Teacher Training 

Qualifications to teach in the Further Education (FE) sector are subject to continual change, depending on local and government initiatives and policies, legislation and reviews of qualifications. Nowadays, shorter, more practical or vocational qualifications can go in place of long, university level teaching qualifications. There are lots of different ways to prove that someone has the knowledge and skills to teach without providing dissertations and large amounts of research; not to mention time off work to study and parting with thousands of pounds. If you've never taught before, the Level 3 Award in Education and Training is the perfect place to start. For those already teaching and able to evidence at least 30 hours of practice throughout the course, the Level 4 Certificate may be the more suitable option. If you think you'll also want to assess either now or in the future, consider combining your teaching and assessing qualifications to save time and money. Not sure which one you need? Click on our flowchart below (best viewed on a laptop or computer screen). 

Your Level 3 Award or Level 4 Certificate is recognised and valued in many sectors such as: 

Colleges 
Voluntary and community sector organisations 
Commercial organisations 
Adult and community learning providers 
Work based learning settings 
Other public sector organisations 
Specialist colleges 
Armed and uniformed services 
Prisons and offender learning institutes 

Not sure which qualification you need? 

Try our flow chart, or contact us for free, impartial advice and guidance. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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