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What is considered an accredited certification?

Accredited certifications help professionals educate themselves further in case they wish to change careers or upskill.  

Accredited certifications are considered to be any certifications or qualifications issued by an Awarding Body. In the UK this could be an accredited Certificate of Achievement, an Ofqual Regulated Qualification, or an industry-specific program that offers certification.

Qualification levels can be: Award, Certificate or Diploma and they correspond to a certain amount of guided learning hours or credit value. 

  • Award: Credit values of 1 to 12
  • Certificate: Credit values of 13 and 36
  • Diploma: Credit values of 37 credits or more

Award in Education and Training:

An award in Education and Training is a qualification that will equip teachers and facilitators with a “threshold license to teach”. It covers theory and practical aspects of teaching and gives the candidate the base skills needed to teach as well as pursue a more advanced, diploma in teaching.

What will you learn:

  • The theory and practice of teaching
  • To identify principles of learning, teaching, assessment and evaluation
  • Development of communication and interpersonal skills
  • Awareness of a professional role and responsibilities as a teacher
  • Lesson planning skills
  • How to motivate learners
  • Assessment methods and the need for record-keeping
  • Understanding and using inclusive teaching and learning approaches
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