NZ Cert Adult and Tertiary Teaching Level 4

These are the workshops you need for Level 4 NZCATT

Successful completion of modules 1 to 3 and the accompanying assignments results in award of the New Zealand Certificate in Adult and Tertiary Teaching level 4.

Module 1 - Planning and preparing for training and education
This covers Unit Standards: 7093: Design learning sessions for adults L4, (10 credits), and 29690: Describe principles and theories of adult learning L4, (6 credits).  Total:16 credits, (2 days face to face – cost $675 + gst or Early Bird $625 + gst).

The workshop will enable you to:
* Describe principles and theories of adult learning
* Design and plan well structured training sessions
* Write SMART learning outcomes
* Plan delivery and assessment processes of learning sessions
* Identify barriers to learning and strategies to combat them
* Develop ways to successfully train people from other cultures 


Module 2 - Deliver and facilitate training and education  
This covers Unit Standards: 29692: Deliver learning sessions for adults, 29693: Review, evaluate and identify areas of improvement for own adult education teaching practice, (2 days face to face – cost $675 + gst or Early Bird $625 + gst).

The workshop will enable you to:
* Cater for different learning styles
* Deliver training sessions that fully involve trainees
* Use a range of delivery methods
* Prepare and use a variety of learning aids
* Review and evaluate the effectiveness of learning sessions
* Identify areas of improvement for own adult education teaching practice


Module 3 - Assess performance and review teaching and learning 
This covers Unit Standards: 4098: Use standards to assess candidate performance, 11281: Prepare candidates for assessment against standards, 18203: Verify evidence for assessment, (2 days face to face – cost $675 + gst or Early Bird $625 + gst).

The workshop will enable you to:
* Standards based assessment principles
* Assessing knowledge and practical skills
* Planning assessment and preparing candidates
* Gathering and verifying assessment evidence
* Making assessment decisions
* Giving feedback to candidates and recording assessment data