In association with KMF Training, I am pleased to announce that you can now work towards the Award in Education and Training (AET) qualification online.
KMF Training will assess and quality assure the qualifications, who are an approved centre with the Highfield Awarding Body.
I have created the content of the online modules and the downloadable resources.
The price is £495 inclusive of VAT and everything listed in the bullet points below.
The full amount is payable in advance via the KMF Training website via PayPal (you don’t need a PayPal account to make a purchase).
You can also pay in two monthly instalments of £247.50 inclusive of VAT by invoice, please contact KMF Training directly for this option.
Me with Chris Vaines of KMF Training.
You can work through the online modules at your own pace. Each takes between 1-3 hours depending upon the content and how fast you work. The average number of hours is 48, and you can spread this out however you wish, over a six month period.
The level 3 AET course is your entry level course to teaching and training. It is aimed at individuals who work, or who are aiming to work, in the further education, skills and training sector i.e. in any teaching environment with learners aged 14 and over.
It is ideal for anyone who doesn’t have any teaching or training experience yet, and/or needs to gain an introductory teaching qualification.
The course has been written by Ann Gravells and developed by KMF Training and Consultancy Ltd. The course is mapped to the qualification content and is on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) at level 3. Scroll to the end of the page to download a cross-referencing grid.
This course offers the convenience of remote online learning so that it can be completed anytime and anywhere.
Content written by Ann Gravells
Modules can be completed at your pace; anywhere and anytime*
20 interactive and comprehensive e-learning modules developed by KMF Training (scroll down for details), along with an introduction module
Over 20 custom developed videos narrated by Ann Gravells
60 downloadable resources for you to use and keep (worth over £60 - for personal use only)
A downloadable copy of the e-book ‘The Award in Education and Training’ by Ann Gravells
A fully supported course hosting site (KMF Training will handle access and password resets)
6 months initial access to the course**
Quizzes to check knowledge
Access to an exclusive online LinkedIn group managed by Ann Gravells and KMF Training***
A dedicated course assessor
Remote observation of your micro-teach session
Online support via dedicated email
An individual record of achievement for each module as you progress through them
A nationally recognised Ofqual approved certificate for the Level 3 Award in Education and Training (providing you have successfully achieved the requirements)
Awarding organisation registration and certification fees with Highfield Awarding Body
* Online content requires an internet connection.
** 6 months standard access will be provided to you. Based on the initial assessment, individual action plan or any other learning needs, this could be extended
*** The online LinkedIn group is available for all learners who have enrolled onto an Assessment, IQA, EQA and Teacher/Trainer CPD module or course. This group is to share knowledge, practice and ideas about the course content.
You must be aged 19 or above
You must have a basic understanding of English, maths, and information & computing technology (ICT)
The course content will cover the following units:
Understanding roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training.
Understanding and using inclusive teaching and learning approaches in education and training.
Understanding assessment in education and training.
Please scroll down to see the list of the online modules, with the course content for each.
This course will be assessed by completion of a workbook/portfolio of evidence and a micro-teach session. All evidence is assessed and quality assured by experienced and qualified staff from KMF Training.
The micro-teach session will demonstrate your ability to deliver training (to a minimum of three learners, for a minimum of 15 minutes), and to create the required documentation to support this; such as a session plan and self-evaluation. The session must be recorded and you will be provided with a private link to upload the recording and supporting documents.
A total of one hour must be devoted to your own session and to providing feedback for other micro-teach sessions (i.e. you deliver a 15 minute session and provide feedback for 3 other 15 minute micro-teach sessions, or you deliver a 30 minute session and provide feedback for one other). You will receive further guidance regarding this during the course.
You will receive feedback from your assessor within 24 hours of submission of your work.
The IQA will endeavour to have carried out the necessary quality assurance activities within two weeks.
Once all course work, assessments and quality assurance activities have taken place (and you have been successful), KMF Training will make a claim for your certificate. Paper certificates can take up to 30 days to be sent out to KMF Training and then forwarded to you.
When you commence the course, you can join our exclusive LinkedIn group.
This is a great opportunity to discuss various topics with other participants (past and present).
You can ask questions directly to me and to Chris Vaines of KMF Training.
You can remain a member afterwards.
There are 20 modules (plus an introduction module) which take between 1-3 hours to complete, depending upon the content and how fast you work - see below.
