Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training Level 4 (QCF)
This is the latest “in service” teaching qualification and replaced CTLLS on 1st October 2013.
If you wish to work as a teacher in post 16 education such as adult learning, further and higher education. Then you will need a formal teaching qualification.
Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training meets the government requirements for teachers, tutors, and trainers in the Associate Teacher role as the suitable qualification.
The Associate Teacher role is defined as having less teaching responsibilities than the full teaching role. However, the quality of teaching is expected to be of an equally high standard.
Completing the Level 4 Certificate is a good way to progress to the Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training which will give you Qualified Teacher Learning Skills Status (QTLS) which is seen as the equivalent to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), although as of September 2012 it is still offered by the IfL but no longer required.
This course is completely online and we advise that you purchase some books to aid you with your studies. A suggested reading list will be provided with the best books for this course.
You will be required to complete assignments and reference theoretical knowledge using the Harvard Referencing Style. You need to record 30 hours of teaching in a log and be observed 3 times covering 3 hours. The observations can be completed by a competent person and we will provide guidance for you to do this. Our flexible approach enables you to complete the qualification completely in your own time.
This qualification consists of a minimum of 6 units and a maximum of 8 depending on which pathway you take.
Enrol now for £420
Installment plans are available and can be agreed to suit your needs. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your needs.