Knowing which qualification and what level you need to gain to teach, can seem overwhelming. With acronyms dominating the sector, such as CTLLS, PTLLS, CET, AET, DTLLS or DET you end up wondering if you need a qualification just to understand the process. This article tries to simplify the classifications and explains which ones are a replacement for older courses. Continue reading “CTLLS, PTLLS, CET, AET, DTLLS or DET? What do I need for teacher training?”
The Diploma in Education and Training (DET) has now replaced the Diploma in Teaching in the Life Long Learning Sector (DTLLS) qualification in the UK.
The DTLLS was a qualification that was designed for anyone planning to become a full teacher (or working as) in further, continuing or adult education.
The DET qualification that has replaced it is effectively an “in-service” qualification and is available at dedicated training centres across the UK or via e-learning at www.tutorcare.co.uk.
The new courses include modules such as “Preparing to teach”, “planning and progressing learning”, “enabling learning and assessment”, “managing behaviour” and “Curriculum planning”.
The DET / DTLLS course will take approximately one year to complete with delegates being assessed through a serious of observations and assignments.