• Teaching roles • Teaching responsibilities • The teaching, learning and assessment cycle • Boundaries of teaching • Wider professional practice • Working with other professionals • Examples of working with others • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes four downloadable resources: Table of roles and responsibilities, Boundaries of teaching, Tips for new teachers and trainers, The quality cycle
• Legislation • Legislation: examples • Regulatory requirements • Regulatory requirements: examples • Codes of practice • Codes of practice: examples • Policies and procedures • Policies and procedures: examples • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes one downloadable resource: Safeguarding, The Prevent Duty and British Values
• What is communication? • Ways to communicate with learners and others • Speaking, listening, reading, writing • Verbal communication • Non-verbal communication • Written communication • Barriers to communication • Meeting individual learner needs • Berne’s (1961) Transactional Analysis theory • Interpersonal and intrapersonal skills
• Emotional intelligence • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes three downloadable resources: A checklist for verbal, non-verbal and written communication, Working with a learning support assistant, Table of verbal and non-verbal examples of communication
• Teaching and learning approaches • Facilitating learning • Assessment • Assessment approaches • Making decisions • Providing constructive feedback to learners • Summary quiz • Website list • Reading list
Includes six downloadable resources: Table of teaching and learning approaches, Starter and closing activities, Facilitating group learning, Facilitating individual learning, Extension activities, Table of assessment approaches
• How does learning occur? • Learning preferences • Fleming’s VARK • Honey & Mumford's learning styles • Pedagogy and andragogy: Knowles • Retention of learning: Pike • Domains of learning: Bloom • Conditions of learning: Gagne • Sensory theory: Laird • Experiential theory: Kolb • Humanistic: Rogers • Behaviourism: Skinner • Cognitivism: Piaget • Constructivism: Vygotsky • Pragmatism: Dewey • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes one downloadable resource: Table of objectives: over 150 different objectives at different levels
• The curriculum • What is a scheme of work? • What influences the content? • Aims and objectives • Devising a rationale for a scheme of work • Creating a scheme of work • Using a scheme of work • Group profile • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes seven downloadable resources: Scheme of work template, A completed example of the scheme of work template, Rationale template, A completed example of the rationale template, A group profile template, A complete example of a group profile template, Table of objectives at different levels
• Designing a session plan • Types of plans • Aspects to consider when planning a session • Aims and objectives • Teaching and learning activities • Assessment activities • Resources • Timings • Adapting plans • Learner feedback • Reading list • Website list
Includes six downloadable resources: Template session plan, Completed example of the session plan template, Example of a five-minute session pan, Example of a three-stage session plan, Table of objectives at different levels, A workshop plan template
• The induction process • Creating an induction checklist • Using icebreakers • Types of icebreaker • Energisers • Establishing ground rules • Maintaining ground rules • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes three downloadable resources: An induction checklist, Icebreaker example one, Icebreaker example two
• Planning to meet the needs of learners • Initial and diagnostic assessment • Examples of initial and diagnostic assessment activities • Individual learning plans (ILPs) • Agreeing individual learning plans • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes two downloadable resources: Initial and diagnostic template, Individual learning plan template
• Identifying learner needs • Information, advice and guidance (IAG) • How to identify learner needs • Examples of learner needs • Meeting learner needs • Points of referral • Maintaining a safe and supportive learning environment • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes one downloadable resource: List of potential needs, barriers and challenges which learners may face, with example points of referral
• Different teaching and learning environments • Room layouts • Physical, social and learning aspects • Health, safety and learner welfare • Motivation • Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes two downloadable resources: A table giving examples of how to meet the physical, social and learning environment aspects, SfA Learner Health, safety and welfare
• What is appropriate behaviour of the teacher? • What is appropriate behaviour of learners? • Ways to improve appropriate behaviour • Respect • Ways to improve respect • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes one downloadable resource: Attitudes affecting behaviour, Betari’s cycle of conflict
• What are resources? • Examples of resources • Electronic and online resources • People as a resource • Meeting the individual needs of learners when using resources • Using resources • Adapting resources • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes four downloadable resources: Table listing 100 resources, Hints and tips for using handouts and presentations, The teacher’s toolkit, Assistive resources
• The role of technology in teaching and learning • Examples of using technology • Flipped learning • Meeting individual needs • BYOD – bring your own device • Synchronous and asynchronous learning • Social networking and social media Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes three downloadable resources: How to stay safe online, List of technologies, Advantages and disadvantages of using technology
• Why provide opportunities for learners to practice these skills? • Terminology • How to provide opportunities for learners to practice their skills in: English, Maths, ICT and Wider Skills • British values • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes one downloadable resource: Employability and employment skills
• What is equality? • The Equality Act (2010) • Protected Characteristics • Types of discrimination • What is diversity? • Valuing equality and advancing diversity • Ways to promote equality and value diversity • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes six downloadable resources: Identifying inequality, Glossary of terms, Ways to promote inclusion, Learner differences, Ways to promote and advance equality, Equality and diversity checklist
• What is a micro-teach session? • Questions to ask in advance • Planning • Preparing • Delivering (the beginning, middle and ending sections, with tips) • What makes a good session? • Evaluating • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes five downloadable resources: A checklist to help you plan and deliver a micro-teach session, A session plan template, A completed example of the session plan template, A self-evaluation template, A completed example of the self-evaluation template
• Observed practice • Mentor and peer support • Teaching practice • Preparing for the observation • Tips • During the observation • Tips • After the observation • Tips • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes two downloadable resources: A teaching practice log template, A completed example of the teaching practice log template with examples of evidence
• What is the minimum core? • Demonstrating the minimum core • Evidencing the minimum core when: planning; delivering; assessing; and using resources • Improving your personal skills • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes one downloadable resource: Minimum core personal skills checklist
• What is self-evaluation? • Obtaining feedback • What is reflective practice? • What is evaluation? • Kolb’s experiential learning cycle • Continuing Professional Development (CPD) • Maintaining CPD • Professional associations • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list
Includes six downloadable resources: Reflective learning journal template, Completed example of a reflective learning journal template, Personal development plan, Completed example of a personal development plan, CPD record, completed example of a CPD record
Click on the 'Teaching' box to download and see how the content of the online course meets the qualification's assessment criteria.
If you have any questions, please contact Chris Vaines at KMF Training who will be happy to help. Tel 01226 720 700