Teach2030 Facilitator Training Course
Discover the roles and responsibilities of a Teach2030 facilitator with this free online facilitator training course.
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The Commonwealth Education Trust has created the teacher professional development programme Teach2030. Our high quality materials enable facilitators to reflect on classroom practice, show them how to continue to develop their skills and improve learning outcomes for all their pupils.
The course begins by helping you explore the structure of a Teach2030 course. You'll learn how to determine the key responsibilities that are required for the Teach2030 facilitator role. The course also shows you the planning needed to support the head teacher with their initial training course and timetabling CPD. You'll also learn the most effective way(s) to communicate with and provide ongoing support to head teacher and Teach2030 Coach.
This course is for all Teach2030 facilitators to ensure you are ready for the implementation of the Teach2030 into your school. So start this course today and it will help you fully understand how the Teach2030 model and programme works, and the important role you play in its success.Start Course Now
Teach2030 Facilitator Training Course
Course Introduction and Objectives
To identify the benefits of working with a learning partner
To explore structure of Teach2030 courses
To determine the key responsibilities that are required for the Teach2030 facilitator role
To plan how to support the head teacher with their initial training module and timetabling CPD
To identify and implement the most effective way(s) to communicate with and provide ongoing support to the head teacher
To design process of regular feedback on progress and data to Teach2030 project manager
Reviewing Questions from Start of Course
Having completed this course you will be able to:
- Explore the structure of a Teach2030 course
- Identify the benefits of working with a learning partner
- Determine the key responsibilities that are required for the Teach2030 facilitator role
- Plan how to support the head teacher with their initial training course and timetabling CPD
- Identify and implement the most effective way(s) to communicate with and provide ongoing support to head teacher and Teach2030 coach
- Design the process of regular feedback
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