The Level 3 Award in Education in Training is perfect as an introduction to teaching which is recommended with the Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement. With these qualifications, you are straight away ready to work as a Freelance trainer. You can teach any course or qualification you hold yourself.
The best thing about freelance training is that it allows you to start in the industry without giving up your jobs to get a taster for what it's like in the industry.
Maybe you fancy starting up on your own and running your own training academy or bolting training onto an existing business you currently have. You can teach in the classroom and online.
With the Level 3 Award in Education and Training, you can work in private training sectors and in colleges and University.
If you’re already working in a large company, you can become a training manager by achieving the Level 3 Award in Education and Training or the Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training. Training managers arrange and run training programmes in businesses and organisations. As a training manager, you would:
You'll need expertise in your subject area in order to teach students. Teaching methods include lectures, seminars, tutorials, practical demonstrations, field work and e-learning. Multimedia technologies are becoming increasingly used. You don’t actually need to be qualified to be a lecturer but its recommended that you hold the Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training, if you secure a position unqualified, it is expected that you work towards the Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training or PGCE.
As a secondary school teacher you can teach a subject you love and engage pupils in learning and preparing for their future. As a secondary school teacher you'll teach pupils aged 11 to 18. Specialising in a particular subject, you'll plan, teach and assess lessons in line with curriculum objectives.
To work as a secondary school teacher in a maintained school (England and Wales), you must have a degree and achieve qualified teacher status (QTS). You can qualify for a secondary school teacher to teach post 14 learners with the Level 5 Diploma in Education in Training instead, but it's at the discretion of the school to whether they will accept this.