QNUK Level 3 Award in Education and Training Course
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The QNUK Level 3 Award in Education and Training (RQF) provides an introduction to teaching. It develops skills, knowledge and understanding of how to prepare, plan, deliver and evaluate teaching and learning sessions. It can be delivered in a range of teaching and learning contexts. Whilst the qualification may be taken by someone not currently in a teaching role there is a minimum requirement to deliver a microteaching session. The qualification can meet the needs of trainee teachers such as:
- those not currently teaching or training – achievement of the qualification only requires microteaching (unless units from the Learning and Development suite of qualifications are selected);
- those currently teaching and training (including those who have just begun teaching and training) –
although the qualification only requires microteaching (unless units from the Learning and
Development suite of qualifications are selected), opportunities may be made available to observe and
provide feedback on a trainee teacher’s practice;
- those currently working as assessors who wish to achieve a qualification that provides an introduction
Units from the Learning and Development suite of qualifications may be achieved within this qualification.
These units require practice to be assessed.
Who is the Course For?
Individuals looking to enter the professional Training Industry
Individuals already working in a training capacity looking to upskill or gain an accredited qualification
- Teaching role and responsibilities in education and training
- Ways to maintain a safe and supportive learning environment
- The relationships between teachers and other professionals in education and training
- Inclusive teaching and learning approaches in education and training
- Ways to create an inclusive teaching and learning environment
- Planning inclusive teaching and learning
- Delivering inclusive teaching and learning
- Evaluating the delivery of inclusive teaching and learning
- Types and methods of assessment used in education and training
- How to involve learners and others in the assessment process
- The role and use of constructive feedback in the assessment process
- Requirements for keeping records of assessment in education and training
- This qualification is available to those over 19 years.
- Candidates should hold at least level 2 numeracy and literacy or equivalent and be computer literate.
The QNUK Level 3 Award in Education and Training requires the following time:
Guided Learning Hours: 48
Total Qualification Time: 120
Good Skills Training normally deliver the course via blended learning. The course will be run through six 2-hour, online sessions using Microsoft Teams, directed homework and coursework and one full face-to-face day (usually at our training centre in Hadleigh, Suffolk), 09:00 – 17:00.
We can also deliver the course as a full face-to-face course over 4-days, 09:00 -17:00.
This is an intensive course, which should be considered when booking onto the course. There is pre-course reading and preparation work required, along with homework set each evening. There will also be coursework to complete with deadlines agreed by the learners and tutor on the course.
Face-to-face or Blended, Remote Learning
Maximum Learners Per Tutor
Candidates are required to complete a portfolio of evidence, including completion of written assignments, lesson plans, self-evaluations, peer evaluations and delivery of an assessed micro teach session.
This a lifetime qualification, although professional trainers are expected to undertake regular CPD.