Level 3 Award in Education and Training in Bristol
AET (Previously PTLLS)
The Award in Education and Training Fast Track 4 Day course is available to organisations and individuals.
The NOCN Level 3 Award in Education and Training (AET) teaching qualification as well as being of interest to those teaching, training and tutoring on learning and development courses are also suitable for team leaders, supervisors and managers who wish to facilitate their staff team's learning and development.
The AET course covers the key essentials of teaching and organisational skills based on a participatory approach that involves team members in their own learning. It also includes the skills and techniques linked to learning in groups and teams, as well as up to date assessment procedures. This Level Three qualification will complement other team skills such as coaching, facilitation and leadership.
This qualification will cover responsibilities, teaching role, learning styles and planning lessons. To successfully complete this qualification you will need to achieve a minimum of 12 credits. The Level 3 Award in Education and Training is made up of 3 units:
- Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training (3 credits)
- Facilitate learning and development in groups (6 credits)
- Understanding assessment in education and training (3 credits)
At the end of the qualification, you will be required to be observed in your workplace delivering a training session. On completion of the course, you will be awarded the Level 3 Award in Education and Training accredited by the NOCN.
Please contact Ternaya on 01454 868570 if you have any questions about this qualification.
Next course date to be announced in 2020.
Derek Close is a qualified teacher and youth and community worker. He is a skilled and experienced facilitator, consultant, coach and trainer. For over 30 years he has successfully run his own learning and development business with a focus on building individual and organisational capacity based on effective interpersonal communication and relationships. He respects and works with people’s experience, strengths and skills, using a range of group and learning processes. He regularly contributes to nationally accredited courses, open course and in-house programmes of learning.
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