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Wondering which Train the trainer Course is best for you?

If you are here, it means you are looking to become a trainer in your sector. We offer a wide range of trainer certifications to become a trainer. These cover various sectors in the UK. Selection of the right teacher training courses completely depends on your specialist area and the level of courses you want to teach.

What is the AET / PTLLS / Train the trainer qualification useful for?

If you wish to pursue your career to train the trainers or a teacher for adult learners +16 years of age, our train the trainer courses online are right for you. Trainer Training careers begin with a Trainer qualification. This includes AET / PTLLS Level 3 course which will allow you to get into teaching in the FE or adult education sector. For instance, if you are working in the construction industry, you can become a construction trainer or if you have frontline experience you can become an SIA trainer by doing the AET course. In the same way,  you will become a certified trainer if you work in the H&S industry, you will become a qualified first aid trainer.

What is the CET / CTLLS course online?

The Level 4 CET Qualification is essential if you want to start a career as a teacher trainer. Level 4 CET stands for the Certificate in Education and Training. This Level 4 teaching qualification enables you to teach courses up to level 4 and below. The courses you decide to teach must be from your own specialist area. By doing this trainer programme, you can train the trainers online, in a training academy or your sector specific establishment. For instance, if you work in the beauty industry, this trainer qualification will enable you to become a beauty trainer. Similarly, you will become a care trainer in the health and social care industry.

Why should I do the L5 DET / DTLLS course?

The DET online course is also known as Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training. This L5 teacher education programme is suitable for trainer training, especially if you are looking for jobs that let you train the trainers. The DET online leads to the Qualified Teacher learning and Skills (QTLS) in the UK. It is equivalent to an undergraduate degree in education and in some cases the Secondary PGCE course. If you complete the Level 5 DET, you can teach in Further Education (FE) and Higher Education (HE) colleges or abroad.

How much will I earn after completing the Train the Trainer courses?

If you become a trainer, it will lead to well paid jobs as a teacher trainer in your specialist area. Below are sample jobs and salary for a master trainer in various sectors. These are indicative only and are correct at time of publication. Actual rates may vary over time and depending on the employer.

  • Training Manager   £33,000 - £38,500 a year
  • Head Chef Trainer   £28,000 a year
  • Company Trainer    £28,000 - £30,000 a year
  • Tutor and Assessor £21,000 - £23,000 a year
  • Personal & Social Development Tutor       £23,823 - £29,068 a year
  • Work Based Trainer £30,942 - £35,845 a year
  • Technical Trainer    £50,000 a year
  • Lead Training Coordinator  £27,500 a year
  • Apprenticeship Trainer       £27,000 - £32,000 a year

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