We are now offering VTCT Level 3 Award in Education and Training
The VTCT Level 3 Award in education and training is a qualification for anybody that is interested in a teaching career in further education. This qualification is ideal for beauty therapists who would like to deliver and/or write their own beauty courses.
This qualification has been accredited by the Regulated Qualifications Framework. The only prerequisite requirement you need is to be qualified in the subject you aspire to teach.
This course covers:
✨ Lesson preparation, planning and design
✨ Teaching delivery skills
✨Evaluation skills and techniques
✨Roles and responsibilities of a teacher
✨Inclusive teaching and understanding of different learnings styles
✨Understanding the different assessments methods and requirements for record keeping
Who supports this qualification?
This qualification provides a strong introduction to teaching. Once completed, you will be able to progress on to and become a beauty lecturer/tutor, write your own beauty courses or open your own beauty training academy.
The VTCT Level 3 Award in education and training can lead you to VTCT Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement. As well as the VTCT Level 4 Award in understanding the internal quality assurance of assessment processes and practice.
What is VTCT?
VTCT stands for ‘Vocational Training Charitable Trust’. It is a specialist awarding and assessment organisation offering vocational and technical qualifications in a range of service sectors.
VTCT is officially recognised by Ofqual.
Ofqual are the UK Office reporting directly to the UK Parliament for qualifications and regulation.
There are more than 2,000 approved centres worldwide… and now we are one of them!
What is a NVQ?
NVQs are qualifications that are usually completed in a realistic working environment. One of the benefits of an NVQ is that the student can prove their competency through demonstration and assessment.
Level 2 NVQs are equivalent to 4-5 GCSE grades.
Level 3 NVQs are equivalent to 2 A levels.
A key part of your course will include proving that you can do certain work-related tasks. During the course, you will be assessed through your portfolio, where you build evidence of the work you have done, and by observation, where an assessor watches you work and checks that you can perform the necessary tasks.
How will I be assessed?
This qualification can be completed in as little as 12-16 weeks but you have up to 12 months to fully finish the course.
You will need a good understanding of basic computer skills to complete your coursework & use Zoom for your assessment.
All material for your qualification will be uploaded to our e-learning platform. This can be accessed and completed from anywhere. You will complete all your unit assignments on computer and submit them to us for marking.
You will also plan, design and deliver two short micro-teaching sessions, one of which will form your final assessment and be delivered over Zoom with the Assessor.