Accredited by the Open College Network (OCN)
The aim of the training is to provide an overview of the education system and how supplementary schools contribute to child development.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
• Understand how to support children’s welfare needs.;
• How to plan an effective lesson and use resources to enhance learning;
• Understand the different ways in which we learn and strategies to support learners;
• Understand the roles and responsibilities of teachers within a safe learning environment
The work will be assessed through discussion consisting of both individual and group exercises, preparing and delivering a 15-minute micro-teach (subject of your choice) and producing a reflective diary.
Course Cost: £75 per person
This course can provide 9 credits towards Level 3 Certificate in Teaching in the Supplementary Education Sector and is OCN accredited and consists of 45-49 hours of taught classes, 9 hours of practice and up to 30 hours of self-study.
This training is delivered by two facilitators, Farooq Mulla, an Imam and a qualified Quality Framework Assessor for supplementary schools. He has served as the secretary for Mosque and Community Affairs within the community and is a member of the steering committee for Mosques and Imam National Advisory Board (MINAB).
Sarvat Ujra Mulla has an MA in Islamic Studies and a PG Cert in Islamic Education. She is a Muslim supplementary school teacher for 10 years. She is qualified to teach the Effective Teaching Skills course and works for the National Resource Centre for Supplementary Education (NRCSE) in collaboration with Darul Arqam Education and Training Centre and so far trained more than 250 teachers.