Taster Award in Education and Training (AET)

As adult learners, we often like to understand exactly what we are letting ourselves in for and there is no better way of doing this by trying a taster course.

The taster AET allows you to complete two of the units from the courses and is aimed at people who are looking to change career, or anyone training adults, community youth staff, new trainers, hairdressers etc.

If you want to start your career in teaching or training, then why not try the taster for a trial period, and then if you think you will benefit from getting into teaching or training others then you have an opportunity to complete the additional unit (which includes a microteach delivery) then you can progress onto the fully accredited AET (QCF) course for an additional small fee.

This taster is only for a limited time only, book now for only £295.00. The two units you will cover are;

– Unit 1: Understanding role, responsibilities and relationships in education and training.
– Unit 2: Understanding assessment in education and training

Understanding Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Education and Training

Unit reference number: H/505/0053
QCF level: 3
Credit value: 3
Guided learning hours: 12

Unit aim
This unit aims to enable the learner to understand the role and responsibilities of a teacher in education and training and the relationship between different professionals in education and training.

This unit provides the opportunity to highlight some of the legislative and regulatory requirements that must be met by organisations and individuals. The unit also provides an opportunity to explore the codes of practice and roles and responsibilities of teachers, trainers and instructors in promoting equality and valuing diversity when identifying and meeting learners’ needs.

The unit addresses the specific responsibility of the teacher in promoting a safe and supportive learning environment where their students feel included. By addressing the responsibility for promoting appropriate behaviour, the unit emphasises the role of the teacher in placing their students at the centre of the learning process.

The unit gives learners the opportunity to recognise how the teaching role involves working with other professionals, the boundaries between the teaching role and those of other professionals, and the need for possible referral to meet the needs of their students.

Essential requirements
There are no special requirements for this unit.

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Understanding Assessment in Education and Training

Unit reference number: R/505/0050
QCF level: 3
Credit value: 3
Guided learning hours: 12

Unit aim
The aim of this unit is to enable the learner to understand how different types and methods of assessment are used in education and training. The unit covers ways to involve students in assessment and requirements for record keeping.

The unit addresses the need for learners to understand how types and methods of assessment can be used both to check and correct learning as an integral part of education and training. It is also important for learners to have the opportunity to review the role, particularly of formative assessment, in a teaching or training context, and the relative strengths and weaknesses of different methods. Using basic principles, learners will be able to select appropriate approaches to formative assessment that meet learners’ needs, as well as specific assessment requirements. This will encourage the practice of assessment becoming an integral part of the learning process.

This unit highlights ways to actively involve individuals in the assessment process, recognising the role of self- and peer-assessment, and the use of constructive feedback to encourage the sharing of responsibility for assessment with learners.

The unit focuses on the need for assessment to be recorded, both formally and informally, in a way that can be shared with the students, the assessor and the organisation. Assessment records provide a measure of students’ achievement, and targets for action planning, and should support learning, but may also be required formally as a part of the organisation’s quality assurance process.

Essential requirements
There are no special requirements for this unit.

 

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Award in Education and Training (AET) Taster On-Line Course

As adult learners, we often like to understand exactly what we are letting ourselves in for and there is no better way of doing this by trying a taster course.

The taster AET is aimed at people who are looking to change career, or anyone training adults, community youth staff, new trainers, hairdressers etc.

If you want to start your career in teaching or training, then why not try the taster for a trial period, and then if you think you will benefit from completing the additional unit together with presenting a microteach then you can progress onto the fully accredited AET course for additional small fee.

This taster is only for a limited time only, book now for only £147.50. The two units you will cover are;

  • Unit 1: Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training
  • Unit 2: Understanding assessment in education and training

Course Cost £295.00

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