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Roles Of A Teacher

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Teaching is a dynamic profession which constantly evolves and changes from group to group and individual to individual. In light of this a successful teacher will have to consider what roles they have both within and outside of the classroom. ...

Learner Profile - L3 Award in Education and Training

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Pam Kumar recently completed the Level 3 Award in Education and Training course with Train Aid at our training centre in Birmingham. Pam was already teaching before she attended the course at Selly Oak Trust School for special needs students, but...

The Teaching Cycle

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Stage 1Identifying the learning needs It is always a good start to work out the requirements of individual learners before a course begins. This is essential as it could put pressure on both student and teacher at the start of the class / course....

L3 AET Assessment Process

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Practical Each candidate is required to deliver a 15 minute micro lesson on a subject of their choice to their peers. This presented on the third / final day of the training course. This is an important part of the course as it proves a...

Welcome to the Award in Education and Training (AET)

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The level 3 Award in Education and Training (AET) Course is the updated version of the old Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) program. The course aims to prepare learners towards becoming a teacher / trainer in the post 16...

Enjoy the sun, avoid the sunburn

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Spring has finally sprung and the sun is finally shining. When you’re outside enjoying the weather it can be easy to forget the power of the sun’s rays, leading to painful sunburn. Sunburn is caused by overexposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation,...

Essential items in a travel first aid kit

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Whilst being outside and exploring is a fun way for children to spend their time, sometimes these activities can lead to accidents. Common injuries that can occur include cuts and grazes, bumps to the head, sprains and foreign objects in the eye....

What is a Febrile Seizure?

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As a carer of a child, seizures can be one of the most frightening things to deal with. Often they are unexpected and the child shows no other signs of obvious illness. Febrile seizures are common in children between six months and three years old...

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