This combined training package includes:
- PTLLS by distance learning
- One-day micro-teach workshop at our NW training centre (or we will come to you, min. of 4 learners required)
- Assessor training, one-day workshop.
- Assessment observations
- Full support throughout the learning process
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Welcome to Maxam Training.
Our team is made up of skilled and innovative teachers and assessors with many years experience in developing trainers in the Further Education (FE) and Skills Sector of education as well as other areas of work-based learning.
Why not join us at our luxurious North West training venue within the Wrightington Country Club on the Lancashire, Manchester border where we will provide you with a comfortable learning environment as well as free use of extensive health club and leisure facilities.
Alternatively, why not allow us to come to you and deliver our products using your own training facilities?
With our PTLLS courses starting from just £225, CTLLS courses from just £785, DTLLS courses from £1700 (£995 for the ‘top-up from CTLLS) and Assessor (TAQA) Courses from just £250, we believe we are market leaders in terms of quality training and value for money.
Phone: 01772 492197
Mobile phone: 07531 768000
Follow us on Twitter: @Maxamtraining
MaxamMoodle© is incorporating all our programmes onto this state of the art, web-based VLE e-learning platform.
Watch this space for further details.
All these courses involve some e-learning opportunity using our new MaxamMoodle web-based VLE platform, as well as a one-day workshop held at our own training facility (www.wrightingtonhotel.co.uk). Alternatively, why not let us come to you and deliver using your own training facilities. Most of the course also involve some assessment practice observations.
Why not become an Assessor? Registration to Certification can be achieved in as little as three months!
I was really interested in this article by Geoff Petty in the most recent addition of InTuition, IfL‘s journal for teachers in the FE and Skills Sector.
‘Differentiation’ as a concept is so important but often so difficult to achieve in any meaningful way. Geoff’s article not only provides an interesting practical solution, but also signposts the possible pitfalls of using differentiating strategies.
Maxam Training is excited to announce that all our courses, whether face to face or distance learning, will now utilise our e-portfolio system to easily record and store your evidence for all programme assessment criteria. Yet another reason to choose our North West, Lancashire and Manchester based PTLLS, CTLLS and DTLLS courses no matter where you are in the UK.
Back in Yorkshire for another series of PTLLS micro-teach observations. I can’t help but be impressed with the quality of these mini-training sessions, how do you all managed to compress an effective introduction, some learner engagement methodology and finish off with an assessment of learning…most impressive.
Well done everyone, a very enjoyable day.
Well done to all the new trainee teachers from the Yorkshire PTLLS course, I haven’t laughed so much in ages!
Here are a few of the kind evaluation comments-
‘The enthusiasm and committment of the trainer was beyond fault’
‘An excellent week’
‘A well structured and informative course, thank you’
‘Excellent course, well prepared and structured’
‘Very good course, very intensive, very enjoyable’
Just finished delivering the first part of a PTLLS programme to a small group of experienced trainers. The group was even smaller than expected due to some last minute cancellations through sporting injuries. The knock on effect was that we had to postpone the micro-teaching sessions until the missing learners were able to catch up. The sessions were still fruitful and enjoyable and highlighted how flexible you need to be as a teacher. Also, your teaching methodology for small groups will inevitably be different to that of a larger cohort, but don’t think that means your session will take less time. I found that we were discussing relevant issues just as much as I would expect with a larger group, maybe even more!
Looking forward to our next Lancashire and Manchester PTLLS courses.