Option 1 
Ref: CDCET5001 
Price is per online user of this course. EU applicable VAT will be added. 
This Pearson accredited BTEC Level 5 Diploma in Education & Training (DET) prepares trainee teachers and trainers to teach in a wide range of contexts. To achieve the qualification there is a requirement for teaching practice that requires observation and assessment of performance. 
Course Overview 
The Diploma in Education and Training online qualification can meet the needs of a range of trainee teachers and trainers, including: 
individuals who are not currently teaching and training but who can meet the practice requirements, including the observed and assessed practice 
requirements of the qualification 
individuals who are currently teaching and training, including those who have just begun teaching and training and who can meet the practice requirements, 
including the observed and assessed practice requirements, of the qualification 
individuals currently working as assessors who wish to achieve a teaching qualification and who can meet the practice requirements, including the 
observed and assessed practice, of the qualification. 
The online DET means that you can start at any time, and access the course materials and assessments at times to suit you. Most students complete the DET within 6 months. 
Students are required to complete 7 units that take a deeper look into the teaching theories and models, developing learning and assessment skills, developing and organising resources in a specialist area, wider professional development in education and training, and an Action Research Project. 
Students must be aged 19 and over, and should already be in a teaching position – you need to produce evidence of 100 hours of teaching practice (including 8 hours of observations of teaching practice) that are logged and signed off by their line manager. 
Teaching Practice and Observations 
You will need to produce evidence of 100 hours of teaching practice which will include 8 observations adding up to 8 hours. 
The 8 observations required for the Diploma in Education and Training are an assessment of the materials you create, your interactions with your learners and the professional discussions that occur between you the candidate and the assessor. 
The teaching hours can be completed anywhere but must be carried out by a qualified teacher, and evidence of development needs to be provided over a period of time. 
Remote observations are possible by virtual means i.e via webcam, however video evidence is not accepted, it must be live. You will need to explain why a direct observation was not possible. 
Course Contents 
The online course is comprised of seven units: 
Unit 1 – Teaching, Learning & Assessment in Education & Training 
65 hours Credits: 20 
Unit 2 – Theories, Principles & Models in Education & Training 
60 hours Credits: 20 
Unit 3 – Developing Teaching, Learning & Assessment in Education & Training 
65 hours Credits: 20 
Unit 4 – Wider Professional Practice & Development in Education Training 
50 hours Credits: 15 
Unit 5 – Action Research 
50 hours Credits: 15 
Unit 6 – Developing, Using & Organising Resources in a Specialist Area 
50 hours Credits: 15 
Unit 7 – Teaching in a Specialist Area 
50 hours Credits: 15 
Cost: £1200 
Option 3 
Ref: CDMOBS24 
The Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training is designed for those who are already working in the education field or for those who do not yet work in the field but have a lot of experience and want to formalise it with a formal certificate. The course is a 120-credit qualification approved by Qualifi, an Ofqual-accredited organisation. 
Through a combination of academic study and practical practise, students will develop the expertise and knowledge needed to achieve the standards during this course. Our 9 online modules will give the theoretical knowledge. During a placement in a real-world teaching role, the practical activity will be carried out. This can be a role that the student already has or one that they find throughout the course of their study with OBS, and it can be at a school, college, or community organisation - the only requirement is that there must be a mentor at the placement who can support and verify the students work. 
A combination of 9 online multiple-choice examinations and 7 written assignments will be used to assess this curriculum. These written assignments will be divided into several parts, each of which will include a Part A and a Part B. Part A will be based on academic content found on the internet, while Part B will be based on the student's own personal experiences during their teaching placement. Parts A and B can be performed independently, so students won't need to wait for a teaching placement to start working on their written tasks. They will, however, require a placement to finish them. 
This course will prepare students to teach in a variety of settings. Students will be able to organise and implement schemes of work, develop teaching and learning strategies, and teach effectively in public and private schools, colleges, and universities in many countries across the world after successfully completing this course. 
Once students have completed this course and obtained their QTLS, we have teamed with T15 International to assist students in finding their ideal teaching position. 
Package Includes 
University 2nd Year (Level 5) Full Course Materials and Assignments 
Also includes 
Unlimited tutor support 
Recognised Ofqual Qualification 
Option 2 
Ref: CDKOL002 
Course Summary 
This TQUK Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training course will give you a solid foundation in the abilities you'll need to advance in the profession and obtain a recognised credential. The Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training (DET), formerly known as the DTLLS (Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector), is designed for persons who are already employed in teaching, training, or tutoring. 
Who should complete this course? 
Those who want to learn about the theories, frameworks, and research that underpin effective teaching and learning while also developing practical teaching skills and are currently teaching and want their experience and practice to be recognised. Those who are not currently teaching but can meet the minimum teaching practice requirement of 100 hours and are able to complete a long qualification, lasting one to two years 
How will I study? 
This qualification will take around 1200 hours to complete. These hours can be completed at your own pace to fit your schedule; most people will complete this qualification in 12-15 months, but some will finish sooner. 
This qualification is evaluated in a variety of ways to assist you in achieving: 
You've made eight observations on your teaching groups (minimum 5 students). Your tutor or another teacher serving as an expert witness can complete these observations. 
Teaching experience in a classroom for 100 hours. It will be necessary to keep track of your teaching hours. 
There are no formal qualifications for admission. Employers may require learners to be vetted by the Disclosure and Barring Service (previously the Criminal Records Bureau) if they intend to work with learners who are covered by these requirements (CRB). It is the obligation of the learner to seek advice from their employer on this. 
Students must meet the following basic requirements: 
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. 
£1,600 if paid in full 
£800 if paid over two months 
£400 if paid over 4 months 
Pay in 6 instalments – £267 
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