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PTLLS Training Course

Locations:  

London & Birmingham

Price: 

Levels 3 & 4 £449 + vat

Duration:  

4 weeks Saturdays (approx)

 

6 Weeks Tuesdays (approx)

Times:  

11am- 4pm Saturdays,

 

6pm - 9pm Tuesday eve

Class Size:  

Maximum 15 Students

Certificate:  

PTLLS (Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector)

  • PTLLS Training Course
  • Course Contents
  • Assessment Criteria
  • Course Dates
  • FAQ's

PTTLS Training Course

Are you trained and qualified in a skill that you would like to train others in? Maybe you’re a hairdresser, an artist or a tradesman. You could significantly raise your earning potential by undertaking a PTLLS course with Train to Teach. Trainers typically get paid between £15- £40 per hour. This course is also ideal for this wishing to earn extra money doing a few hours a week training.

 

What is PTLLS
Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector. The Award provides an introduction to teaching and training adults. They allow learners to learn knowledge and skills required to enter teaching.

 

Why should I take this course?
All organisations offering training that are funded by the Government, either directly or indirectly, will require their teachers to have a PTLLS (Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector) certificate. In other words nearly all deliverers of learning will be required to have this qualification it will be needed by those providing learning in workplaces and colleges.

 

Call us on 0207 096 5011 (London) 0121 270 6209 (Birmingham) for more details or our information Pack.

 

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Course Syllabus

Unit 1 - Understanding Roles and Responsibilities
Unit 2 - Appropriate Teaching & Learning Practices
Unit 3 - Planning Sessions
Unit 4 - Inclusive Learning
Unit 5 - Assessment and Administration

    PTLLS Assessment Criteria

        • short portfolio of evidence,

        • practical skills demonstrations,

        • recorded question and answers

        • Micro Teach (Candidates are required to undertake a minimum of 30 minutes micro-teaching (delivery of a teaching session to peers in a learning setting) or teaching practice)

Next Saturday PTLLS Training Course Dates

Saturday 24th May 2014

Saturday 28th June 2014

 

Next Tuesday Evening PTLLS Training Course Dates

Tuesday 27th May 2014

Tuesday 15th July 2014

 

How can I book this course? Just choose a date from our forthcoming dates and then pay your deposit and we will book you onto the course.

What is the deposit for this course? 25% of the course price (inc vat)which needs to be paid upon enrollment to secure your place and enable us to send out your documentation.

When does payment need to be made by? You can pay the remainder of the course fees within 1 week of your course.

Can I get insurance with this certificate? Yes you will be able to get public liability insurance of up to £5m

 

I'm just starting out do I need PTLLS at level 4?
The first step for all people teaching in the lifelong learning sector is to complete the PTLLS course. This can be done before starting to teach or during the first year in employment. This can be completed at L3 or 4, but we now strongly recommend that people do L4 since some funders, awarding bodies and therefore employers are requiring teachers to have a L4 qualification. You can currently progress to CTLLS or DTLLS with a L3 PTLLS qualification.

 

What course can I study after this course?
The route through the qualifications is that everyone does PTLLS and then either CTLLS or DTLLS depending on their teaching role. You do not have to do all three qualifications. There are no further mandatory qualifications after DTLLS although you could study at master's level if you choose to.

 

What is Teaching?
`Teachers` means anyone who is responsible for planning and carrying out teaching or learning delivery with a learner irrespective of the number of hours they do or their job title. Teaching’ includes: tutoring, training, instructing, lecturing, facilitating, teaching literacy, numeracy, skills for life or job skills.

 

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