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Level 3 Award in Education and Training

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Overview

Looking to work in the education and training sector but don’t know how to get there in the best way possible? Look no further! If you’re dedicated to educating, then you’d be just as committed to learning the necessities from our Level 3 Award in Education and Training!

Whether you want to grasp the ropes to teaching or learn the most efficient planning methods, our Level 3 Award in Education and Training has it all. This course requires you to complete 12 credits – 3 credits from the mandatory unit, 6 credits from optional group B, and 3 credits from optional group C to complete the course successfully. The course covers all the necessities of education and training: exploring the responsibilities, roles, relationships, approaches, and principles in education and training. Not only that, but the course will also teach you the skills you need to facilitate teaching and make learning as efficient as it can get.

The course is awarded by an Ofqual-regulated awarding organisation known as OCN London. They aim to provide vast opportunities for people, particularly those that have not benefitted from education before. They also ensure that you are equipped with essential skills needed to start or succeed in a flourishing teaching career.

Enrol now, and become certified at a national level!

Note: You can buy this in-demand course right now, complete your assignment and submit it to us in your convenient time. However, as OCNLR only registers the learners in two sessions in a year, which is January and July, you will be registered with them in any of these two sessions according to your convenience.


Benefits you will gain:

  • Discover a well-defined website for teaching
  • 24/7 teacher assistance
  • Content that will keep you highly engaged
  • Very budget-friendly
  • Earn recognition from the UK’s best awarding bodies
  • Flexible study time

Qualification

Level 3 Award in Education and Training.


Description

To complete the course, a total of 12 credits are required. This consists of 3 credits from the mandatory unit, 6 from the Optional B unit, and 3 from the Optional C unit.

Mandatory unit includes:

  • Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training (3 credits)

Optional group B unit includes:

  • Understanding and using inclusive teaching and learning approaches in education and training (6 credits)
  • Facilitate learning and development for individuals (6 credits)
  • Facilitate learning and development in groups (6 credits)

Optional group C unit includes:

  • Understand assessment in education and training (3 credits)
  • Understanding the principles and practices of assessment (3 credits)

The award is specifically designed to enhance the students’ ability to:

  • Understand the underlying fundamentals of teaching and learning
  • Make practical approaches to session planning
  • Explore different approaches to learning
  • Determine students’ desires and long-term goals
  • Implement strategies for assessing your students’ potential

Qualification Purpose

Achieving the Level 3 Award in Education and Training will provide the necessary knowledge and skills to prepare, plan, deliver and evaluate teaching and training sessions in a wide variety of teaching or training settings.


Progression

This OCNLR Education and Training qualification allows learners to progress into employment as teachers or trainers, or to higher-level Education and Training qualifications, including specialist Level 5 teaching qualifications such as ESOL, Functional Skills or teaching learners with disabilities.


Who is this course for?

Teachers and trainers wishing to pursue a career in education and teaching will benefit from this course. Any personnel in the doors of service will find this program useful.


Entry Requirements

The course does not have any specific requirements for learners. It is not required to have any formal experience or qualification in this field of study. However, learners should have an appropriate level of literacy, numeracy, and ICT skills. 

The minimum age requirement to access this qualification is 19 years.


Total Qualification Time

It estimates the total amount of time anticipated that a learner would spend to demonstrate mastery of all learning outcomes to achieve the award of the qualification. The whole qualification time is defined as GLH and an estimate of the time a learner will devote to preparation, study, and assessment. It does not underlie supervision by a lecturer, supervisor, or tutor. In this qualification, the credit value is defined by TQT, and one credit corresponds to ten hours of learning.

Total Qualification Time for this qualification is 120 hours. 

The total credit value for this qualification is 12.


Guided Learning Hours

These hours comprise all real-time contact time, hours of lectures or tutorial or supervision of a learner by a lecturer, tutor, trainer or other education providers.

GLH for this qualification is 48-61


Method of Assessment:

The assessment process for these qualifications is as follows:

  • Learners are assessed through activities that are internally set by tutor assessors.
  • The activities must be designed to enable learners to meet the assessment criteria of the unit.
  • Learners’ portfolios of assessed evidence must be internally moderated at the Centre.
  • The portfolios of assessed evidence will be externally moderated by an OCN London External Moderator.

There is no additional external assessment for these qualifications.


Career path

  • Teacher
  • Primary School Teacher
  • Secondary School Teacher
  • Private Tutor
  • Freelance Teacher/ Trainer

Course Curriculum

Getting Started
Getting Started AET 00:00:00
Application Form (AET) 00:00:00
Unit 1: Understanding Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Education and Training
Self-Assessment Grid
Self-Assessment Grid – Understanding Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Education and Training 00:00:00
Guidance For Achieving The Unit
Guidance For Achieving the Unit – Understanding Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Education and Training 00:15:00
Information Leaflets
An introduction to the Level 3 Award in Education and Training 00:15:00
Teaching Roles, Responsibilities, Relationships and Boundaries 00:20:00
Legislation, Regulatory Requirements and Codes of Practice 00:15:00
Promoting Equality and Valuing Diversity 00:25:00
Promoting Appropriate Behaviour and Respect for Others 00:20:00
Learner Needs and Points of Referral 00:25:00
Handouts
Table of Examples of Teaching Roles and Responsibilities 00:10:00
Table of Example Boundaries of Teaching 00:10:00
The Teaching, Learning and Assessment Cycle 00:10:00
Table of Potential Learner Needs and Points of Referral 00:10:00
Identifying Inequality 00:05:00
Learner Differences 00:05:00
Ways to Promote and Advance Equality 00:15:00
Ways to Promote Inclusion 00:10:00
Safeguarding, Prevent Duty and British Values 00:20:00
Tips for Teachers and Trainers 00:15:00
Equality and Diversity – Glossary of Terms 00:25:00
Checklists
Teaching, Learning and Assessment Checklist 00:20:00
Advancing Equality and Diversity Checklist 00:20:00
General Items
Pre-Course Assessment Form 00:00:00
Action Plan Template for Achievement of The Award 00:00:00
Course Evaluation Form 00:00:00
Beginner’s Guide to Referencing 00:25:00
Verbs Used in The Award’s Assessment Criteria with Their Meanings 00:05:00
Glossary of Educational Terms 00:25:00
Educational Abbreviations and Acronyms 00:15:00
Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria
An introduction to the Level 3 Award in Education and Training 00:30:00
Teaching Roles, Responsibilities, Relationships and Boundaries in Education and Training 00:30:00
Legislation, Regulatory Requirements and Codes of Practice 00:30:00
Promoting Equality and Valuing Diversity 00:30:00
Promoting Appropriate Behaviour and Respect 00:30:00
Learner Needs and Points of Referral 00:30:00
Video Tutorials
Award in Education and Training Level 3 Workshop Objectives 00:16:00
Understanding Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Education and Training 01:38:00
Unit 2: Understanding and Using Inclusive Teaching and Learning Approaches in Education and Training
Self-Assessment Grid
Self-Assessment Grid – Understanding and Using Inclusive Teaching and Learning Approaches in Education and Training 00:00:00
Guidance For Achieving The Unit
Guidance For Achieving the Unit – Understanding and Using Inclusive Teaching and Learning Approaches in Education and Training 00:25:00
Information Leaflets
Inclusive Teaching and Learning 00:30:00
Teaching, Learning and Assessment Approaches 00:30:00
Providing Opportunities for English, Maths, ICT and Wider Skills 00:30:00
Theories of Learning 00:25:00
Communication 00:25:00
Induction, Icebreakers and Ground Rules 00:30:00
Creating a Scheme of Work 00:30:00
Creating a Session Plan 00:30:00
Self-Evaluation and Continuing Professional Development 00:20:00
Handouts
Table of Resources Which Could Be Used for Teaching, Learning and Assessment 00:05:00
Table of Teaching and Learning Approaches and Activities 00:25:00
Table of Objectives 00:05:00
The Environment – Examples of Physical, Social and Learning Aspects 00:05:00
Templates
Template – Induction Checklist 00:00:00
Template – Icebreaker – Bingo 00:00:00
Template – Icebreaker – Getting to Know You 00:00:00
Templates and Completed Examples
Template – Rationale for a Scheme of Work 00:00:00
Completed Example of a Rationale for a Scheme of Work 00:15:00
Template – Scheme of Work 00:05:00
Completed Example of a Scheme of Work 00:05:00
Template – Session Plan 00:00:00
