The TEA Trainee Teacher or Trainer
Looking for an easy way to set the ground rules and
begin training adults in a subject you love?
Educating Adults – The Foundation Skills
Your fast-track route to teaching or training adults for the very first time. Get all the resources, support and practical tools you need to get your classes off to a brilliant start.
Teaching anyone for the very first time can be a daunting process. Where do you start, what do you do first, and how do you go from being passionate about a subject to successfully passing on your love and skills to another adult.
If you’ve considered getting into teaching or training for a while but have yet to get started, wouldn’t it be helpful to know precisely how to go about doing all this, from structuring your lessons to creating course content – the lot?
Allowing you to focus on running your teaching or training business or building up your skills in complete confidence that you have everything under your belt to successfully and confidently teach your new students everything you know.
Introducing: the TEA Trainee Success Path
The TEA Trainee Success Path gives you the tools, practical guidance and support to turn your hobby or passion into your own thriving training course or business.
Whether you’re an entrepreneur looking to teach your clients on anything from marketing to finance, right through to workers in the charitable sector passing on your skills to help adults get into the workplace – the TEA Trainee Success Path is the clear, focused, fast-track route to begin teaching for the first time.
The TEA Trainee Teacher or Trainer Success Path is split over five levels and covers the following subject areas:
Getting to Know Your Students
What can your students do? What do they want to do? What do you want your students to be able to do by the end of the session?
Writing Your First Lesson Plan
Starting to put your ideas down on paper, so you know exactly what you and your
students are going to be doing during the session.
Getting Your Message Across
How can you teach in a way that your students will love, will learn and will keep them coming back for more?
Checking for Learning
How can you be sure that your students have learnt what you have taught them, are engaged with you and are progressing?
What do we do if there is a power failure, or you forget something? No problem because we have a ‘Plan B’!