Applied Business Academy
Diploma in Education and Training
Level 5 Higher Education Program
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The DET qualification is recognized as one of the Initial Teacher Education (ITE) qualifications under Society for Education and Training (SET), and can lead to Qualified Teacher of Learning and Skills (QTLS) status.
Course Delivery and Support
Allocation of tutor with on-going support via email and telephone
We use a virtual learning environment, and candidates must complete all online courses within the portal.
£5800 per year
Skills you will gain
After finishing the course the students will be able to develop and demonstrate the knowledge of skills and attributes detailed below:
Knowledge of theories and principles for inclusive learning and teaching
Knowledge and critical understanding of strategies and support communication for assessment and meeting individual learning needs
Understanding of the concept and use of initial and diagnostic assessment
Knowledge of roles and responsibilities and relationship in education and training
Appreciate the importance of delivering the minimum core subject effectively
The ability to investigate good practice in your own subject area
Understanding of how to use study skills techniques to enhance the student experience
Be able to develop specialist delivery techniques
Be able to promote positive behaviour
Develop personal growth and engagement in learning
Ability to learn reflectively, develop skills and understand the limits of own knowledge
Ability to complete investigations and effectively communicate results
Potential future job roles
The qualifications in education and training have been developed for those intending to work in the post-16 education and training sector.
The spectrum of providers in the sector is immense, including further education colleges, adult and community education providers, offender education, work-based learning providers, the voluntary sector and a plethora of independent training organisations. There are over 4 million students in further education colleges alone.
Who could take this qualification?
The target audience is people who are or in aspire to be professionally involved with education and training such as:
Employers of teachers and trainers. This includes colleges of further education, independent training providers, local authorities, the third sector, the military, uniformed services, young offender institutions, prison education and the probation service
Human resource managers and line managers
Staff development managers
Newly employed teachers, trainers and existing staff
Course providers and teacher educators
Union branches and their branch-learning representatives
Those considering teaching as a career
Get ready with a superior advantage for your career
Diploma in Education and Training course curriculum
The City & Guilds Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training prepares trainee teachers and trainers to teach in a wide range of contexts.
To achieve the qualification, there is a requirement for your teaching practice to be observed and assessed on performance.
The qualification can meet the needs of a range of trainee teachers and trainers, including:
Individuals who are not currently teaching and training but who can meet the practice requirements, including the observed and assessed practice requirements of the qualification
Individuals who are currently teaching and training, including those who have just begun teaching and training and who can meet the practice requirements, including the observed and assessed practice requirements, of the qualification
Individuals currently working as assessors who wish to achieve a teaching qualification and who can meet the practice requirements, including the observed and assessed practice, of the qualification
BTEC Level 3 qualification in a related subject area
GCE Advanced Level profile demonstrating strong performance in a relevant subject (likely to be supported by GCSE grades at A* to C)
Other related Level 3 qualifications
Access to a higher education certificate or relevant work experience
Applicants must have access to 100 hours of teaching practice. Applicants must provide proof of having arranged a confirmed work placement
Non-native English speaking students or those who haven’t studied the final two years of school in English are required to demonstrate capability in English at a standard equivalent to IELTS 5.5 with a minimum of 5.0 awarded on individual sections
Structure of the Modules
|Minimum number of credits that must be achieved||120|
|Number of mandatory credits that must be achieved||75|
|Number of optional credits that must be achieved||45|
|Minimum number of credits that must be achieved at level 5||61|
|Teaching practice hours||100|
|Mandatory units||Level||Credit value||Guided learning hours|
|All units must be achieved from this group||4||20||65|
|Teaching, learning and assessment in education and training||5||20||65|
|Developing teaching, learning and assessment in education and training||5||20||60|
|Theories, principles and models in education and training||5||15||50|
|Wider professional practice and development in education and training|
|Optional units group|
|Teaching in a specialist area||4||15||50|
At Applied Business Academy, we tailor our training to suit your needs, and the cost of our training programmes always aim to exceed the value you get out of them. Depending on the course you choose, the duration and cost will differ. We have outlined the three possible ways to help you get the financial support to cover the cost of this course.
Funding and grants
Under our collaborative partnership with NESCOT, each successful applicant will be officially registered as a NESCOT student. Students will have access to all the teaching, learning and supporting facilities offered by the Academy.
Please speak to our course advisor to find out further if you qualify for this funding option.
The Academy is in the process of developing a partnership arrangement with NESCOT for higher education provision that will allow the Academy to deliver its courses. However, these arrangements are still in the final stages of negotiations.