Course Content:

The course is made up of three core units.

  • Unit A looks at the role and responsibilities of a trainer/teacher and investigates the skills required to create an effective learning environment.
  • Unit B is largely practical and each learner is required to plan, deliver and evaluate their own 20-minute micro-teach on a subject of their choice. It focuses on the importance of an inclusive learning environment, meeting individual learning needs.
  • Unit C investigates the different types of assessment within teaching and how assessment is a pivotal element of successful teaching.

The assessment will consist of a workbook, 1,000-word assignment and a short micro-teaching session

Pre-course work
There is no formal pre-course work but an assumption that students have at least functional skills in English, Maths and IT to level 2.

Other courses helpful for preparation:
Competence with PowerPoint would be helpful so you may find it useful to complete the iLearn course.

Other courses helpful for development:
Award in Education and Training at Level 4
This is externally available at the moment and may be internally available in the near future.

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Who Should Apply?

Anyone who is responsible for teaching or training adults
This course is specific to the education systems in England, Northern Ireland and Wales – other applications would be welcomed and the course should still prove to be useful

Venue & Dates

William Booth College

Part 1: 11-14 May 2021
Part 2: 9-10 June 2021

Please note you will need to attend both parts to obtain the Award

Learning Outcomes:

The Level 3 Award in Education and Training is designed to give people the knowledge and confidence to teach in the post-16 education sector. This qualification provides:

  • Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training.
  • Understanding and using inclusive teaching and learning approaches in education and training.
  • Understanding assessment in education and training.

The qualification is accredited by the Open College Network (London).


Paul Hilditch
Kevin Elliott

Learning Hours:

48 hours

Places Available:

Cohort 17:11

Cohort 19:12