Posts tagged “AET, PTLLS, Training, Teaching, Award in Education”

By Sarah Harris 
As someone who has - since childhood - experienced a lot of anxiety and low mood, I have always been aware of something very annoying to me that occurs when (some) people want to help. I have never been able to fully describe it or even give good examples of when it has happened. What I did know was that it always made me feel a lot worse and, in turn, more guilty about feeling low or anxious and much less likely to bother others with how I felt. 
I have listened to the Laurel v Yanny clip approximately 4398794504 times over the last couple of weeks. If you haven’t listened to it yet, here it is: 
Without doubt, our most popular course is the Award in Education and Training (AET – formerly PTLLS) and I spend most of my social media time posting about it. Although SKL Training as a business is relatively new, the qualification and my teaching of it isn’t new – however, every time I deliver it, it feels like a new course as it is constantly changing! Not because the course criteria changes, because that hasn’t changed since I first taught it: more so the way I am delivering it and, more importantly, the way learners want it to be delivered. 
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