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National Tutoring Programme (NTP)

National Tutoring Programme (NTP)

Learn more about The National Tutoring Programme (NTP)

Qualified specialist teachers may be interested to learn more about the initiative to set up the National Tutoring Programme (NTP) as part of the Government’s response to the effects of the recent pandemic.

A joint group of providers including The Dyslexia Guild have written to the Secretary of State for Education indicating that they wish to support the NTP by offering access to their joint resources of professionally qualified and experienced specialist teachers and assessors of learners with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD).

More information is available on The Dyslexia Guild website here.

 

Our National Professional Qualifications “exceed expectations” according to DfE’s NQAA

A recent review of our National Professional Qualifications (NPQs) by the Department for Education’s National Quality Assurance Agent (NQAA), Tribal Education, has found our courses “exceed expectations”, awarding us a mean score of 8.8 out of 10 across 15 areas assessed.

The comprehensive report covers all areas of the course delivery, from recruitment and admission to design of content. Tribal highlighted a number of areas in which Real Training excelled, with 11 of the 15 performance criteria achieving a score of 9 out of 10, and one scoring top marks.

Tribal were particularly impressed by our approach to ‘practice-led learning”; a philosophy we stand by as a way to allow our delegates to make an immediate impact in their educational setting:

“The ‘practice-led learning’ approach which underpins the design of the programmes is a key strength. The provider has used its expertise in online professional development to devise an approach which engages participants in practical school-based activities, which are reinforced through the online platform with structured learning experiences.”

The report also focused on our delegate’s feedback to Tribal about their experience studying their NPQ with Real Training. They note that:

“Participants are highly positive about the level of support they receive, with some saying that it was ‘above and beyond’ what they had expected from an online provider… Tutors have recent experience as senior school leaders relevant to the programme they are supporting and are from schools deemed to be ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by OFSTED. The engagement of professional partners who are serving headteachers, and leadership coaches with high levels of expertise, is noted to be of significant support by NPQH participants.”

This is borne out in our own delegate feedback analysis, where 93% of NPQ delegates rated the tutor support as ‘good’ or ‘very good’.

They go on to detail the key factors that led to the decision to study with us:

“Participants report that the key factors in choosing Real Group as their NPQ provider are the ability to choose a programme which is delivered online and which is flexible in its approach and the reputation of Real Group as a training provider.”

We at Real Training are very proud of the reputation we have built for being ‘online by design’; our NPQs were designed from the ground up to be delivered through our Campus Online platform, not adapted in the face of external circumstances, in order to fit a square peg in a round hole. Because of this, delegates feel fully supported by tutors, administration and technical staff, while allowing full flexibility to fit around the oft-tumultuous lives of education professionals. In fact, our delegates have rated the online presentation of the NPQ courses with a score of 86%.

Tribal summarise the report by highlighting the areas of exceptional performance from Real Training:

  •  “A unique provider with a strong history of bespoke online learning to provide accessibility for participants across England.”
  • “Reflective leadership with a strong moral purpose, which ensures that the NPQ programmes are underpinned by the values of Real Group in developing future school leaders.”
  • “The ‘practice-led learning’ design of the programmes to ensure online learning is integrated with, and relevant to, real-life school environments.”

If you are interested in completing a National Professional Qualification, and would like to do so with the peace of mind that you are doing so with a provider highly respected by both delegates and the industry at large, please visit our NPQ pages, or contact us either by phone on +44 (0) 1273 35 80 80, or email info@realgroup.co.uk.

CPT3A Course shortlisted for Teach Secondary CPD Award

We are delighted to announce that our Certificate in Psychometric Testing & Access Arrangements (CPT3A) course has been shortlisted for the 2020 Teach Secondary Awards in its CPD category! Last year, our MEd SEND Programme won the top 5-star award in the Teach Primary Awards in the same category, so we’re hoping to repeat the trick again this year.

It has been a challenging time for obvious reasons, but we at Real Training have managed to stay ahead of the curve, adapting the way we deliver the CPT3A course intensively through Campus Live, and also how we assess the delegates given they haven’t been able to be in the classroom. This shortlisting recognises these efforts, in addition to how we support a large number of educators, both in the UK and overseas in assessing for specific learning difficulties and making necessary access arrangements for examinations in their educational setting.

Our CPT3A course has allowed schools to take ‘in-house’ the services of assessment and access arrangements, freeing up the time of their educational psychologist, saving money, and expanding the professional capacity of the educational setting to allow the development of effective support for their most vulnerable students.

