Security Industry Authority Approved Trainer’s Training:-
Btec Level 3 Advanced Cert in Training & Presenting
What is the BTEC Advanced Award in Training and Presenting?
The award is an NVQ level 3 in training and development. It has been designed to enable the assessment of a candidates ability to design and deliver learning programmes, monitor own performance and development and to identify the needs of the learner.
How is the award achieved?
An NVQ is achieved by the assessment of your ability to carry out a series of tasks (performance criteria) and to ascertain your competence in those particular areas. During the course and for ten weeks after completion of the course, you will be assessed on your ability to carry out the following:
N.B. More information on these areas can be obtained by logging on to www.edexcel.org.uk. Click on qualifications, NVQ, learning and development, level 3 learning and development, candidates guidance and log book.
How will I be assessed?
What do I do with the evidence I have gathered?
All evidence that you submit is collated into a portfolio. The portfolio will be indexed and clearly marked to show which particular task it relates to. Some of the evidence will cover more than one Unit and should be indexed accordingly. (See Assessment Schedule)
How long does the course and the qualification take?
The course is broken down into three stages:
What qualifications or experience do I need to register for the award?
You will not require any qualifications, however some experience in a training environment will be advantageous. Don’t worry too much if you are unable to take advantage of the training experience of others within your company, as you will be taught the essentials of being a trainer within the 5 day course. We also offer a telephone/e-mail advisory service to help and support you through every stage of the process.
You will be required to carry out a certain amount of pre-course work. This will enable us to evaluate and identify your strengths and weaknesses at an early stage and offer a greater level of support during the 5 day course. The pre-course work required is not difficult and a minimum of 30 hours should be spent on the projects.
Security Industry Approved Trainer’s Training:-
Btec Level 3 Conflict Management Trainer’s Cert.
Leadership Development Center - Technology House - University of Salford - Lissadel St - Salford - Manchester - M6 6AP