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  • How to Teach Students with Autism

    How to Teach Students with Autism

    People with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have a neurological condition affecting their behaviour, social skills, and communication ability. Social isolation, repetitive habits or hobbies, trouble with verbal and nonverbal communication, and sensory sensitivity are all typical signs of ASD. There are challenges in teaching students with autism, but you can support them with the correct training. If you plan to become a trainer, you may have students with ASD. It can be beneficial for teachers to upgrade their skills and learn how to teach students with Autism and SENs.

  • How to Teach SEN and SEND

    How to Teach SEN and SEND

    A trainer must learn how to teach students with special educational needs (SEN), and special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) requires specific skills. A teacher must strategise in order to provide a supportive learning environment. Through SEN and SEND training, teachers upgrade themselves and are able to support their learners better.

  • How to Become a Functional Skills Teacher
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    How to Become a Functional Skills Teacher

    Did you score well in your GCSE in Math and English? If yes, you can easily become a functional skills teacher in the education and training sector. Pass on your expertise with your teaching skills to the aspiring youth in the UK.

  • The Guide to Assessor as a Career
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    The Guide to Assessor as a Career

    An assessor is a person who specialises in their particular subject and is in charge of evaluating their students' progress. In education and training, an assessor confirms that the student can meet the requirements for a specific qualification. Assessors determine whether or not a student has accomplished the required level of knowledge and competence in a given topic or subject.

  • The Path to Becoming an EQA

    The Path to Becoming an EQA

    I find myself constantly giving advice to others who are interested in becoming an External verifier or indeed like myself have a passion for quality. The reason I feel compelled to do this is based on my own experience when starting out. This started with Internal Quality Assurance and eventually led to External Quality Assurance, across several sectors.

  • How to Become a Private Tutor?
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    How to Become a Private Tutor?

    To become a private tutor, you must be competent in the subject you want to teach. It is a great way to use your knowledge and generate a reasonable income. A private tutor gives one-to-one attention to the individual needs of their students. You can get this job both during and after the conclusion of your studies.