Who’s it for?
This five day qualification (formerly known as PTTLS) is intended for those entering teaching or training roles, those already in service who need the minimum threshold status as a teacher or trainer within a further education college, adult and community learning centre, or work-based learning or training provider organisation, those wishing to register to deliver Highfield vocationally-related qualifications in the publicly-funded sector.
What’s it about?
The Level 3 Award in EAT (Education and Training) covers: • your role, responsibilities and boundaries • your role in relation to teaching • appropriate teaching and learning approaches within a specialist area • session planning skills • how to deliver inclusive sessions that motivate learners • the use of different assessment methods • the need for accurate record keeping and procedures that can be adopted
How is it assessed?
You must submit three assignments, one of which involves delivering a micro-teach session and observing four others.
What will I get out of it?
The aim of the Level 3 Award in EAT (Education and Training) is to introduce you to the knowledge and skills required to develop and deliver programmes, provide learning support and take responsibility in managing the learning process in post-16 education.
How much does it cost?
Open courses cost £600
We can also hold courses at your premises which if you have 5 or more people to train (and a suitable room) could save you money.