Fully conforming to the British Psychological Society and Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) standards and regulations for psychometric testing and access arrangements, our CPT3A course allows delegates to cover a wide variety of tasks within their setting, including choosing, administering and interpretation of psychometric tests, writing suitable and appropriate assessment reports for submission to examination boards where required and communicating their understanding of these reports to fellow professionals and across the school.

With the introduction of Campus Live, we have been able to continue the delivery of our intensive-style courses throughout the pandemic, enabling our delegates to complete the course quickly, in a face-to-face environment that would have been impossible otherwise.

For full details of these courses, as well as upcoming dates for the intensive events, visit our CPT3A course page.

We believe in supporting educators to improve the outcomes for ALL children, regardless of background, circumstance or challenge. If you believe in the same goal, get in touch with one of our course advisers on +44 (0)1273 35 80 80, email info@realgroup.co.uk or visit our website and we’ll be happy to help you and your educational institution achieve these goals.

FREE Access Arrangements Update Course (AAU) – August 2020

 
We are very happy to announce that our FREE Access Arrangements Update (AAU) course for 2020/21 has been confirmed, and will be released mid-late August 2020 (exact date TBC).

This course is slightly different from previous versions. It will contain two aspects; the first 30 minutes will involve the updates from the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) for 2020/21. The second part will be a 2½ hour general refresher for Access Arrangements, perfectly timed for the return to school in September.

Review now for August 2020 

If you have already registered for previous years you will be able to access the new course via your Campus Online portal when it is released. If you have forgotten your log-in details, these can be reset automatically.

If you haven’t yet registered, you can gain free access by following this link. Signing up takes a matter of seconds, with no lengthy booking forms involved.

Currently, over 1,700 delegates are currently registered, so book your place now in order to be completely up-to-date with the current guidelines for the coming academic year. Sign-up takes seconds.

Benefits of for the FREE Access Arrangements Update course (AAU)

  • Gain 3 SASC-accredited CPD hours upon completion
  • Be fully up to date with the new JCQ guidelines and requirements for the academic year
  • Have access to a popular forum to ask questions of both peers and tutors about specific challenges
  • Be able to work through the course in their own time, as it is fully online
  • Have access to a certificate of completion

More details will follow shortly. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us or call us on +44 (0)1273 35 80 80 and we’d be happy to help.

 

MEd SEND – Maximum flexibility to expand your expertise and specialist skills

Do you want to further your knowledge of SEND and expand your skillset? Real Training’s MEd SEND Programme can help you gain a postgraduate qualification through subject-specific SEND modules, delivered through Campus Online, allowing you to study in your own time, wherever you have access to the internet.

We understand that life often throws us unexpected challenges and that’s why flexibility is at the heart of all of the courses we offer. Our MEd SEND is no exception. Not only are you free to study at your own pace, but you can also tailor the course to fit your own specific needs. Our latest prospectus contains the full list of courses available, as well as information on how you can build your own study programme from the available modules and target areas of knowledge and practice that are most relevant to you, your setting, and the children in your care.

Put your existing masters credits towards our MEd SEND qualification

If you have already completed modules within the MEd SEND programme, such as our popular National Award for SEN Coordination and the Certificate of Competence in Educational Testing with us, you will know that you already hold masters level credits that can be transferred easily into our MEd SEND programme. From here, you can contact one of our course advisors to check how many further emodules you would need to complete in order to attain your full Masters of Education qualification, taking your expertise and skills to another level.

If the credits were achieved with another provider, you may be able to transfer them into our SEND Programme.

Simply email us now to request a copy of our Accreditation for Prior Learning (APL) forms.

Our next cohort begins on 15 September 2020. To register for this cohort, please visit our online booking form. Because it takes time to process your application and payment, we strongly recommend completing the form as soon as possible.

