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Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (DTLLS) courses
Our DTLLS course includes: 12 themed training days, guided self study, teaching observations and support with assignments. We have a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to support collaborative and individual learning, and to facilitate the sharing of experience and expertise amongst peers.
Jade Solutions (UK) Ltd, trading as Joan Patterson Associates, has been working with City & Guilds teacher training qualifications for the last 11 years. DTLLS is the City and Guilds 6305 Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector along with PTLLS 6302 – Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector and CTLLS 6304 – Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector. In 2011-12 over 230 PTLLS, CTLLS and DTLLS students undertook our qualifications with a 96% completion rate*.
*3% withdrew from the course for personal reasons and 1% did not complete for other reasons.
The Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector is the highest qualification in the new suite of Initial Teacher Training (ITT) courses which also includes the PTLLS and CTLLS. Please note changes to the PTLLS (1st Sept 2013) and C/DTLLS (1st January 2014) – for more information please go to our new website http://jadesolutionsukltd.com/ where we have explained everything!
The DET / DTLLS tutor training course and qualification leads to Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills status (QTLS), Licensed Practitioner Status and allows for Professional Formation.
Jade Solutions (UK) Ltd has experience of training tutors who work in a wide range of sectors including colleges, community education, work based learning, police, armed forces, and a cross section of business training and consultancy and www.jadesolutionsukltd.com is the dedicated home for ptlls.co.uk, ctlls.co.uk and dtlls.co.uk
Courses start in October and February/March each year.