The City and Guilds 7407 course is a part time course for people studying for a formal qualification to allow them to teach in colleges of Adult and Further Education.
There is a great deal of study required for the City and Guilds 7407 course so be careful to manage your time with regard to reading. I found the Geoff Petty's 'Teaching Today' most useful.
The City and Guilds 7407 course requires 8 assignments to be delivered over a period of 6-9 months. For those people returning to study in later life, there's a possibility that you may have forgotten the art of academic writing.
The documents below are the assignments that I delivered when I completed my City & Guilds 7407 course at Bromley Adult Education College in June 2005.
My only disappointment with the City and Guilds 7407 was that it did not give any instruction in how to get your message across to your students. Delivery skills can make or break any session and that's why I became a member of a speakers club. The Association of Speakers Clubs has a network of clubs up and down the country. Click on the picture above to go directly to the ASC web site for information about clubs in your area.
Feel free to use the assignments below to help you with your studies, but please avoid copying large sections from the assignments.
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