Level 3 Award in Facilitating Learning and Development Course Content
Throughout this course, you will learn how to put new skills into practice and expand your current skills.
You will be guided by one of our expert tutors, who will share their expertise and help you gain the skills needed.
You will be confident in showcasing your skills, knowledge and ability to conduct one-one training. This qualification will open the door to new and more advanced employment opportunities.
In this course, you will learn how to:
Teach individuals in a variety of situations
You will learn how to take note of individual needs and requirements so that you can organise your lessons to give the best.
You will also learn how to teach a wide variety of learning environments and situations, from workplace on-the-job training to a formal classroom setting.
Effectively plan lessons
We will teach you how to effectively plan learning and development for your sessions. You will learn how to make the best use of your time and how to maximise the impact your work has on people.
You’ll acquire a knowledge and understanding of learning and development and be able to prove that you can apply your new knowledge and understanding by working with individual learners.
The Level 3 Award in Facilitating Learning and Development course is an ideal step towards getting more involved in training, learning and development.
Upon finishing the course successfully, you will be awarded the nationally recognised qualification by City & Guilds.
This course is also suitable if you then want to get more involved with assessment and quality assurance with courses such as:
Who is the course for?
This Level 3 Award in Facilitating Learning and Development course is great for you if:
- You are entering learning and development practice and need to demonstrate a minimum level of competence to facilitate learning and
development to individuals
- If your job role includes a learning and development practice (for example, experienced workers or team leaders working with new staff
or trainees, or as workplace coaches/mentors working with apprentices)
- If you are an assessor who facilitates the development of learners and assesses them, and you wish to supplement your existing assessing qualification.
- If your work involves one-one teaching, coaching or mentoring people to learn new skills or improve their existing ones.
What are the course entry requirements?
While there are no formal entry requirements, we recommend that you hold qualifications or experience in your subject area.
You will also be required to carry out a one-one teaching session as part of the qualification requirements. This could be in your workplace, a voluntary group or a community setting.
How is the course assessed?
You will be assessed on the theory and knowledge gained during the course. In the second unit, you will apply practical teaching techniques in a one-one setting.