Award in Education and Training Level 3 (Formerly PTLLS)
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If you are new to the lifelong learning sector and do not have any prior teaching experience or qualifications, this Award in Education and Training Level 3 - formerly known as PTLLS - course will take your career forward. The course covers roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning, understanding and using inclusive learning and teaching approaches to plan and deliver inclusive teaching sessions and the principles of assessment in the sector. It will also provide training in how to give constructive feedback to students. This course is offered at both our London centres - in Tottenham and Enfield. Please see below for starting dates. The Level 3 Award in Education and Training (formerly PTLLS) qualification is an initial teacher training course, so you are not expected to have prior teaching experience. You are required to have evidence of Level 3 vocational skills for the area in which you will train/teach if you are to progress into teaching in the further education and skills sector. You should also have good written and spoken English and be IT literate (Level 2). For candidates wishing to progress to teach vocational subjects, you will also need to have at least 3 years’ industry experience. A wide range of teaching methods are used to meet your learning requirements, including lectures, group activities, workshops, tutorials and sessions in assignment writing. The qualification will be assessed by a combination of assignments and observation of teaching or training. The teaching will be a simulation of teaching (micro-teaching) to your peers on the course. Progress routes include the Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training (CET) , the Level 3 Award in Assessment and Quality Assurance and Level 5 Cambridge CELTA ( Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults)Application closed