Here are what our delegates have said about our SEND Programme 

“I greatly enjoyed the course. I appreciate that the tasks and assignments that I have been asked to complete directly relate to my own school experiences and have a further application in supporting my school to develop next steps.  I feel Real Training is doing an excellent job.” – Richelle Pearce, Social, Emotional & Mental Health Difficulties 2020 delegate

“The resources were fantastic and gave me the opportunity to read about so much of the research done on Dyslexia and how to support children effectively.”– Charmalyn September, Dyslexia: Leadership and Intervention 2020 delegate

“My tutor was amazingly responsive. She answered my questions thoroughly and graded my assignments very quickly. I would (and have) highly recommend Real Training.”- Ruth Haske, Speech, Language & Communication Needs 2020 delegate

“I am so impressed! I’m a new student. I previously studied my PGCE through Moodle. This exceeds by far! So intuitive, well laid out, so many resources. I am just….amazed! Thank you.”Sadie Moseley, Cognition & Learning 2020 delegate

July 2020 Cohort for NASENCO Confirmed

July Cohort for NASENCoLast month, we announced that alongside the National Professional Qualifications (NPQs), we were hoping to run a July cohort in 2020 for our National Award for SEN Coordination (NASENCO), subject to approval from Middlesex University.

We are delighted that we can now announce the July 2020 cohort for NASENCO has been officially approved, and will, therefore, go ahead, starting on 15 July.

We understand that this academic year has been like no other, and many educational professionals have found themselves with an unexpected opportunity to get ahead with their career development. In addition, with uncertainty still surrounding how face-to-face learning institutions will be operating come September, many are turning to Real Training to deliver their course online flexibly, and with the knowledge that this was how they were designed from the start.

Our regular September cohort is still available as normal, so if you feel this date would suit you better, you can book your place today by visiting our online booking form. Registration only takes a couple of minutes.

If you’re already booked on to our September cohort and have been thinking about moving to our July start date, but perhaps haven’t decided yet, there is still time. Please be advised that places for our 15 July cohort may be limited, so it is advisable to get in touch as soon as possible, we’d be happy to talk through which start date could work best for you. Give us a call on +44 (0)1273 358080 to discuss with a member of our enquiries team. Alternatively, please feel free to contact us here

Two new CCET Intensive Campus Live Events Announced

 CCET Intensive Campus Live Events

Alongside our online study option for the Certificate of Competence in Educational Testing (CCET) we are continuing to offer face-to-face events via our online classroom Campus Live for those who prefer a more intensive and interactive approach. We have recently added two new CCET Intensive Campus Live Events dates for the new academic year:

  • 23-25 September, Campus Live face-to-face event
  • 14-16 October, Campus Live face-to-face event

At present, all of our intensive courses are being hosted on Campus Live, our online classroom. If you prefer in-person, face-to-face learning, this format is perfect for you. This is a three-day course that will take you through the theoretical content, with only the practical work to be completed and uploaded via Campus Online.

What is Campus Live?

Campus Live is a browser-based solution that requires nothing to download, no software installation, and is optimised to deliver excellent video quality. It is as fully interactive, as if you were in the room with the facilitators, with the ability to ask questions, work in groups, and get access to all the course materials you need, live within the online classroom environment. There is also the ability to screen-share and collaborate with fellow delegates, interactive whiteboards, and a live chat feature, ensuring your experience is fully immersive.

How are the CCET Intensive Campus Live Events delivered?

To reassure, the course content is no different from our normal intensive courses and requires nothing different from you as a delegate. All you need is a computer or tablet with either Chrome, Firefox or Opera browsers installed, an internet connection, a webcam, microphone and speakers or headphones. Of course, if you do happen to encounter any technical difficulties, our IT support team will be on hand throughout the course to swiftly get you back on track.

Campus Live has been designed to accommodate all delegates through a variety of different work environments, ensuring you will always feel supported. Equally the course has been designed with you in mind too, allowing for plenty of comfort breaks to ensure the smooth running of the course for the ultimate learning experience.

Our Certificate of Competence in Educational Testing (CCET) qualification

Our Certificate of Competence in Educational Testing (CCET) is an open-access course, meaning to be eligible to enrol, you only need to be working in or have access to an educational setting, and have access to psychometric tests for the duration of study.

CCET allows schools to bring expertise in psychometric testing to assess children and determine their strengths and specific learning needs ‘in-school’, and in turn allows schools to work more effectively with their educational psychologist and make better use of their time.

With our CCET qualification, among other things, you will be able to identify, administer and analyse tests within an educational environment, understand how to write and interpret reports, understand the legislative and policy framework, as well as being able to identify and overcome barriers to learning.Other benefits to the school include:

  • Access to a wealth of practical resources, academic research and interactive materials
  •  Access to discounted educational tests and other resources
  • Development of effective support for the most vulnerable children in your school
  • Apply for the BPS Test User Educational qualification after successful completion of the CCET course to join the British Psychological Society’s Register of Qualifications in Test Use (BPS RQTU) – a publicly searchable database of competence that will bolster your professional reputation.

