Lesson Preparation Materials:
After learning that you are scheduled to instruct, you can find the information on how to teach your lesson by looking at two documents, the Qualification & Standard Plan (QSP), and the Instructional Guide (IG). You can access the QSP and IG for all phases on this page on the Nelson website (I would recommend bookmarking it).
Once you open these large documents, you can locate the exact pages you need by looking at the Table of Contents, or using Ctrl+F ("find on page") to search the document for the EO number for your lesson (in this case, EO M307.03). If you are having trouble with this, check out more detailed instructions for navigating these documents right here.
You will also want to find and fill out the blank Lesson Plan Template (which can also be found under Lesson Planning Resources). Making a lesson plan is an important part of making the lesson your own, and suiting it to your personal teaching style as well as the training environment. You can type in it, or print it off and fill it out with pen – it is meant to be the thing you look at to keep yourself on-track during the class, so fill it in however works for you. If you need the template to be longer, you can just print extra copies of page 2 for all of your teaching points/activities.
Many other useful tools for putting your lesson together can be found in the Lesson Planning Resources page on the website, including some pre-made powerpoints in the CCO Extranet Database.
How to use these materials: