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Level 3 Award in Education and Training

The Award in Education and Training (Level 3) replaces the previous Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) qualification. It is an introductory qualification appropriate for teachers, tutors and trainers working within an FE college, Adult and Community Learning Centre or Learning Provider, and for those delivering work-based training or working within voluntary, community, private and public organisations. It is also suitable for people who are considering this kind of work in the future. Candidates must be 19+.

This course CANNOT be funded by an Advanced Learner Loan. Funded places are available, eligibility applies. Please call or visit either campus' Reception Team for details).

Start date: Tuesday 23rd January (Middleton campus) and Thursday 25th January (Rochdale campus)

Be sure to read our How to Apply - Hopwood Hall College and University Centre page which will help you with any questions you may have and also details when you should apply by.

Level 3 Award in Education and Training

The Award in Education and Training (Level 3) replaces the previous Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) qualification. It is an introductory qualification appropriate for teachers, tutors and trainers working within an FE college, Adult and Community Learning Centre or Learning Provider, and for those delivering work-based training or working within voluntary, community, private and public organisations. It is also suitable for people who are considering this kind of work in the future. Candidates must be 19+.

This course CANNOT be funded by an Advanced Learner Loan. Funded places are available, eligibility applies. Please call or visit either campus' Reception Team for details).

Start date: Tuesday 23rd January (Middleton campus) and Thursday 25th January (Rochdale campus)

Be sure to read our How to Apply - Hopwood Hall College and University Centre page which will help you with any questions you may have and also details when you should apply by.

Entry Requirements

Entry requirements are a Level 2 qualification in English or an equivalent level of literacy. Prospective candidates will be invited to attend college for an assessment prior to being offered a place on the course.

Details

The Award offers an introduction to teaching and covers topics such as the roles and responsibilities of a teacher/trainer, planning and delivering inclusive sessions, and assessing learning. There are 3 written assignments, and candidates plan and deliver a 20 minute micro-teach to their peers.

The course consists of 45 guided learning hours, (usually 3 hours per week over 15 weeks.) Some independent study will also be required. The course takes place on Tuesday evenings 6pm-9pm at the Middleton Campus, and Thursday evenings 6pm-9pm at the Rochdale campus. Award courses start in September and February.

Work Experience

There are no formal work experience requirements for this course but there may be opportunities for you to develop practical skills that will help your development

Progression

There are two main routes of progression following completion of this course:

  • Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training

  • Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training

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Middleton Campus
Rochdale Road, Middleton
Manchester, M24 6XH
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St. Mary’s Gate
Rochdale, OL12 6RY
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