OTL Essentials Course
Why Consider this Course?
If you have several new observers, or are looking to update and refresh your observation team, this course will do the job – see the course endorsements. The cost is £295 per person – minimum of 8 people or £2,100 for groups of less than 8, plus agreed expenses. The course can be delivered as a traditional face to face training event. It can also be delivered as a series of 2 hour Virtual Classroom (Webinar ) sessions. The course can be tailored to your organisation’s specific needs. Please talk to us about what those needs are. Course Details below.
Aim of the Course
This intensive course is designed to help people with a teaching / training background to develop the skills and knowledge required to do effective observations.Course Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of the course participants should be able to:
- Describe and explain the essential concepts that underpin effective observation practice.
- Prepare well for an observation.
- Gather relevant evidence.
- Accurately record an observation.
- Produce accurate and fair observation judgements.
- Grade sessions accurately.
- Manage post observation discussions effectively.
- Produce post observation action plans.
- Identify the characteristics of a well written observation report.Virtual Classroom Option
The course can be delivered via 9 two hour sessions. Participants must have access to a good internet connections and a headset with a microphone.
Contact Sean for further information click here or call 01924 276862
Testimonials – ProVQ Managers May 2017
“The content of the course has been excellent and has for reaching benefits across the organisation. I have a good understanding of how the Q.A process needs to be put together in order to be supportive and constructive process.”
“Great content delivered in a simple to understand way.”
“The course was very good and well broken down into manageable topics.”
“This course has made a big difference to my understanding of the entire process.”
“The course was very detailed and covered all areas of observation.”