San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Accredited City & Guilds Level 3 Award in Education and Training 5 day course: 13th, 14th, 20th and 21st October, 4th November 2016
The Level 3 Award in Education and Training is an introduction to teaching that will give an insight into the roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training, how to plan and deliver inclusive teaching sessions and how to assess and give constructive feedback.
This qualification, accredited by City & Guilds can help you to progress in teaching/training and support roles in a wide range of organisations in the lifelong learning sector including public sector, FE, Adult and Community Education.
The Award comprises 12 credits at Level 3 and requires attendance at 4 taught sessions plus a day when learners will each deliver their assessed ‘micro-teach’ to the rest of the group. You will also be required to complete a portfolio of written assignments in your own time and submit these successfully in order to pass the course. The course is suitable for new teachers / trainers / tutors, people who intend to deliver training as part of their job role, and teachers who do not currently have a qualification.
The course comprises the following three units:301 Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training 302 Understanding and using inclusive approaches in education and training 305 understanding assessment in education and training
At our latest inspection the City & Guilds External Verifier commented:
“Waypoint continues to deliver and support the programme well, with a high quality of support, assessment and Quality Assurance demonstrated. I interviewed 4 learners who are delighted with the programme; they praised David's delivery and support highly….There is much good practice evident within the centre.”
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Waypoint has a proven track record for high quality vocational training that promotes excellence in working with a range of vulnerable groups, including drug and alcohol users. We are particularly skilled at working with and training others to work with disengaged or hard to reach groups and strive to create inclusive learning contexts. Our approach to training is participative and builds on learners' understanding and skills. We are committed to promoting equality, diversity and rights in all our work.
Our professionally qualified and experienced trainers have backgrounds in the social care and education sectors, including drugs and alcohol work, counselling, nursing, housing services and criminal justice as well as further and higher education. Our commitment to continuous improvement drives us to learn from the diverse range of organisations we work with. We always share this good practice in our training for the benefit of our customers and their service users.