The main objective of the Level 4 Award in Learning and Development is to allow those working in learning and development to further develop their knowledge and skills as practitioners and/or managers.
The main objective of this qualification is to provide learners with the knowledge and skills to facilitate learning and development with either groups or individuals.
The main objective of these qualifications is to provide learners with the knowledge and skills to integrate the use of ICT in Early Years’ learning.
This suite of qualifications has been designed for learning and development practitioners who externally quality assure the assessment of qualifications.
The aim of this qualification is to develop new and existing teachers’ skills to prepare them for work in a wide range of educational contexts. This qualification is being withdrawn, please see the qualification page for more information.
The main objective of this qualification is to recognise and develop the skills of those who deliver and manage learning provision.
The aim of this qualification is to develop learners’ skills in practical teaching skills and prepare them for work in a wide range of educational contexts.
The qualification provides an introduction to teaching and the roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training.
These qualifications will enable the learner to update and continue professional development, and to develop knowledge and skills relevant to internal quality assurance.
The Level 3 Certificate in Learning and Development has been designed to meet the initial and continuing professional development needs of the learning and development practitioner.
All of the qualifications include a unit that covers the essential knowledge and understanding that assessors need. In addition, three of the qualifications include one or more units that describe competent assessment practice.