Train the Trainer (TTT)
Train the Trainer
Train the Trainer
The overall purpose of this course is to provide an introduction for those who want to delivery training to others. It is widely accepted as a recognised qualification that falls under the heading of “train the trainer” so it is useful for those in business, commerce, and industry as well as the public , private sector and HM Armed Forces. It would also be of advantage to those in the sport and leisure industry that want to hold a something that can prove they can deliver effective training.
Recently it was not necessary for Teachers in Further Education to hold formal teaching qualifications like a Certificate of Education, but that has now altered and the 6302 is a first step to towards gaining the required qualification standard. The 6302 Award has been designed to provide progression to the new 7304 City & Guilds Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector and the level 5 Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector. These qualifications bring together the required skills and knowledge to fill the newly named ‘Associate Teacher’ and ‘Full Teacher’ roles in the Lifelong Learning Sector.
All new trainers for these courses must achieve PTLLS (Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector) and City & Guilds 2886 Certificate for Deliverers of Conflict Management Training or equivalent to deliver Security and Close protection courses. However from September 2010 for you to deliver the Door Supervisors course, you will need to hold a recognised and accreitted Physical Intervention Qualification (e.g Maybo Train the Trainer Course)
Although this is a Level 3 qualification, and therefore similar to A level standard, there is no formal educational standard specified for course entry. It is however a course requirement for candidates to be able to present and produce their own work for assessment and take part in classroom discussion. Basic computer skills are also an advantage for this course, as we will correspond via email to support you during the training.
All our groups are small to ensure we give you support and guidance throughout, inclusive of ensuring the class bonds fast and enjoys the learning experience.
Once you have finished with us and worked with us to complete the Units and deliver the 30 min session, you will receive your certification in a matter of weeks, and therefore be fully qualified to deliver training or progress onto other courses (e.g 2886). We are a direct certification centre with City & Guilds, so therefore we have no 3rd party to go through.
Yes, but we are very different from colleges on our support and structure of the course. We complete the training in shorter amount of time and also our classes are smaller, to enable a more personalised approach to the support you will receive.
No, we have had all ages, cultures and experiences attend our courses. Delivering learning is not only down to knowledge but character and attitude, so we promote all ages to partake in training.
We don’t expect anyone to be the next Bill Gates, but a basic knowledge of email and word processing is an advantage as we don’t expect everyone to have high levels of ICT skills.
This numbering system used by City & Guilds can cause confusion. The current entry level teacher training qualification is the 6302 Award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector. More details on the current qualifications can be found at the City and Guilds website.
Our approach at Quell is to provide a professional, interesting and fun environment, were we eliminate pressure and deliver high standards to therefore ensure you leave with realistic skills. We have been training “Train the Trainer” packages for over 5 years and worked with all different organisations and individuals, to build a recognised reputation. For more information on any of the above, please do not hesitate to call us, and we are more than happy to answer any of your questions?