Instructor Diploma Program - Application for Equivalency FMS-4100

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					                      Instructor Diploma Program – Application for Equivalency




Institution Operating Name                                                      Institution Number


Section 20(1)(c)(iii) states, in parts:

        “At least one person at the institution, preferably the senior educational
        administrator, shall have completed an instructor diploma program or its
        equivalent.”



Name of Person Applying for Equivalency              Position Title


Email Address                                        Telephone Number


Name of Credential                                   Name of Issuing Institution

Please complete each section below by indicating the name and code for the course that you
believe is equivalent to the Provincial Instructor Diploma course and listing the course’s stated
learning outcomes.

Please provide a copy of your resume, a copy of the course outlines from the Issuing Institution for
the courses you have completed and a copy of the transcript issued to you showing courses
completed.

  PROVINCIAL INSTRUCTOR DIPLOMA
                PROGRAM
PIDP 3100 – Foundations of Adult
Education
 Describe the benefits of positive learning
   environments
 Apply various philosophies, theories,
   principles and practices of adult teaching
   and learning.
 Apply research from cognitive sciences
   to help adults learn
 Search, find and critique adult education
   resources
 Develop lesson, workshop and
   presentation plans
 Align curriculum, instruction, and
   evaluation when developing lesson or
   workshop plans
 Use professional and respectful
   communication skills

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  Discern necessary instructional roles
   related to classroom and workplace
   learning
 Use reflective practice skills
PIDP 3210 – Curriculum Development
 Discern and articulate the needs(s)
   driving the development or revision of a
   course workshop or learning event
 Select, use and justify appropriate
   strategies and methodologies for
   developing a course
 Develop or modify a course or workshop
 Determine, select and use adult learning
   activities and experiences
 Develop course curriculum documents
 Align curriculum, instruction and
   evaluation
 Analyze curriculum design processes
   and outcomes
 Use professional and respectful
   communication skills
PIDP 3220 – Delivery of Instruction
 Write and state appropriate
   lesson/workshop objectives or outcomes
 Prepare and deliver clear, positive and
   interactive lessons or workshops
 Use a variety of instructional techniques
   and educational media to enhance
   learning
 Use simple methods to assess learning
   during a lesson or workshop
 Give and receive appropriate feedback
 Use professional and respectful
   communication skills
 Analyze lesson design and delivery
   process
PIDP 3230 – Evaluation of Learning            `
 Develop and analyze evaluation
   strategies and techniques
 Align evaluation strategies with learning
   out comes/objectives and instructional
   activities
 Create assessment instruments
 Develop marking and grading schemes
 Use informal assessment strategies and
   techniques
 Discuss the ethical implications in the
   evaluation of learning
PIDP 3240 – Media Enhanced Learning
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  Adhere to creative common guidelines
   and copyright laws when selecting and
   creating material
 Determine the impact of current trends
   and issues on the teaching and learning
   environment
 Apply conceptual frameworks (theories,
   principles, perspectives) to the selection
   of media/technology tools
 Select, justify and use appropriate
   instructional media to enable learning
 Select, justify and use appropriate
   instructional technology to enable
   learning
 Select, justify and use appropriate tools
   to create and develop instructional media
 Use respectful and professional
   communication skills
PIDP 3250 – Instructional Strategies
 Analyze a variety of strategies and
   techniques that support learning
 Enable adult learning by applying
   motivational models and approaches
 Apply techniques to help adults learn
   how to learn
 Use strategies to help adults learn to
   think critically , creatively and
   metacognitively
 Use professional and respectful
   communication skills
 Apply classroom management skills
PIDP 3260 – Professional Practice
 Self-assess professional competencies,
   based on trends in one’s field of practice
   and in adult education.
 Create and develop strategies,
   techniques and instruments to get
   feedback on instructional effectiveness
   at the workshop or the course level
 Maintain a career management strategy
   that includes a professional growth plan
 Develop appropriate resolutions to
   classroom and workplace ethical
   dilemmas
 Contribute to a course or program
   evaluation project
 Conduct oneself in a professional
   manner in the classroom and in the
   workplace.
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PIDP 3270 – Capstone Project
 Design, deliver and evaluate learning
   and teaching on a continuum of
   instructional approaches
 Create positive and engaging
   environments that promote respect for
   the diversity of the learners
 Use instructional strategies and
   educational technologies appropriately to
   support and enhance teaching and
   learning
 Communicate effectively and work
   collaboratively in the workplace and in
   the community
 Act in an ethical and professional
   manner when working in an adult setting
 Develop professionally in response to
   trends and issues in one’s field of
   practice and in adult learning
 Become a reflective practitioner




Signature of Applicant                                   Date Signed




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                               APPLICATION CHECKLIST

     Completed Application Form

     Copy of Credential(s)

     Copy of Transcript(s) for completed courses

     Course Outlines for each course completed showing course objectives. These
     outlines must be from the institution where the courses were completed.

     Current Resume of applicant.

     Translations of all documents into English.                  Not applicable

                                 PCTIA OFFICE USE ONLY

                        Item                                     Date and Initial

       Application is complete                                             /

       Resume attached                                                     /

       Course outlines attached                                            /

       Credential and Transcript attached                                  /

Regulatory and Compliance Officer Recommendation:



Assistant Registrar Recommendation:



Application Approved                                   Yes           No


Registrar Signature                                          Date Signed

       Equivalency Granted letter sent                                     /
OR
       Equivalency Denied letter sent                                      /


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