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Level 3 Award in Education and Training (Sep start)

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  • Fee
    £249
  • Duration of course 16 weeks
  • Course type Part-time
  • This course is suitable for Adults

We are no longer accepting applications on this course for a September start.

Please see our February start option, by clicking this link.​ 


The course is most suitable for teachers, tutors and trainers who may be working within a Further Education (FE) college, Adult and Community Learning Centre or Learning Provider and are currently not qualified. The course is also suitable for those not yet in a teaching or training role, but wish to be.

Will the course give me what I want?

Course Content

The course covers the following units:

  • Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training
  • Understanding and using inclusive teaching and learning approaches in education and training
  • Understanding assessment in education and training

Outline of Skills & Knowledge

  • To understand the roles and responsibilities in relation to teaching
  • To understand appropriate teaching and learning approaches within a candidate’s specialist area
  • To plan, deliver and evaluate micro-teaching sessions
  • To observe and evaluate micro-teaching sessions
  • To understand the use of assessment methods and record keeping

What have students who have taken this course in the past progressed to?

Successful students have progressed onto the Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training and the Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training.

A number of students have fulfilled the requirements of their employment by taking the programme.

Some students have found teaching and training related employment as a result of doing the qualification.

How will I learn?

You will be taught in a variety of ways, including practical sessions, but lessons will typically consist of active learning in a classroom environment.

How will I be assessed?

Assessment is through assignment coursework, and practical assessment in the classroom – this includes a 15 minute micro-teaching session, which you must deliver to your peers, and take part in the evaluation process of other micro-teaching sessions.

How much time should I be expected to spend on assignments, projects, field trips etc

In addition to the time spent in classes in College, you will be expected to spend approximately 3 hours per week on research, and completion of coursework.

Which awarding body is the course validation by?

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What qualifications or skills do I need to show I have before I can enrol?

Typically students who come on the course have Level 3, or first degree, qualifications in a subject specialism they want to teach/train in. However, there are no formal qualification requirements for the programme, except a level of English commensurate with the programme (see below).

We may, in some circumstances, ask for a reference.

Expected prior knowledge

No prior knowledge, or experience, of teaching is necessary to do this course.

English level

You are expected to demonstrate Level 2 competencies in English.

Before/when you join the course you will take an initial assessment to determine your level.

Mathematics level

You do not need a specific Mathematics qualification to join this course, but you should be aware that teaching professionals should be qualified to Level 2.

Equipment and other costs

There are no other specific costs associated with the programme.

For further information please call 020 7258 2721, email customer.services@cwc.ac.uk or come to one of our Open Days.