This area aims to provide you with information and links to resources that may be of use to you as a Teacher Trainer. We welcome your suggestions; do email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with additions for this list or to notify us about broken links.
The East Midlands Centre for Excellence in Teacher Training (EMCETT) has
developed a blended-learning delivery model for all three Specialist SfL
This model, approved by OCR, is freely available for adoption and
adaptation by any provider (or consortium of providers) with adequate
staffing to deliver it. The document given here LLLP Partly Integrated Model describes the
developmental process that is currently under way to create these new
Any organisation wanting to deliver one or more of these programmes
should contact Ian Grayling at EMCETT on email@example.com
Resources for the SfL Specialist
Matrices providing extensive live hyperlinks mapped to the assessment
criteria for the SfL L5 Additional Diplomas, can be opened below. They were
developed by experts to support the EMCETT blended-learning delivery model
for these awards. They could also be used by any provider who wishes to
source new, nationally benchmarked and endorsed teaching and learning
resources to enhance their existing provision.
SfL L5 Additional Diplomas – blended learning modules:
Follow the link below to the EMCETT website, for the files of the 'near
final' drafts of the blended-learning modules for the SfL L5 Additional
Other EMCETT blended-learning ITE programmes
available for partners or other stakeholders to deliver and approved by OCR,
- L3 Numeracy Bridging (to support L5 Diploma eligibility)
Follow the links below to the EMCETT website, to find out more.
The legacy of resources developed under the Skills for Life Quality Initiative are available on the SfLQI website and are freely downloadable. You can also view a list of resources in word format, here Resources available from SfLQI in word format.
The list of materials helps users to see at a glance the range and scope of training courses and materials that have been developed throughout the lifetime of the initiative. Both individuals and providers can easily see what might be useful courses in terms of next steps of CPD.
The Skills for Life Quality Initiative was funded by the Quality Improvement Agency (QIA) and it drew to a close at the end of August 2006. The materials were developed as part of the LSC Skills for Life Quality Initiative between 2003 and 2005 and the Learning for Living DfES pathfinder 2006.
Please note that the eastmidlandscpd website is not responsible for the content of the sites listed here and their listing is not intended to be an endorsement.