Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training - enrolling now!
Posted on 28th November 2021 at 17:42
More students study the level 3 than the level 4. Why? Well, level 3 is quicker, cheaper and it gives all of the necessary knowledge to get cracking as a teacher in further education. But at level 4, you're really developing your skills as a teacher. It's a commitment to yourself and your career.
Not sure if level 4 is right for you? Read this blog post.
Studying on Zoom
Studying on Zoom gives you all the benefits of classroom learning but from your own home... or wherever you have a nice, strong internet connection!
One students from this year's cohort (the first we've run on Zoom) said:
"I wasn't sure about studying on Zoom at first: I've always studied in a classroom before. But I've loved it. There's no travel, so as soon as I finish the session I still have some of my day left. I'd definitely study this way again."
Plus, wherever you are in the country, you can take part.
What am I committing to?
There are ten Zoom sessions: they'll run from 09.30 - 15.30
You'll book each session in agreement with your group: most of our students work full time and have busy lives. We find that agreeing each session three weeks to a month in advance (rather than setting dates for the year) means that more people attend and find it easier to manage their commitments.
You'll have coursework to complete: there are 8 assessments, a project, 6 pieces of product evidence (things you're probably using every day when you teach), 3 observations and 3 reflections.
There are three observations so you'll need to have access to some teaching hours throughout the course.
30 hours of teaching: you'll need to keep a record of 30 hours of teaching throughout the course. This can be groups, one to ones, on Zoom or something different. If you're not sure whether you can get enough teaching, talk to us.
Where can I use my Level 4 teaching qualification?
Voluntary and community sector organisations
Adult and community learning providers
Work based learning settings
Other public sector organisations
Armed and uniformed services
Prisons and offender learning institutes
How much will it cost?
You can pay up front, or you can pay £100 deposit then £100 every month on or before the 1st of every month via standing order.
When is the first session?
In January 2022.
When you book your place, we'll ask you for your preferred dates. Once we have the group confirmed, we'll select a day that works for everyone.
How do I book?
Please contact Amanda to book or get answers to any questions you may have.
A £100 deposit will secure your place on the course and we will send you everything you need in time for when you start.
You have until 17th December 2021 to book your place!
Can I see some reviews?
Here are some other recent comments from SKL Training students who have completed their Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training:
"My tutor was amazing. Her feedback is really fast and she goes out of her way to support you"
"The workbook was really easy to follow"
"I will keep my workbook on my desk now as it's fab to refer to when I need it"
"I loved learning at my own pace"
"I loved learning with a group and learnt from them as well as from the course"
"The feedback on my observations has been so useful to me in my development as a teacher"
"I'm on my fourth course with SKL Training and I'm now looking at what can be my fifth!"
Tagged as: adult learning, CET; CTLLS; level 4; career development, Covid safe learning, Teacher training; distance learning; workshops; CP
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