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The Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training qualification is equivalent to the Certificate of Education (CertEd). Additionally, it is equivalent to the second year of a bachelor’s degree in the UK.
Level 4 qualifications are regarded as advanced learning and are equivalent to the first year of a bachelor’s degree.
Level 4 qualifications are equivalent to A level and other equivalent qualifications.
You can advance to further vocational study and earn a Bachelor of Arts in Education or a BA in Education (BEd). Besides these progression opportunities, you can also enhance your resume and increase your chances of getting hired. Additionally, with a level 5 diploma, you can apply for Qualified Teacher Status (QTLS)
BTEC Firsts are Level 2 qualifications, which are the same as GCSE coursework. The level of BTEC Nationals is Level 3, which is the same as A-level study. BTEC Higher Nationals are at the same academic level as the first two years of a degree program (Level 4/5 studies).
This witness testimony must be provided by an expert with a Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training for Level 5 and a Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training for Level 4. For an additional charge of £250 + VAT for 8 hours (level 5) and £175 + VAT for 4 hours (level 4), if you’d prefer, we can also assist you by providing an expert witness.
A series of assessments will be used to evaluate you, including the submission of assignments and a practical teaching evaluation that will gauge your overall skills and knowledge gained while undertaking the course.
Each course consists of different learning hours depending on the levels;
BTEC Level 3 Award in Education and Training
Total Qualification Time (TQT): 120
Guided Learning Hours (GLH): 48
BTEC Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training
Total Qualification Time (TQT): 360
Guided Learning Hours (GLH): 140
BTEC Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training
Total Qualification Time (TQT): 1200
Guided Learning Hours (GLH): 360
This course is accredited by NCFE, making it widely recognised and accepted across all international platforms.
This course is independently accredited by NCFE and regulated by Ofqual. It is a nationally recognised qualification that will help you pave your path to higher education and fulfil the entry requirements of any skilled-oriented job.
For each part of the award, students must complete a number of brief assignments. You will be given a specific amount of assignments to submit, depending on the training level.
You will receive an email with your login information once you have successfully registered for the course. This will provide you access to your online training course and the course materials.
This course will be internally graded by the course instructor and the overall qualification grade is “pass.”
It is not necessary to have finished the level 3 award in education and training or the level 4 certificate in education and training before enrolling in the level 5 course.
The Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training will provide you with the opportunity and skills to apply for QTLS, while it does not automatically grant you this status.
You have a year to access this course, so you can complete it at your own pace and convenience.
With no time limit on completion, our online courses are accessible for life. With a safe internet connection, every course is fully accessible from a tablet, phone, or laptop.
You will be able to order the NCFE-accredited certificate, which is governed by Ofqual, after completing the assignments and the teaching assessment.
Education and training levels differ in the depth of knowledge and skills acquired. Level 3 is foundational, Level 4 is subject-specific, and Level 5 is for higher expertise. Completing Level 5 can lead to Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills status. To be able to teach Level 2, one must undertake Level 3; for both Level 2 and 3, Level 4 must be completed; and for all three levels, one must take Level 5.
QTS is for teaching up to age 16, while QTLS covers beyond that. QTS is necessary for teaching young students, while QTLS is ideal for teaching at a higher education level. QTS requires an intensive course with work practice, while QTLS requires sector competence and 100 hours of teaching experience.