Intellectual outputs

Once a module is completed the resources developed are made freely available so that the modules can be replicated on a wider scale and will be available through eight intellectual output documents. There are two intellectual outputs per module – a trainer’s handbook and an accompanying participant handbook. The handbooks link to specific resources (PowerPoint presentations, videos, reading lists and tasks) that are hosted on an online learning platform called PropaGate Learning.

 

Interpretation

Trainer's handbook - Download

This handbook provides guidance and resources to support you to deliver the LearnToEngage unit on Interpretation. The handbook provides timetables for module delivery, guidance on assessment and assessment criteria, lesson plans for on-site delivery as well as tips about recruitment, being a good tutor and supporting reflective practice in your participants. To complement this document there is an online module hosted by Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh on their Virtual Learning Environment, PropaGate Learning. Through this, you and your participants can access all the online resources that have been developed for the Interpretation module.

Participant handbook - Download

 This handbook provides guidance and resources to support you in developing and delivering best practice in Interpretation on your site. The handbook provides timetables for the training offered, guidance on how your training will be assessed and the criteria used, as well as an explanation of the training programme and how to access and use the resources provided. This manual compliments the online materials hosted by Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh on their Virtual Learning Environment, PropaGate Learning that you will be using.

Working with diverse audiences

Trainer's handbook - Download

This handbook provides guidance and resources to support you to deliver the LearnToEngage unit on Working with Diverse Audiences. The handbook provides timetables for module delivery, guidance on assessment and assessment criteria, lesson plans for on-site delivery as well as tips about recruitment, being a good tutor and supporting reflective practice in your participants. To complement this document there is an online module hosted by Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh on their Virtual Learning Environment, PropaGate Learning. Through this, you and your participants can access all the online resources that have been developed for this module.

Participant handbook - Download

This handbook provides guidance and resources to support you in developing and delivering best practice for working with diverse audiences on your site. The handbook provides timetables for the training offered, guidance on how your training will be assessed and the criteria used, as well as an explanation of the training programme and how to access and use the resources provided. This manual compliments the online materials hosted by Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh on their Virtual Learning Environment, PropaGate Learning which you will be using.