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Level 3 award in education and training

An introductory qualification for those wanting to take on an assessor, trainer or teacher role

Who the course is for
This course is particularly suited to candidates who have at least a Level 3 qualification in the subject they want to teach to learners aged 16 and over. The qualification is not approved for anyone under 19 years old. To be accepted on the course you should have a minimum Level 2 English qualification, (i.e. O Level pass, GCSE A-C grade or Adult Literacy Level 2) and/or pass the initial assessment at this level, in week one of the programme.

This course is subsidised for tutors delivering training in Hertfordshire for organisations that provide adult social care. Once eligibility for the funding is confirmed, applicants will be required to complete an enrolment form for the college. All confirmed applicants will need to attend and pass an initial assessment session on Tuesday 21 September 2021, in order to continue to fully enrol on the course.

Health & safety notice
Oaklands College will be delivering this course “in person”, following latest government guidance on Health and Safety in the light of Covid-19.
Course dates: Tuesdays 21/09/2021 - 07/12/2021 (11 weeks, including initial assessment session)
Start Time: 9.30
End Time: 13.30
Venue: St Albans Campus, Hatfield Road, St Albans, AL4 0JA

For all course dates and other practical information, please download this document:Level 3 Award Sept 21 Course Information

Course content
The Level 3 Award gives an insight into the roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training, how to plan and deliver inclusive teaching/training sessions and how to assess and give constructive and developmental feedback. Please note that in order to be successful on this course, learners will need to spend around three hours a week outside class time studying to complete their course work.

Learning outcomes
The Level 3 Award in Education and Training (6502) has been designed as the appropriate introductory qualification for those seeking a ‘stepping stone’ to qualifications that entitle them to teach in either an assessor, trainer or teacher role in the Lifelong Learning Sector in England.

Cost:
This course is subsidised for tutors delivering training in Hertfordshire for organisations that provide adult social care. However, there is a contribution fee for all participants of £90 for paid staff and £45 for volunteers. Your place on the course will not be secured until this payment has been made directly to HCF Training & Development.

How to Book:
Please send your completed and signed application form to Ana at hcftraining@hertscf.org.uk
Level 3 award in education and training application form 2020-21

Booking Contact
If you are unsure about your eligibility, or for any other enquiries, please contact hcftraining@hertscf.org.uk

Places will be confirmed to eligible applicants on a 'first come, first served' basis, on receipt of a fully completed application form and payment.

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