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What is the Ptlls course now called?

What is the Ptlls course now called?

The PTLLS qualification has now been replaced with the AET (Award in Education and Training). This course, the foundation level for teaching is aimed at those looking to work (or currently working as a teaching assistant) in an adult teaching or training role in the lifelong learning sector.

Can I teach with a Ptlls qualification?

PTLLS stands for Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector and is the first step for those wishing to become a qualified educator. Obtaining a PTLLS qualification or the equivalent is required of all teachers to be able to teach in Level 3, post-compulsory education (students over the age of 16).

How long does it take to complete Ptlls?

The course is made up of three core units and requires three classroom days of attendance. Consisting of a combination of: Taught lectures. Lesson Planning.

Is Ptlls valid?

That’s because the original three teaching qualifications: PTLLS, CTLLS and DTLLS have been replaced by AET, CET and DET, respectively. These are: Level 3 Award in Education and Training (AET)

Is PTLLS a diploma?

The PTLLS is currently the lowest of the teaching qualifications specifically for this sector of education, with others being the QCF Level 3/4 Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (CTLLS) and the QCF Level 5 Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (DTLLS) qualifications.

Is PTLLS the same as AET?

Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) was the previous version of the current Award in Education and Training (AET). The Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (CTLLS) was the previous version of the current Certificate in Education and Training (CET).

How many credits is PTLLS?

12 credits
Level 3 Award in Education & Training (AET) and PTLLS However, the content of the units is very similar and both have 12 credits.

What type of qualification is PTLLS?

level 3 teaching qualification
PTLLS stands for ‘Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector’. It is a nationally-recognised qualification needed for starting your teaching career. PTLLS is widely recognised as the name of the level 3 teaching qualification, but the name has recently been changed to the Award in Education and Training (AET).

Can you teach without a degree UK?

Teaching without a degree It can also be possible to teach without a degree as academies, free schools, independent schools and further education (FE) colleges don’t always require QTS. However, having a degree can improve your career prospects and help you move between schools.

How can I become a teacher without going to university?

You can work as an unqualified teacher in a secondary school/further education while training part-time or you can complete a University or College course such as the Professional Certificate in Education (PCE) or the Certificate of Education (CertEd), which both meet the requirements of Level 5 DET.

Can I be a teacher without a degree UK?