This module seeks to enable experienced trainers to develop and extend their skills. The principal subject areas covered in this module are:
This module is suitable for those who have undertaken initial trainer or teacher training and have at least two years of experience delivering training within a policing context.
To enable learners to develop their skills in relation to facilitation of learning sessions, especially in relation to challenging situations.
This module will enable learners to:
In addition to having already undertaken trainer/teacher training and being suitably experienced, another pre-requisite of attendance on all PTRLDP modules is that the learner has a sound understanding of the issues of equality, diversity and human rights within a police training context. We emphasise the importance of this as a foundation for the whole PTRLDP programme. An introduction to the necessary learning is covered by the NCALT Introduction to Diversity e-learning package, which can be completed or reviewed, as appropriate.
2 days in total.
This module is primarily classroom-based, with individual and group exercises. Some sessions will be trainer-lead, but a key aspect of this module is the opportunity for students to plan and deliver learning sessions (within limited time frames) and to receive feedback on these deliveries from the trainer(s) and peers.
There is no formal assessment of students through the module. Assessment of competence at evaluating learning should take place in the workplace after the module and such assessment should be conducted by work-based assessors.
This module will be run centrally by the College of Policing subject to demand. Please note however, that the College of Policing is also committed to facilitating local delivery of PTRLDP modules and encouraging regional training partnerships.
For any further information please contact Programme Management:Email: BusinessSupportAdmin@college.pnn.police.uk Tel: 01423 876741