How to Pass your AET Course

July 22nd, 2016

How to pass your AET course (Level 3 Award in Education and Training) is straightforward to explain.

Just like any endeavour in life you will need determination, to put some effort in and draw on the knowledge and experiences of those around you. It helps to be motivated but you don’t need to be academically minded, it’s a practical course.

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A Day in the Life of a Food Safety Trainer

June 21st, 2016

As a food safety trainer for Carlton Training everyday is different and there isn’t a “typical” day. My role means that I can be running a food safety or food hygiene class in our Central London training centre one day, travelling to a rural “country house” hotel the next day to provide staff training and the day after that teaching in a large food distribution company’s premises on the outskirts of a big city.
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Do I need to gain the Level 3 Award in Education and Training in order to start teaching?

April 7th, 2016

With a number of different relevant qualifications available, it’s often difficult to work out where to start. This difficulty is often most apparent if you are looking to get into teaching or training as a change from your current career. Although gaining the basic Level 3 qualification is a popular and logical choice, it’s not the only option available to you.

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Pathways to becoming a Teacher

January 6th, 2016

It’s no secret that schools are struggling to find enough teachers, and a 2012 change in the law means that teaching children is to longer restricted to people with full qualified teacher status (QTS). Carlton Training’s Level 5 DET course makes it possible to apply for qualified teacher learning and skills status (QTLS), and it could be your route to a great new career.

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What is the difference between the Awarding Bodies?

November 24th, 2015

Does the Awarding Body you use for your qualification matter? What is the difference between the awarding bodies and what should you look out for?

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