Award in Education and Training - Level 3 (Starting January 2024)
The Level 3 Award in Education and Training is a knowledge based introduction to teaching and/or training which has no teaching/training practice requirement. Therefore, it may be undertaken by candidates who are not in a teaching role.
This course is delivered part-time over 12 weeks. Classes are 3 hours and run on a Monday evening.
After The Course
Following this course, candidates often progress their Initial Teacher Training journey by moving on to either the Level 4 Certificate or the Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training.
You would be welcome to discuss your options with your tutor. If you are unsure of your options, you might like to discuss your journey with our dedicated careers advisors.
What Will I Learn
The qualification covers the knowledge and skills required by teachers/trainers in the further education and training skills sector including:
- The roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training
- Inclusive teaching and learning approaches
- Facilitating learning and development for individuals and groups
- Understanding principles and practices of Assessment
English And Maths
Teaching Learning and Assessment
The cost for this course is £605. A course text book is recommended for purchase at induction or available as an ebook via the Learning Resource Centre.
Additional costs may be covered by our financial assistance bursary which you can apply for once you have had your place confirmed and at that point, you will be provided with the bursary application form.
How Will I Be Assessed
There are no formal entry requirements, however candidates should have an interest in developing their knowledge of education. Ideally, candidates should have a qualification in the subject they would like to teach. Experience of teaching or training is not required.
Please note that if you are intending to pursue a career in the education sector, the acquisition of Level 2 maths and English is essential. However, Level 2 English and maths qualifications are preferred but not compulsory for this qualification.