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Level 4 CET - ELN Live Session

Level 4 CET - ELN Live Session

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Are you planning on starting training or teaching in the private or public sector? If yes, this is the perfect session for you! Need to find out more? You're in the right place.

In this LIVE session, our acclaimed ELN tutor provides an overview of what the course covers, career prospects and answers your frequently asked questions regarding studying the course online with us.

Doing this Level 4 CET will qualify you to teach any course in your specialist area so it is a great course to do if you want to teach up to Level 4 courses.  

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You can also find more info about the course on our website.

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