Level 3 Education and Training (EAT)

Highfield

Course Benefits

Course delegates will become qualified trainers on completion of the EAT Level 3 qualification and the qualification is recognised throughout the UK. The qualification can provide a competitive advantage in the job market when looking for training jobs.  Organisations wishing to obtain Government funding for training or tendering for Government training contracts, will often require qualified training staff with the EAT Level 3 training qualification.  The EAT qualification can provide your organisation with a competitive edge for business development and in turn increase levels of staff motivation.

Features

  • Design and deliver fully Inclusive teaching/training sessions
  • Evaluate training sessions
  • Creating effective lesson plans
  • Teaching/Training Roles and Responsibilities
  • Training Legislative requirements
  • Motivating Learners
  • Promoting and Embedding Essential Skills
  • Providing constructive and meaningful feedback

 Course Overview

This is the entry level for any trainer wanting to achieve an accredited training qualification to prove their training skills. Training is provided over 5 days and is offered through a range of flexible training options, i.e. 1 day a week for 5 weeks.  The training is offered through 2 training bodies, namely, Highfields Accredited Body for Compliance (HABC) and The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH). A Micro Teach and course assignments need to be passed to successfully complete the course.

Level 3 EAT has a few extra requirements when comparing the course to PTTLS Level 3. The extra requirements are predominantly to do with Literacy and Numeracy , which are requirements for the written assignments.

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