If it would be useful to be qualified to carry out access arrangements in your setting, you could enrol on the Certificate in Psychometric Testing, Assessment and Access Arrangements (CPT3A). This course combines CCET and the Access Arrangements Course (AAC) to give you the opportunity to become your educational setting’s qualified exam access arrangements assessor. You need to meet certain criteria to be eligible for the CPT3A course, and you can check our website or contact us to find out more.

If you are interested in booking on one of these dates, you can book your place here. It is ‘training as usual’ here at Real Training, so if you have any further questions, either in relation to the course or the Campus Live platform, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

The journey so far – our delegates on studying with Real Training

We are always eager to collect the thoughts of our delegates. The majority come after they have completed their course. However, given the current circumstances, we felt it would be insightful to reach out to some of our current delegates to get their views on their course experience so far, and how studying during a global pandemic has affected their progress.

An interview with Eugene McFadden – NASENCO, intensive CPT3A

Eugene completed his intensive CPT3A course in 2017, and two and a half years later, joined Real Training again to begin his NASENCO qualification in January 2020, just as the enormity of the global pandemic was beginning to make itself clear. Here is his story so far.

How did you find out about Real Training and the CPT3A course?

“I became an assistant SENCO 3 or 4 years ago maybe, and I needed to do the access arrangements course because no-one else in the school was trained. I was speaking to one of the other SENCOs who said “You’ve got to do the Real Training one – it’s a lot quicker when you do the intensive course.” Because work is very busy and I have kids, I thought I’d rather have one, intensive hit. It was a really, really good course. It just worked really well. It was really professionally done, really well tailored to what was realistic and what we needed to do.

You’re now studying NASENCO with us. Tell us about why you chose Real Training for this qualification.

“I was looking around at other NASENCO courses, which looked mind-numbing, and then I saw Real Training’s course. For one, it was cheaper than local council’s one, and the fact that it’s all online and flexible. Some [school] weeks are 60 hours, so fitting things in is a bit of a nightmare, but with a course like this, I can think “oh, I have an hour to myself, I’m just going to hit it hard and do something”. The access to the big database is really helpful as well. I really like the bar at the top1. It’s actually really, really positive when you’re really busy.”

How has your experience with the online NASENCO course been versus your expectations, and versus your intensive experience with CPT3A?

“The intensive works really well with CCET as you’re learning to do one specific skill in testing, so you really want that intensity. This (NASENCO) is a bigger-picture thing. You need to step back and digest more. I have a two-year old who doesn’t sleep through the night yet, so I’d find myself rocking her to sleep at 2am reading things I’d downloaded. It gives you a chance to just think, make the notes and everything. A lot of the bigger articles I ended up printing out, to put in a folder where I can take it home and read it at my leisure.”

What parts of the NASENCO course have you found particularly interesting so far?

“There’s the wider reading; you’ve got the Lamb report, you can see how one thing informs another, which is actually really important. It’s interesting to have a timeline of when things happened and why. We’re kids of the 80s and things were very different back then. It’s good to have that time to just think and take it apart.”

Have you been able to put anything in particular into practice already?

“Well, ironically, I’ve been interviewing people for HLTA jobs through Google Meets. It’s been interesting to be having discussions with them, and having interviewed successfully, I’ve got someone to train up. I thought about how my training on the NASENCO course has informed me  and have been giving them reading to do from that course, which is quite helpful. So yeah, it’s definitely been having an impact. It’s interesting because I’ve been reading about outreach work into primary schools, because we’re quite a big MAT, and we’re going to have some primary schools placed in our secondary school for a few weeks for summer term 2. I want to incorporate that as my primary placement.”

How has the current lockdown situation influenced your studies?

“It’s actually given me more time to do it! It’s difficult, because the first few weeks were just trying to set things up, and I’ve been into school a fair bit as well running things on certain days, especially for some of our higher-needs kids. But the days when I’m home… the first few weeks were difficult, trying to get my head-space around being at home and working while at home with kids running around. Once I got the hang of it, I thought I’d set aside a day here and there, turn the emails off, and crack on with the NASENCO course. There’s always someone knocking on the door with a problem [when you’re in school]. My quality of life has actually improved – I’m not working 60 hours a week and have time to spend with the kids.”

What are your hopes and expectations for the rest of the course?

