Overview

The Level 3 or 4 Award in Education and Training is made for the people who want to teach in the lifelong learning sector and also for the people who are working in the learning sector and at the same time don’t have the relevant qualifications.

The Level 3 Award in Education and Training gives an introduction to the programme for new teachers and confer a threshold licence to teach.

It should be noted that threshold licence to teach allows learners to commence their professional development within the teaching profession

This is actually the mandatory unit for the qualification. Also the students need to show up the achievement of all learning outcomes in assessments as well as in the micro-teach session(s). The qualification made is graded pass or refer. This is the qualification which is termed as free standing qualification and can also be as a part of the wider training program .

The total hours of this course is 30

 

Outcome of the course

  • The candidate can understand his role along with the, responsibilities and boundaries of role in relation to teaching.
  • Candidate can know the teaching and learning approaches in the specialist area.
  • Candidate will be able to show the planning skills.
  • The candidate can understand the methods to deliver inclusive sessions which motivate learners.
  • The candidate can understand the use of different assessment methods and the need for record keeping.

First assessment

Candidates after the course has to submit a written assessment that meets the following assessment criteria:

  • To show the actual or perceived role, responsibilities and boundaries are as a teacher in terms of the teaching cycle.
  • To show the legislative requirements and codes of practice that directly impact on your teaching.
  • To show the legislative requirements and codes of practice that directly impact on your learning environment.

Second Assessment

The students have to deliver a written assessment that meets the following assessment criteria:

 

  • Telling about the methods in which you establish basic rules with your learners.
  • Tell about the way the basic methods underpin appropriate behaviour and respect for others.
  • Telling about the understanding of types of resources that you have available to meet the potential needs of your learners.
  • To tell about the different organisations that can be used as a referral point to meet the potential needs of the learners.

Third Assessment

The students have to deliver a written assessment that meets the following assessment criteria:

  • The way the student can promote, establish and maintain equality, diversity and inclusion within the classroom environment.
  • Demonstrating the ways the functional skills or elements of functional skills within your delivered sessions.

Fourth Assessment

The students have to deliver a written assessment that meets the following assessment criteria:

  • The candidate has to present the three main types of assessments used and have to show the ways to conduct, or could conduct, an initial assessment of learners.
  • The ways to utilise assessment methods.
  • Demonstrate the importance as well as the requirement of keeping records, including those relating to assessment.

 

 

Fifth Assessment

The students have to make, deliver and participate in micro-teaching. The important requirements of this assessment are:

  • To show the Scheme of Work for a minimum of four sessions.
  • To show the Session Plan for your 30 minute micro-teach session.
  • To make use of range of teaching and learning approaches which sprightly motivate the learners effectively and also at the same time engage them
  • To show up the effective communication with learners.
  • Look into the micro-teach session which is delivered by a member of your cohort and provide positive feedback.

Sixth Assessment

The students have to deliver a written assessment that meets the following assessment criteria:

  • To make understand the selection of teaching and learning approaches.
  • To describe your choice and at the same time has to review the resources for your delivered session.
  • To explain the constructive feedback.
  • Make understand of the way you use the feedback received to improve your teaching in the future.