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HABC Level 3 Award in Education and Training (RQF)(PTLLS Course Replacements)

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We are now taking bookings for the following courses/dates:

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Course
5th September 2022 - 7th September 2022
Highfield Level 3 Award in Delivering Training (RQF) - Rotherham - 3 Places Left
Course Type: Rotherham Centre Based max 3 people
The course is delivered at our premises in Rotherham in small groups of a maximum of 3 people. On the first day, you learn the theory of the teaching aspects, including 'the teaching cycle', 'assessment of the learners' or 'session planning'. We encourage our learners to take an active part and contribute with what they already know about training others- every idea counts! On the second day, after we have concluded the theory of teaching, the rest of the day is dedicated to the practical preparation for day 3 – ‘Micro-teach Delivery’. This involves learners working on and putting a short session plan together with all the materials and resources for a short microteach session of 30 min. On the third day-morning, learners themselves deliver a short 30 min session on a learner’s choice of topic to their peers and reflect on it. For the learners, it is an opportunity to learn something new, put it into practice and look back at themselves as teachers, which is always developmental for them! Learners also have a chance to observe other peers teach and provide them with valuable, encouraging feedback. Teaching, observing, and reflecting on micro sessions is part of the assessment that leads to gaining a certificate in Delivering Training.
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5th September 2022 - 9th September 2022
Highfield Level 3 Award in Education and Training (RQF) - Rotherham - 3 Places Left
Course Type: Rotherham Centre Based max 3 people
This course is delivered at our premises in Rotherham. The teaching takes place in small groups of a maximum of 3 people. In the first 4 days, we discuss a range of teaching concepts and build on them to put a session plan together confidently and deliver a short 30 minute microteach session on the last day of our training. There are two parts to this qualification. Learners write a session plan on a subject of their choice and deliver a 30 minute microteach session, reflect on the delivered session, plan their own future development, and provide peers with valuable feedback on their microteaches. Learners then complete a portfolio of evidence that consists of answering questions regarding the newly acquired teaching concepts and their application in practice. This course is delivered at our premises in Rotherham. The teaching takes place in small groups of a maximum of 3 people. In the first 4 days, we discuss a range of teaching concepts and build on them to put a session plan together confidently and deliver a short 30 minute microteach session on the last day of our training. There are two parts to this qualification. Learners write a session plan on a subject of their choice and deliver a 30 minute microteach session, reflect on the delivered session, plan their own future development, and provide peers with valuable feedback on their microteaches. Learners then complete a portfolio of evidence that consists of answering questions regarding the newly acquired teaching concepts and their application in practice.
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For customers who would like us to train on their site/premises, we offer prices negotiated to accommodate everyone.

Training Enquiries

Please contact Dale Slinger to discuss your requirements on 07754580868
or email
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Highfield Level 3 Award in Education and Training (EATs)

EATs is an RQF qualification (RQF stands for Regulated Qualifications Framework) which replaced the Highfield Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) qualification.

More info about RQF qualifications can be found on https://www.gov.uk/find-a-regulated-qualification

Who is the qualification for?

  • Individuals who would like to or already have been working in the teaching sector (including Further Education college, for Independent Training Providers or Local Authorities), but have not got a formal qualification or knowledge.

  • Individuals currently working as assessors who wish to achieve a qualification that provides an introduction to teaching.

How are you going to be assessed?

  • There is no formal exam, however, you will be putting together a portfolio of evidence. A range of tasks that you will need to complete, will give you the confidence to apply in practice things that you have learnt during the course.

  • You will also complete a micro teach session in front of your peers, putting a session plan together and delivering a short (about 20 minutes). In addition, you will be observing your peers’ micro teaches, providing them with your valuable and supportive feedback.

  • At every stage of your assessment you are going to receive as much support and encouragement as you need to make you feel confident.

 

NEW: Highfield Level 3 Award in Delivering Training (RQF)

Who is this qualification for?

This qualification provides a good basis to help learners get a ‘foot first’ into training. It is mainly aimed at those who will use pre-prepared training materials to effectively deliver training within the workplace, as opposed to a professional training qualification (such as education and training), which is more focused on procedures, protocol and regulatory requirements.

It is a practical qualification suitable for new and experienced trainers (external and internal) who wish to improve their classroom skills and obtain a training qualification that will also enable them to deliver regulated qualifications.

Assessment method

This qualification is assessed by a practical assessment and a self-evaluation report. Learners will need to practically demonstrate the delivery of either 1 micro-teaching session of 30 minutes.

Course Type Training Hours Cost per Delegate
inc. exam fees
Book Cost Remote Invigilation Cost Paper Based Exam Cost  
Highfield Level 3 Award in Delivering Training (RQF) Rotherham Centre Based max 3 people 15 £300
Highfield Level 3 Award in Delivering Training (RQF) interactive webinar & virtual microteach 15 £300
Highfield Level 3 Award in Education and Training (RQF) Rotherham Centre Based max 3 people 30 £550

Contact us for our early settlement discount and special rates for Group/bespoke training needs delivered on your premises.

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An insight to some of the concepts we will be looking at.


Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

We will be looking at a pyramid that works from the bottom upwards. Starting at the base we move through Physiological, then Safety, Belonging, Esteem and Self-Actualisation Needs that we all experience and must address, if we want our teaching/learning to turn into a successful and enjoyable experience. 
What might look or sound complex when reading the pyramid at first, will become clearer when we ponder upon and try to answer some more practical questions. 
Is it possible to feel relaxed and ready to concentrate when one feels hungry, thirsty, needs the toilet or is awaiting an important phone call? How likely is it that someone will share their ideas in a group that they feel uncomfortable with? Will they get these incredible ideas if they think that whatever they say will sound silly? Will they make links between teaching concepts and what is going on in their workplace if they don’t enjoy their learning experience?

 
The Teaching Cycle


We will be asking what exactly “teaching” consists of! Is it standing in front of a group and doing the teaching? Or maybe there is more to it! What can we, as teachers, do to make teaching and learning more appealing, effective, and interesting? We will be focusing on our learners and their potential needs; this will then inform how we plan and deliver our sessions. We will be asking; how can I be sure that people learn what I teach? This will lead us into discussing Assessment of learners’ knowledge and skills to ensure that learning is taking place. Finally, we will be looking at ourselves as teachers, trying to understand how we act and behave when we teach and how we can use this to our advantage. 


Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion


We will be considering how to treat our learners equally, but at the same time appreciate individual differences in them. We will come up with ideas of how to utilize these two E+D to meet our learners’ needs in an Inclusive learning environment. 
 

teaching cycle
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Open Quote Image Ive completed 5-day Education and Training course with Dale and Aga. I wasnt able to attend 5 consecutive days so Dale scheduled the course to our needs and weve done it over Fridays/Saturdays. Our sessions have been so interesting, with lots of activities scheduled. Dale's knowledge and experience were fantastic. He was very supportive throughout the whole course and Aga gave us lots of excellent tips regarding assignment and other written documentation. I could phone or email them anytime and they were very quick to come back with the answer. Dale is very enthusiastic and professional trainer. I appreciate the most their flexibility and support. I highly recommend Aga and Dale, who will make your training experience exciting and easy! Thank you! Best regards!Close Quote Image
Ula Byrd Training Officer, Premier Foods Ltd

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