Faq

It depends on the course, if you contact us we will be happy to advise you on the course entry requirements. You can start anytime.

Anyone working in schools or college or wanting to have a teaching qualification, which could include people who assess apprenticeships and vocational qualifications.

Most courses are completed within 3 to 12 months, but you will have up to a year to complete. The structure is flexible so you can work at your own pace.

You can pay in full, upfront by bacs on PayPal or in instalments by standing order or telephone payment.

We have a range of resources to aid you with your studies including power point presentations, hand-outs, videos and assignments.

All courses involves written assignments, professional discussions, teaching practice, practical assessments and observations. For level 3 Education and Training you will need micro teach, for level 4 & 5 Education and Training you will need to have some teaching practice. For CAVA and IQA you will need to assess a minimum of two people. The IQA level 4 will involve additional practical assessments. You will need to arrange your own placements. Regarding learning hours, its different from course to course but after completion you will receive an award, certificate or diploma depending on the number of credits you did on your course.

Qualified tutors’ will support you throughout the course providing support, feedback and guidance. This will be in addition to a range of online resources.

You will be given a login with which you will be able to access a range of learning materials. Completed assignments will be uploaded in word format to the platform.

On completion of the course, you will receive your certificate within a maximum of 6 weeks.

We work with two national awarding organisations; NCFE and Training Qualification UK (TQUK).