Award in Education & Training

Aned
In Rochester
  • Aned

£380
VAT exempt

That’s great news to hear that I have passed, very happy to hear, thank you Chris. I enjoyed learning this course, you have a great teaching approach, and you’re very good at what you do and would recommend you to others.

Matt
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Important information

Typology Vocational qualification Level 3
Start Rochester
Class hours 24 hours of class
Duration 5 Days
Start 13/09/2017
other dates
  • Vocational qualification Level 3
  • Rochester
  • 24 hours of class
  • Duration:
    5 Days
  • Start:
    13/09/2017
    other dates
Description

Is teaching your passion? Don’t you share the happiness from your students when they learn and develop new skills? AnEd will help you achieve your dream by encouraging your students to dream even bigger!

The course content covers many aspects from the teaching field:
• resources, techniques and material of use for a teacher
• how to structure and plan a class
• how to adapt yourself and the whole class to the various objectives and needs
• how to self evaluate your work

Ask for information through Emagister: or call to the telephone number in this website. We will be pleased to give you more information on this course.

Important information Venues

Where and when

Starts Location Timetable
13 December 2017
Rochester
Northbank House, Sir Thomas Longley Road, ME2 4DU, Kent, England
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13th, 14th, 15th, 18th and 19th
13 September 2017
Rochester
Northbank House, Sir Thomas Longley Road, ME2 4DU, Kent, England
See map
13th, 14th, 15th, 18th, and 19th
On request
Rochester
Northbank House, Sir Thomas Longley Road, ME2 4DU, Kent, England
See map
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Starts 13 December 2017
Location
Rochester
Northbank House, Sir Thomas Longley Road, ME2 4DU, Kent, England
See map
Timetable 13th, 14th, 15th, 18th and 19th
Starts 13 September 2017
Location
Rochester
Northbank House, Sir Thomas Longley Road, ME2 4DU, Kent, England
See map
Timetable 13th, 14th, 15th, 18th, and 19th
Starts On request
Location
Rochester
Northbank House, Sir Thomas Longley Road, ME2 4DU, Kent, England
See map
Timetable -

Frequent Asked Questions

· What are the objectives of this course?

To achieve a credible, accredited and recognised qualification to validate your teaching/training expertise. For; credibility, marketing, contracts, running your own accredited centre to offer accredited qualifications, self-confidence and even more effective learning opportunities for your learners. The Level 3 Award in Education and Training is an introduction to teaching that will give an insight into the roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training, how to plan and deliver inclusive teaching sessions and how to assess and give constructive feedback.

· Who is it intended for?

These qualifications can help you to progress in teaching/training and support roles roles in a wide range of organisations in the lifelong learning sector. These include: Public sector organisations Private sector organisations Further Education, Adult and Community Education.

· Requirements

This is a professional teaching qualification and the course requires your active participation and the completion of three coursework assignments. Assignments comprise theory and practical work. Assessment includes delivery of a 20 to 25 minute teaching session to the rest of the group. You will need to be able to express yourself effectively both orally and in writing. You will need a qualification or experience in the subject area you intend to teach.

· Qualification

Level 3 Award in Education & Training accredited by ‘AIM Awards’ http://www.aimawards.org.uk/advanced-qualification-search/ofqual/teaching-and-lecturing/education-and-training-level-3-qcf/aim-awards-level-3-award-in-education-and-training-qcf/

· What marks this course apart?

Passionately committed to the benefits of empowering people to learn intrinsically, making learning; relevant, interesting, engaging and challenging through learner led ‘problem-solving’ strategies, in pairs and teams. I.e. andragogy.

· What happens after requesting information?

Further detailed information will be sent by email which includes sample learning materials.

Opinions

K
Keith
06/01/2017
What I would highlight Thank you for all of your patience with me and your comments of support during the completion with each assessment -appreciated beyond words. Thanks again Chris. Regards.

What could be improved Nothing

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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Matt
16/12/2016
What I would highlight That’s great news to hear that I have passed, very happy to hear, thank you Chris. I enjoyed learning this course, you have a great teaching approach, and you’re very good at what you do and would recommend you to others.

What could be improved Everything was okay

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
S
Steve
12/12/2016
What I would highlight Thank you Chris. It's been hard work and I'd like to thank you for your help over the last few months, I didn't believe I would succeed in this course especially after the first day of meeting you and seeing what was involved. But with a little believe in myself and a lot of hard work I am now confident that I can succeed in anything I put my mind to with just a little believe in myself.

What could be improved .

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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B. M.
02/03/2015
What I would highlight This is the first time that we have hired the AnEd training centre services, but it will not be the last one. The quality of their training, administration staff, tutor... is amazingly highly. They met our expectations and all of our delegates are satisfied and pleased to have attended this course.

What could be improved I cannot help but recommend this course as I did not find any negative points. I am sure that if they had any problems or there was something not suitable for us, they would have changed it or rearranged it.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

What you'll learn on the course

Communication Skills
Teaching Assistant
Teaching Adults
Teacher Education
Special Needs Teaching
Guidance and Counselling
Education Studies
Curriculum Studies
Adult Education
Presentation Skills
Confidence Training
Gain Confidence
Social Skills
Delegating Skills

Teachers and trainers (1)

Christopher Peter
Christopher Peter
National Training Director

• A member of the Society for Education and Training www.set.et-foundation.co.uk • Aa member of the BILD – British Institute of Learning & Development. www.thebild.org • Training Consultant for a variety of organisations; • Staff Development and Quality Assurance Manager for a College of Further Education and Lecturer since 1987. Subjects including; Teacher training on City and Guilds 7303, 7302, 7307, 7306, 7407 Certificate in Education and (University) Advanced Certificate in Education (all levels). Teaching practice observations.

Course programme

Course review:

We are an experienced and approved examination centre accredited to run the following teacher training courses: Award, Certificate and Diploma. We offer home study (distance learning) and regular TAUGHT courses in Rochester (Kent) as well running courses on your own premises on dates to suit you, all over the UK.

Our home study/distance learning programme is tailored to suit your needs. Different programmes for candidates new to teaching or for those who are experienced educators already.

Why complete the teacher training qualification?

1) To demonstrate that you (or your staff) can teach effectively to recognised standards;

2) To achieve/maintain ‘centre approval’, so you can provide accredited qualifications. (Note that some people and organisations benefit from the course without completing the three assignments, as it can provide a 'step change' in practice').

3) To work within the guidelines that inspection bodies (such as external verifiers and moderators from awarding bodies) may be looking to see in an organisation’s educational remit;

4) We will also show delegates the wide ranging and well proven benefits of using ‘andragogic’ (learner centred) teaching methods

5) Internal quality assurance reasons. To assure the quality (and effectiveness) of the organisation’s training function;

6) More effective teachers/trainers may stimulate greater demand for work, increasing the revenue of the teacher/organisation;

7) To explore the underpinning educational theory, to understand WHY current teaching strategies work and also why some teaching strategies may not work;

8) To enable educators to facilitate even more effective learning in their learners in the longer term, which may be important for compliance, risk, legal and safety reasons;

9) To motivate employees and maintain good employees by adding meaningful training and career progression opportunities and CPD (continuing professional development).

Achievements for this centre