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NOCN Level 3 Award in Education and Training

Session Content

The NOCN Level 3 Award in Education and Training is designed to provide an introduction to working in the education and training sector. Learners will gain knowledge on the roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training, inclusive teaching and learning approaches, facilitating learning and development with individuals or groups and the role of assessment in the teaching and learning process.

The Level 3 Award in Education and Training provides an introduction to teaching. It can meet the needs of a range of trainee teachers, such as:

  • individuals not currently teaching or training – achievement of the qualification does not require practice other than microteaching unless units from the Learning and Development suite of qualifications are selected;
  • individuals currently teaching and training, including those who have just begun teaching and training – although the qualification does not require practice other than microteaching (unless units from the Learning and Development suite of qualifications are selected), opportunities may be made available to observe and provide feedback on a trainee teacher's practice;
  • individuals currently working as assessors who wish to achieve a qualification that provides an introduction to teaching. Some units from the Learning and Development suite of qualifications may be achieved within this qualification. These units require practice to be assessed.

Course Outline

The Level 3 Award in Education and Training replaces the Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) course and is designed to help you gain a Level 3 Education and Training qualification remotely, without the need for attending any classroom sessions.

Programme length: 6 months

What the course involves:

You will attend two 1 day workshop sessions remotely and have access to presentations, handouts and other support materials, you will have a dedicated tutor to support and guide you through your programme, and receive a number of 1 2 1 support sessions, enabling you to complete both the theoretical and practical assessments.

You will have access to presentations, handouts and other support materials and you will have a dedicated tutor to support and guide you through your programme offering 1 2 1 support session, enabling you to complete both the theoretical and practical assessments, after which there will be a series of assignments that will be submit on dates agreed with both learner and tutor to meet individual’s needs. 

This qualification is assessed by the following method:

The qualifications are assessed through a range of written tasks, assignments, projects, case studies resulting in a portfolio produced to meet the assessment criteria. The qualifications are assessed through a range of written tasks, assignments, projects, case studies resulting in a portfolio produced to meet the assessment criteria. Assignment submission dates are negotiated and agreed with individual leaners to meet their needs/requirements but once agreed must be submitter on time and completed by the programme end date.

Application

Application forms should be completed and submitted to One Awards Training. Please note: You will need an acceptable level of Literacy and Numeracy and ICT to be working at this Level. You must possess or be working towards either a GCSE or equivalent at Grade C or above or hold Adult Literacy and Numeracy qualifications at Level 2.

Time

Daytime session: 10:00am-4:00pm with breaks
Twilight session: 6:00pm-9:00pm

NOCN Level 3 Award in Education and Training Course Information Leaflet

Dates - please contact oneawardstraining@oneawards.org.uk for course dates 

For more information please contact: oneawardstraining@oneawards.org.uk

Time

See above for timings

Cost

£475.00 per person for One Awards Member organisations

£525.00 per person for Non-Member organisations

£475.00 - £525.00 per person

Upcoming Sessions

I have recently had contact with One Awards regarding the booking of seminars. Communications in E- mail and telephone calls were excellent.

Paul Hutchinson
Newcastle College