''As adult learners, we often like to understand exactly what we are letting ourselves in for and there is no better way of doing this by trying a taster course''.
The aim of the course is to build confidence, skills and knowledge of teaching and learning methods and approaches. This course is designed for participants who are interested in becoming adult educators, as well as those who are active in their community and want to explore tutor/training further.
The taster AET allows you to complete one of the units from the courses and is aimed at people who are looking to change career, or anyone training adults, community youth staff, new trainers, hairdressers etc.
Participants will be able to:
- Identify the role, responsibilities and boundaries of a tutor/trainer within an adult education context
- describe own role, responsibilities and boundaries of role in relation to teaching
- justify appropriate teaching and learning approaches in a specialist area
- demonstrate session planning skills
- explain how to deliver inclusive sessions which motivate learners
- explain the use of different assessment methods and the need for record keeping
- explore the idea of being a potential teacher/ tutor
If you want to start your career in teaching or training, then why not try the taster for a trial period, and then if you think you will benefit from getting into teaching or training others then you have an opportunity to complete the additional unit (which includes a microteach delivery) then you can progress onto the fully accredited AET (QCF) course for an additional small fee.
This taster is only for a limited time only, book now for only £99.
The unit you will cover is;
Unit 1: Understanding role, responsibilities and relationships in education and training.
(Full cost of completing all 3 Units £300)
Why not change or start a new career, gain employment, enhance your CPD, or increase your credits for Further or Higher Education.
The series of units will give you the option to gain vocational qualifications by completing your course via e-learning, and the use of a variety online resources and tools to make you a better teacher or trainer. You will be able to deliver blended or face to face delivery, the choice will be yours. There will be tutors and former learners to help you make your course topic decisions, as well as sharing their own expertise and experiences of delivering and completing the units.
Level 3 Award in Education & Training I Level 4 Certificate in Education & Training I Level 5 Diploma in Education & Training
- Pre-Course Information
- Course Specification
- Guidance for achieving the unit
- Teaching roles & Responsibilities
- Handouts - Example of Teaching Roles & Responsibilities
- Assignment 1: 1. Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training
- Checklist for Teaching, Learning & Assessment
- Self Assessment Grid
- Next Steps
- Unit Course Evaluation
Roles and Responsibilities of a Teacher in Education and Training
Describe own role, responsibilities and boundaries of role in relation to teaching.
Understanding and using inclusive teaching and learning approaches in education and training.
Explain how to deliver inclusive sessions which motivate learners
Understanding assessment in education and training
Explain the use of different assessment methods and the need for record keeping
Hi, I’m Helen I will be your Assessor on your teaching course.
Helen is an award-winning business woman, author and Career Expert who has a BA (Honours) degree in Business Studies, a Further Education Teachers Certificate, and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA).
A qualified and successful Facilitator, Consultant, and Trainer with over 15 years experience, the successful Award Winning ‘Career Development Programme’ that she designed has been accredited by EDEXCEL and NCFE offering an international certified qualification.