SET Conference

November 8th, 2018

On Wednesday, the 7th of November 2018, I represented Carlton Training at the first annual .
As I entered the fancy lobby of the VOX Centre in Birmingham, I was greeted by organizers who soon gave me my SET badge and pin , as well as a goodies bag, with lots of magazines, brochures, notepads and information leaflets – because what is a teacher trainer without a bag full of heavy educational reading materials?
In spite of this, was immediately drawn to the book stands. Quite a variety of teacher training books drew my attention. As I was enthusiastically browsing through them, I hadn’t immediately realized that the smiley person standing in front of me was in fact the author of many of them – Ann Gravells herself was there to answer questions and take photos and selfies with eager teachers like me. Read the rest of this entry »

What you can learn from the DET Course?

October 11th, 2018

The DET (Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training) is a vocational qualification that allows you to become a fully qualified teacher by gaining QTLS (Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills). Once you’ve completed the qualification and gained your certificate, you can apply for QTLS by submitting an application to the Society for Education and Training but… Not so fast! First, to get your DET qualification you will need to complete the course for about six months and pass a total of four mandatory units. There are also a number of optional units you can choose from and that you will need to complete.

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Congratulations

July 4th, 2018

Congratulations to our candidates who have completed the City & Guilds Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training course at our London training centre!

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How to pass your CET assignments

June 19th, 2018

Are you thinking about doing the Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training course with us and you’re wondering how to manage your course assignments? If this sounds anything like you then read on.

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How to Keep your Learners Interested

May 17th, 2018

Do you ever see your students are gazing pensively out of the window? Is a worried or defeated look depicted on their faces? Or are they supporting their head with their hands, struggling to keep their eyes open? If your answer is ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then it means that your students might not be interested in your lesson. Here’s how you can help to keep them interested.

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