principles and practices of
assessment and feedback
-How to promote and foster a safe and supportive
-Barriers to learning, and ways to overcome them and
adapt teaching, learning and assessment
-The range of support available for
learners related to health, wellbeing, and safeguarding
-Sources of current
information, advice, and guidance to support progression opportunities for
-The requirements and implications of organisational policies and
procedures, such as internal and external regulatory bodies and
-Techniques to develop collaborative
-Communication techniques and how to adapt these for different
audiences, including leading difficult conversations
-Coaching and mentoring
principles and techniques
-Strategies for quality improvement
- Ways to
access personal and professional development, and to maintain sector and/or
subject specific currency
-Advances in digital, online, and emerging
technologies and their application in the teaching environment and principles of
digital and online safety
Apprentices without level 2 English and maths will need to achieve this level
prior to taking the End-Point Assessment.