Become a teacher and inspire your students!
Teachers play a crucial role in society and can have a huge impact on the lives of their students, making it a worthwhile career. Not only is it a highly satisfying job, it is a profession which is in huge demand at the moment, so there is plenty of work available for any qualified teachers. Once you are qualified, it is a role needed everywhere, so you are guaranteed employment wherever you are.
The Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training (CET) is suitable for those already in a teaching role who want to build their skills, as well as for people not currently involved in teaching or teacher training but who are able to satisfy the practice requirements set out in the mandatory and optional course units (including submitting three teaching observations).
Throughout this online course, you will be supported by our mentor team of tutors and assessors. You will also be given all the essential study materials, including tutorial videos, guidance on assessment portfolios and a copy of the recommended text: Gravells, A. (2013), The Award in Education and Training, Revised Edition, Sage Publication.
Who is this course aimed at?
The Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training is an essential requirement for anyone working in teaching, or who wishes to work in teaching.
To gain your Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training, you must earn a minimum of 36 credits, made up of 21 mandatory unit credits and a minimum of 15 optional unit credits. This course will take you through 5 mandatory units and selected optional units:
Unit 01: Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training (3 credits)
Unit 02: Delivering education and training (6 credits)
Unit 03: Using resources for education and training (3 credits)
Unit 04: Assessing learners in education and training (6 credits)
Unit 05: Planning to meet the needs of learners in education and training (3 credits)
You need to select ONE optional unit that carries 15 credits from the given list of optional units.
Methods of assessment:
The course is made up of written assignments covering the five core units, selected optional units as well as three teaching observations totalling a minimum of three hours. You will be able to arrange these observations with your assessor at a mutually convenient time. Please note that observations, assessments and certification are charged separately (see details below). All assignments have to be submitted within six months of course commencement.
Successful students will earn a Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training from the NCFE or EDEXCEL (Pearson), the leading national awarding body in the UK.
Additionally, you need to pay £499 for assessment, observation and certificate fee on submission of assessments or prior to undertaking teacher observations. The fee for Scotland and Ireland varies.
To enrol on this course, you must be aged nineteen or over and possess a relevant vocational or academic qualification at Level 3 or higher, along with a basic level of literacy, numeracy and ICT ability.
You will need to provide an identification document such as a passport or a driving licence.
This nationally recognised qualification will help you to progress towards a Level 5 Diploma and help you to gain your QTLS (Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills), helping you to build a successful and rewarding teaching career.
|Application Form LEVEL 4 – CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING||00:00:00|
|Course Materials & Getting Started Instructions CET||00:00:00|
|Mandatory Units - Assignments|
|Unit 01: Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training (3 credits)||00:00:00|
|Unit 02: Delivering education and training (6 credits)||00:00:00|
|Unit 03: Using resources for education and training (3 credits)||00:00:00|
|Unit 04: Assessing learners in education and training (6 credits)||00:00:00|
|Unit 05: Planning to meet the needs of learners in education and training (3 credits)||00:00:00|
|Optional Units - Assignment|
|Unit 30: Developing, using and organising resources in a specialist area (15 credits)||00:00:00|
|Unit 34: Inclusive Practice (15 credits)||00:00:00|
|Unit 40: Teaching in a Specialist Area (15 credits)||00:00:00|
|Submit Your Assignments|
|Submit your work Level 4 (CET)||00:00:00|
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