“Definitely to get it done – that’s the first thing! Definitely start to use what I’m learning to move forward. I’ve already kind of moved forward. I’ve been on a journey with my TAs (I’ve got TAs and HLTAs), and I’ve been on a journey with everyone’s practice board [a reflective practice of how staff are working with SEN pupils], tweaking that practice, fine-tuning it more and more. It’s good, because a lot of the things I’ve come across I already believed or knew or learned about already, so it’s nice to have those things reinforced. My focus has been on wave 1 teaching, and I’ve brought the SEN team so far, and now it’s all about raising all teaching and learning – the best input for an SEN kid is going to be in the classroom, the teacher teaching them right – it’s now given me that confidence to start addressing the bigger picture. It’s like “that’s gone alright, now we need to start doing this…” A rising tide raises all ships!”

¹ Campus Online holds a comprehensive online library containing all of the reading necessary for completing the courses. Additionally, access to EBSCO online journal databases allows for further reading to expand knowledge and understanding of the course material.

 

Dawn Johnson – SENCO, North West Kent Alternative Provision Service – NASENCO Course

What drew you to study with Real Training

I have heard of Real training as a reliable provider from a number of colleagues. Your company has a good reputation, and my DH/SENCO at the time had already mentioned your course before we had a little reshuffle of roles and I began to transition out of the English classroom and into the SENCO role.

How your experience has been vs your expectations so far

I have completed online training, including a PAPAA one-year course in the past with other providers and am very impressed with Real Training’s approach to online learning. I have found the site incredibly easy to use, the resources are quite varied and the discussion boards are well organised and easy to use. I am still learning how to use EBSCO but am sure, once I am used to they process, it will become faster and easier to access exactly what I want (I have only been enrolled since the end of April, so have not used every element of the site fully yet). The online notebook is very useful as I can make notes as I read or access slideshows. Overall, I would say it is a surprisingly well-presented, flexible course with an intuitive design for users.

What elements have been of particular interest/use to you so far

I have engaged far more with the discussion activities than on any previous course and have found the notebook, library of previous essays and general range of resources very helpful.

How you are managing your time to complete the work

I am stuck at home shielding with my husband who is also working from home. I work on the course more in weeks where I am needed less for school-based work, as I also run whole-school CPD and, during lockdown, we have had to adapt this rather a lot! The flexibility to use the course from half an hour to a whole day at any point has made this possible.

How the current lockdown has affected your studies

I have had a lot of tasks to complete at home for school but have had a lot more time that I had anticipated for the course. I was taking on areas of SENCO work while still preparing all of my classes for GCSEs and only working 3 days a week prior to Covid-19 – in a way, the lockdown has helped a lot with my availability to train! Being able to continue to work and train on something useful and relevant while shielding has definitely helped me to maintain good mental health during this time.

Your hopes/expectations/ambitions for the remainder of the course and beyond

Well, if we are talking hopes and dreams, I dream of a world where nobody has to use Harvard referencing ever again! (I completed my PGCE in 2000, that’s a long time to forget how to do these things…) Ultimately, I hope to be able to furnish myself with the theory and knowledge to succeed on my return to school, when I assume more of the role and responsibilities of the SENCO post. I would like to know I am doing everything I possibly can to support our pupils and this course will help me to ensure this. I have considered possibly using the points from the NASENCO course and my PAPAA to go on and complete a Masters…we’ll see.

July cohorts added to NASENCO and NPQ courses for 2020

July cohortsYou spoke, we listened.

With the current COVID-19 situation and how this is affecting schools, we have heard from many educational professionals who were not able to get enrolled on our May cohort for the National Award for SEN Coordination (NASENCO) or the National Professional Qualifications (NPQs) that they would like to get started before the next scheduled cohort in September. We fully understand that September might involve more work than usual after such disruption, and therefore starting your studies ahead of the new academic year could provide benefits for some.

As a result, we are delighted to announce we will be running July cohorts for NASENCO and NPQ 2020 courses. Both cohorts will start on 15 July. (NASENCO July start date subject to approval with Middlesex University). This will allow those delegates who feel they have the capacity in the current climate to get started on the course material before the new school year begins in September. With the uncertainty surrounding how universities and other face-to-face training providers will be able to deliver courses, many educational professionals are choosing Real Training to deliver their courses flexibly, online, just as it was designed to be.

