May 10, 2017

Why your Company needs to Invest in Workplace Instructors

Workplace instructors are important for in-house training and are a cost effective way to enhance the skillset of your employees.

Tags: instructor,instructor training,

July 22, 2016

How to Pass your AET Course

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 […]

Tags: AET,AET course,award in education and training,Level 3 award in education and training,level 3 qualification,train the trainer,train the trainer courses,training the trainer,

April 7, 2016

Do I need to gain the Level 3 Award in Education and Training in order to start teaching?

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 […]

Tags: Level 3 AET,Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training,qualification,teacher,teaching,

January 6, 2016

Pathways to becoming a Teacher

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 […]

Tags: becoming a Teacher,det,Diploma in Education and Training,PGCE,Postgraduate Certificate of Education,QTLS,QTLS status,QTS,teaching career,teaching skills,

November 24, 2015

What is the difference between the Awarding Bodies?

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?

Tags: accredited courses,accredited qualification,accredited qualifications,adult teaching qualification,awarding bodies,awarding bodies in the uk,awarding organisations,city & guilds qualifications,city and guilds,exam boards,list of awarding bodies,ofqual,Qualifications,teaching qualifications uk,training companies,training provider,training providers,training providers london,training qualifications,

June 3, 2015

So you want to be a First Aid Instructor?

Have you ever thought about becoming a first aid instructor ? Do you want to teach the HSE First Aid at Work courses ?

Tags: first aid,pediatric first aid,Teacher Training,

May 6, 2015

Developing your teaching team

In order to ensure that you are delivering high quality courses, training and tuition you’ll need to have a great teaching team of dedicated individuals. 

Tags: adult training,teaching skills,train the trainers,

February 16, 2015

Assessing explained

If you are teaching or training people you’ve probably already come across the term assessing and already met people who describe their roles as “Assessor”, but it is often unclear exactly what assessment involves and what assessors actually do.

Tags: qualification,teacher,Teacher Training,teaching,trainer,trainers,training,training the trainers,

February 16, 2015

Essential skills for teachers and trainers

Like any activity in life, teaching or training adults comes with its own set of challenges, and to overcome these you’ll need to make sure that you are equipped with the right skills to deal with them.

Tags: teacher,Teacher Training,teaching,tips,trainer,trainers,training,training the trainers,

February 9, 2015

How to correct common teaching errors

We get lots of enquiries about teaching errors and mistakes, so we have decided to write a guide to the most common errors and offer some brief guidance for you so that they can be avoided.

Tags: teacher,Teacher Training,teaching,tips,trainer,trainers,training,training the trainers,