(PTLLS) Level 3 (4 Day Crash Course) Level 3 Award in Education and Training (AET)
- Time: 10:00
- Learning style: Classroom
- Duration: 4 Days
- Venue: London
- Ofqual Registered: Yes
- Awarding Body: Training Qualifications UK
- Payments: Non-Applicable
There are no formal entry requirements but students must be at least 19 years old.
Unit 1: Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training UAN number: H/505/0053
You will need to complete a written assignment reflecting your knowledge around legal responsibilities, equality and diversity, individual needs of learners, maintaining a safe and supportive learning environment and your role as a teacher and your superiors.
Unit 2: Understanding and using inclusive teaching and learning approaches in education and training UAN number:D/505/0052
You will need to complete a written assignment reflecting your knowledge and understanding of inclusive teaching and learning, understanding strengths and limitations of your own role, how to motivate learners, ground rules and teaching and learning resources.
Unit 5 - Understanding assessment in education and training R/505/0050
You will need to complete a written assignment reflecting your knowledge around the purpose of assessment, different assessment types, how to conduct assessments, understanding the involvement of learners in assessment, reasons for constructive feedback and effective recording keeping of assessments.
On the first three days, you will receive training, supervision and guidance and be taught about various aspects such as legal responsibilities, how to motivate learners, ground rules, equality and diversity, individual needs of learners, maintaining a safe and supportive learning environment and roles as a teacher. You will demonstrate your understanding of the units through written assignments, reflecting your knowledge of what you’ve learnt.
You will also need to perform a micro-teach on the last day (the following Monday). You will have ample time to prepare for the presentation on your days off - and then you will essentially be acting as a trainer. It should be a presentation (using PowerPoint, for example) about a topic relevant to your current industry area (you should have a relevant qualification for the topic you’re teaching). This teaching session will be approximately 30 minutes long.
Become a qualified assessor as well as a trainer
This qualification can help you to progress your career as a qualified trainer. You may also become a qualified assessor when you pair this course with the TAQA Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement.
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