“I took the course to deepen my own knowledge and to have a more structured approach to headship and you have met those needs head on and in an enjoyable but informative manner.” – Liam Bellamy, NPQH

“I feel the course has not only provided me with an exceptionally secure foundation but also a deepened knowledge and understanding of the role of a SENCO in order to successfully take the school in the direction that is required.” Danielle Brunton, NASENCO

This extra cohort is in no way a replacement for the scheduled September cohort. If you feel September works better for you, and you would rather use the summer break for a well-deserved rest, then we encourage you to enrol onto the September cohort. However, if you feel July would enable you to get ahead before the new school year commences, that option is open to you. If you have already booked onto the NASENCO or NPQ September cohorts, but would actually prefer to start in July, please contact us and we will be able to help in moving your start date. If you or your staff are interested in booking onto our July or September NASENCO or NPQ programmes, you can book your place here. If you have any questions with regards to anything relating to any of our courses, please do not hesitate to get in touch here.

Become your school’s Access Arrangements Assessor with our CPT3A course

One of the things we hear from school SENCOs consistently is the desire to have a greater number of qualified access arrangements assessors available at their schools. As valuable as it is to have someone in your educational setting with these skills, at exam time it can be of great benefit to have multiple members of staff to help with the workload associated with assessing and writing up Form 8s for what can be many pupils.

Now is the perfect time to prepare your educational setting by ensuring you have the necessary skills and capacity to deal with what can be a very busy period in schools.

If you have an undergraduate degree, and Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or Qualified Teacher and Learning Skills (QTLS) status, you are one step away from having the complete Certificate in Psychometric Testing, Assessment and Access Arrangements (CPT3A).

Qualify as an access arrangements assessor

Our CPT3A course starts with our Certificate of Competence in Educational Testing (CCET) module, which will give you the fundamental principles upon which the various psychometric tests are based, and teach you how to choose appropriate tests and administer them effectively. This will lay the groundwork for progression onto the Access Arrangements Course (AAC), which focuses on applying these tests in exam access arrangements and how to complete the relevant forms for this process. The combination of these two courses results in the CPT3A, giving you the benefits detailed below:

Professional benefits of the CPT3A course

  • Meet the requirements of the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) and the access arrangements’ regulations.
  • Know and apply the principles of access arrangements.
  • Understand the essence and implications of the relevant legislation.
  • Write suitable and appropriate assessment reports for submission to examination boards where required.

Not only does the completion of this course allow you to bring assessment and access arrangements in-school to save money and increase the professional capacity of your institution, but it will also allow you to better understand the needs of your vulnerable children and develop effective support for them. You will also get access to educational tests at a discounted rate through our own online shop, Dyslexia Action Shop.

CPT3A Testimonials

Learn what delegates think about our CPT3A course here.

Choose the study route that suits you

Understanding the demands on educational staff, Real Training has always been about flexible learning. This is why we have developed different study options to best fit your circumstances.

CPT3A Course

Online – The CCET and AAC online courses are delivered through our proprietary platform Campus Online. With this route, you can complete the content of the course in your own time, wherever you have an internet connection. This is the most flexible option, and you can start at any time.

Intensive – At present, all of our intensive courses are being hosted on Campus Live, our online classroom. If you prefer in-person, face-to-face learning, our intensive route is for you. CCET is a three-day course that will take you through the theoretical content, with only the practical work to be completed and uploaded via Campus Online. Following successful completion of CCET, AAC can be completed as an intensive one day course.

Upcoming CCET intensive dates are as follows:

Upcoming AAC intensive dates are as follows:

Classic (blended) – This is a combination of intensive and online learning, whereby you will complete CCET through the intensive route, and then AAC online.

What is Campus Live?

Campus Live is a browser-based solution that requires nothing to download, no software installation, and is optimized to deliver excellent video quality. It is as fully interactive, as if you were in the room with the tutors, with the ability to ask questions, work in groups, and get access to all the course materials you need, live within the online classroom environment. There is also the ability to screen-share and collaborate with fellow delegates, interactive whiteboards, and a live chat feature, ensuring your experience is fully immersive.

Temporary changes to assessment due to school closures

Due to the current situation with schools being closed, or partly closed, and therefore access to students is limited, we have made temporary changes to how the course is assessed. This applies to the test administration task and allows delegates to demonstrate the necessary skills and competencies required to complete the course, without necessitating in-person access to pupils. These changes will be in effect until such time as administering tests face-to-face becomes possible again.

Your journey can start today! Visit our website to book your place or for more information and to check your eligibility for the course, contact us or call us on +44 (0) 1273 35 80 80.

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