Option 1 
Ref: CDCOM001 
What is the course? 
The Level 3 Award in Education and Training (AET) gives you the knowledge you need to teach. It is a nationally recognised qualification, accredited through Open College Network West Midlands Region. We’ve combined AET with the Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (CAVA), which is the course you need if you want to become an educational assessor. Once you have completed this, you’ll have a teaching AND an assessing qualification. 
Who is it for? 
AETCAVA is ideal for teachers, tutors, trainers or anyone planning to deliver sessions and assess qualifications. We have helped chefs, beauty therapists, support workers, business development professionals, health and safety trainers, nurses, hairdressers, job coaches, HR managers and in-house trainers become more effective teachers and assessors in their field. 
I’m not actually teaching, training or doing any sort of delivery at the moment though… 
That’s fine for AET because the only observation you’ll have is a microteach session. This is a 15-minute session that you will deliver to your tutor and a group on a subject of your choice. You’ll receive feedback and you’ll do the same for others. It’s a bit nerve wracking, like any assessment, but it’s an excellent opportunity to get feedback on your teaching and to see how others deliver. 
What about the assessing side of the course? 
For CAVA, it’s important that you’re occupationally competent in the area you’d like to assess, which means that if you want to assess retail NVQs, you’ll need to have worked in retail within the last 10 years. You also need to be already working with at least one learner because we will need to observe you in the workplace with them. We can give you advice and guidance if you’re not sure about either of these elements. 
I want to do this through distance learning! How will the microteach work for me? 
In one of two ways. You can either send in a video of you carrying out your microteach, or you can arrange to take part in one group session with other delegates either in person or by Skype/Facetime. This will of course depend on where you are based and what cohorts are taking place when you’re ready to do your microteach. 
How much time will it take? 
Around 78 guided learning hours. If you have chosen distance learning, you can work through as quickly as you wish. There are a variety of ways that the classroom version can be structured, plus your tutor will observe you in your workplace. 
You will have up to 9 months to complete the work for this combined course. 
Classroom group learning 
From £1000 
Distance learning (you have up to 12 months to complete) 
Option 2 
Ref: CDKOL002 
Assessor and Teaching Bundle 
Two qualifications are included in our assessor and teaching bundle that will assist you if you work in the further education sector. You can become a qualified assessor and associate teacher with this assessor and teaching bundle. You can fulfil these separately, but you will receive a discount if you accomplish both. 
Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (CAVA) 
The only assessor certificate that allows you to practice as a fully certified assessor is the TQUK Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (CAVA). It's also known as the TAQA (Training, Assessment, and Quality Assurance), although the TAQA has been phased out in favour of the CAVA, which also replaces the A1/2 and D32/33 assessor qualifications. 
The assessor qualification is meant to give students the skills and information they need to properly evaluate other students' vocational achievements. Learners who are teaching, coaching, or training who need to assess vocational skills on-the-job or in a training company, FE College, Adult Learning Service, or a company's internal training department should pursue this certificate. It's also appropriate for part-time learners who want to branch out into training and assessment. 
Level 3 Award in Education and Training (RQF, Teacher Training) 
This TQUK Level 3 Award in Education and Training will teach you the skills and attributes you'll need to become a competent teacher and create a thriving learning environment. 
Individuals who want to work or are presently working in Further Education Colleges, Independent Training Providers, or Local Authorities would benefit from this nationally recognised certificate, which will provide an introduction to teaching. 
Who is this qualification for?  
Anyone who wants to improve their skills to train and assess others can purchase this assessor and teacher package. The Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement and the Level 3 Award in Education and Training are both required certifications that grant you the titles of "Associate Teacher" and "Qualified Assessor." 
This certificate is for people who desire to work in schools or in the workplace. 
How will I study?  
Workbooks, a portfolio of evidence, and observation of vocational competence will be used to assess the qualification. A 15-minute micro-teach will be expected of you, and your tutor will assist you with this. Each learner must provide portfolio evidence for each unit that indicates achievement of all learning outcomes and assessment criteria. 
The amount of time it takes you to finish the framework is totally dependent on your commitment and motivation to complete the assignments. Learners usually finish both of these credentials in 6 to 12 months. 
1. Choose and pay for your course over the internet. 
2. Fill out the registration form and attach your photo ID. 
3. Within 24 hours, you will receive a new login. 
4. Submit your work and earn your credential. 
£850 if you pay in whole. 
£425 if paid over two months 
£213 if paid over 4 months 
Pay in 6 instalments – £142 
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