Level 3 Education and Training

Level 3 Award in Education and Training

  • Would you like recognition as an outstanding trainer in your chosen field? 

  • Would you like to feel confident that your practices are up-to-date and effective? 

  • Would you like more credibility with your clients/ trainees?

  • Would you like to improve your career prospects?

  • Would you like to validate your training expertise?

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Following on from the highly successful Train the Trainer programme we delivered on behalf of ScreenSkills, we are now offering a formal accredited and recognised Level 3 Award in Education and Training (contextualised to ‘screen industries’) course which will be linked to the ScreenSkills CPD Framework throughout. The course is highly subsidised by ScreenSkills, offering excellent value for money at just £175.00 which includes:  

  • 10 sessions of blended learning, with 2 hours per ‘day’ taught synchronously and the remaining time delivered asynchronously over a period of several months 
  • accreditation registration 
  • mentoring support 
  • internal/ external assessment  
  • and certification.   

Aims + Objectives

The aims of the qualification are to enable trainers: 

  • To understand the roles and responsibilities in relation to teaching 
  • To understand appropriate teaching and learning approaches within their specialist area 
  • To plan, deliver and evaluate microteaching sessions or assessed practice in a real work environment 
  • To understand the use of assessment methods and record-keeping 


Study Content

Units covered are: 

  • Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training   
  • Understanding and using inclusive teaching and learning approaches in education and training    
  • Understanding the principles and practices of assessment (Learning and development unit)   


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