Level 3 International Award in Delivering Training

Qualification regulation and support

 The Highfield Level 3 Award in Delivering Training (RQF) has been developed and is awarded by Highfield Qualifications and sits on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF). The RQF is a qualification framework regulated by Ofqual

 

Qualification overview and objective

The objective of this qualification is to support a role in the workplace. It is a practical qualification suitable for new and experienced trainers (external and internal) who wish to improve their classroom skills and obtain a training qualification that will also enable them to deliver regulated qualifications. This qualification provides a good basis to help learners get a ‘foot first’ into training. The focus is on the effective delivery of training, allowing learners to develop planning, preparation and delivery skills, including delivery methods, questioning techniques and time management. It’s mainly aimed at those who will use pre-prepared training materials to deliver training within the workplace, for example in-house training, as opposed to a training qualification that is more focused on procedures, protocol and regulatory requirements, such as education and training.

Assessment

Learners must practically demonstrate the delivery of either 1 or 2 microteaching session(s) totalling 20 to 30 minutes, which demonstrates suitable level of achievement against each assessment criteria.

Learners must also produce a simple timed plan which should be submitted with the assessment pack. The self-evaluation report will need to be completed in a written format and accompany the assessment pack.

 

Train the Trainer Training Course

 

Section A will cover:

  • Fundamentals of training
  • Learning the foundation process
  • Exercise evaluation
  • Key concepts in practical training
  • Communication skills
  • Presentation delivery
  • Adult learning theory
  • Instructional design basics
  • Altering facilitation skills
  • Programme design preparation and planning
  • Creating a relaxing and interactive training environment
  • Understanding others
  • Best way of providing knowledge
  • Teaching V presentation
  • Learning process

Section B will cover:

  • Planning into action
  • Center management tasks and implementation guidelines
  • Career guidance overview: practitioner choices
  • Strategic planning for career center programme
  • Programme implementation and evaluation models
  • External affairs and activities (site interviews, travels, etc)
  • Purpose and assessment
  • Development and construction
  • Presentation and facilitation
  • Performance
  • Monitoring
  • Arranging training assembly
  • Elevation advice
  • Community dealings information
  • Endorsing facilities to scholars
  • Replication with response