How long will it take to write my AET course assignments?

December 10th, 2014

How long will it take to do my AET course assignments? It depends on when you wish to start writing them, how much time you as an individual need and how motivated you are to achieve the qualification.

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A micro-teaching session – the AET practical course assessment

December 3rd, 2014

Planning and delivering a 15 minutes’ micro-teaching session during your Award in Education and Training (AET) course is one of the requirements that will enable you to obtain the desired teaching qualification. The content of the lesson could come from the subject matter that you usually teach or any area that you feel confident or knowledgeable in.

Your lesson must include introduction, development, conclusion with a summary and involvement of your learners throughout the session. Of course your tutor will guide and advise you throughout the course.

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New course launched – City and Guilds Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training

October 21st, 2014

We have just launched the new Level 5 DET course which is the ultimate training and teaching adults qualification and it has replaced the previous DTLLS course.

Designed in conjunction with the Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS) we are pleased to be offering the very latest and most up to date qualification in the field of education and training.

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Schools can keep a spare Asthma Inhaler

October 3rd, 2014

From 1st October 2014 onwards schools in England and Wales are legally allowed to keep spare asthma inhalers for pupils. This is likely to be a big help to all of us who work in schools, teachers, classroom assistants, midday meal supervisors and welfare officers….

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Life after the AET course (Award in Education and Training)

July 29th, 2014

If you have gained the AET (Award in Education and Training) you’re all set to start delivering great lessons, but if you’re not exactly sure what to do next, check out the advice from our teacher training team.


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