Completed Example of a Session Plan 00:10:00
Template – Personal Development Plan 00:00:00
Completed Example of a Personal Development Plan 00:05:00
Template – Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Record 00:00:00
Completed Example of a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Record 00:05:00
Template – Reflective Learning Journal 00:00:00
Completed Example of a Reflective Learning Journal 00:10:00
Template – Summary and Action Plan 00:00:00
Completed Example of a Summary and Action Plan 00:05:00
Checklist
Verbal, Listening, Non-Verbal and Written Communication Skills Checklist 00:15:00
Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria
Inclusive Teaching and Learning 00:45:00
Teaching, Learning and Assessment Approaches 00:45:00
Providing opportunities for English, Maths, ICT and Wider Skills 00:45:00
Theories of Learning 00:45:00
Communication 00:30:00
Induction, Icebreakers and Ground Rules 00:35:00
Creating a Scheme of Work 00:45:00
Devising an Inclusive Teaching and Learning Plan (Session Plan) 00:45:00
Self-Evaluation and Continuing Professional Development 00:45:00
Video Tutorials
Understanding and Using Inclusive Teaching and Learning Approaches in Education and Training 01:41:00
Unit 5: Understanding Assessment in Education and Training
Self-Assessment Grid
Self-Assessment Grid – Understanding Assessment in Education and Training 00:00:00
Guidance For Achieving The Unit
Guidance For Achieving The Unit – Understanding Assessment in Education and Training 00:10:00
Information Leaflets
Assessment Types 00:25:00
Assessment Methods 00:30:00
Involving Learners and Others in the Assessment Process 00:30:00
Making Assessment Decisions and Providing Feedback 00:35:00
Record Keeping 00:20:00
Handouts
Table of Assessment Methods, Approaches and Activities 00:10:00
Table of Assessment Types 00:15:00
Table of Advantages and Limitations of Peer and Self Assessment 00:05:00
Table of Example Teaching Records 00:05:00
Assessor Roles and Responsibilities 00:05:00
Templates and Completed Examples
A Full Set of Assessment Record Templates 00:00:00
Completed Example of A Full Set of Assessment Records 00:25:00
Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria
Assessment Types 00:45:00
Assessment Methods 00:35:00
Involving Learners and Others in the Assessment Process 00:45:00
Making Assessment Decisions and Providing Feedback 00:45:00
Record Keeping 00:30:00
Video Tutorials
Understanding Assessment in Education and Training 00:31:00
Micro Teaching
Micro Teaching 00:00:00
Assignments
Assignments 1 day, 18 hours
Submit your work
Submit your work (AET) 00:00:00
Resubmission
Resubmit your work (AET) 00:00:00

Course Reviews

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  1. 4

    I started my career as a private tutor and now I’m looking forward to starting as a primary school teacher. As I have prior experience in teaching, I can say this course is so well-planned. It’ll be great for the beginners and the others like me.

  2. 5

    Every module of this course is well structured. The topics are written in a way that anyone can easily understand. I must say this course is very informative and helpful to get a better career.

  3. 4

    Still one unit left to complete the course but it is so great that I couldn’t wait to give a review. I love it how they gave importance to the optional units as well. Recommended!

  4. 4

    The course was very well-written and neatly organised. The course contentns were undoubetedly beneficial for my level 3 qualification preparation. The learning experience was a smooth ride. Thank you!

  5. 5

    I have been teaching at a school with secondary school kids mostly from an immigrant background. As all of my dear students are from different cultures, i found it to be my responsibility to guide and nurture these impressionable kids about equality and respecting other cultures, atleast while they are under my care in the classroom. that’s where the diversity module really helped me out. I took notes and application from that module again and again and it really worked well. that’s why i appriciate this course so much.

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