Out of multiple other differences between Level 4 and Level 5 in Education and Training, the major ones are in the number of teaching hours and the final status you get after you finish the certification/diploma. The DET qualifies you to get a Qualified Teachers Status (QTS) and the CET enables you to teach adults in your own area of expertise.
A comparison of the Qualifications Credit Framework of England, Northern Ireland and Wales against the Scottish Credits and Qualifications Framework. You can look into it in great detail if you go check the website given in the references under this blog.
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“Mentorship is all about serving and sharing the experiences with mentees to help them evolve in their respective ventures and to assist them in domains where they seek improvement. The idea is to showing mentees that there are choices that can be made which will make a difference in their lives. It’s about a learning opportunity for both and for helping the mentee achieve their best potential.”
Isn’t it so confusing when you’re searching for a course and there are so many different names? We’ve tried to clear the confusion with this info-graphic.
Course names change almost every year according to the way people search for the courses. It is recommended that you go through this particular infographic to see which name is used for each course now.
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Psychologist Frederick Herzberg (1923-2000) published Herzberg’s Two Factor Theory in 1959. He is most famous for his work in understanding what motivates people. His theory is still studied to this day.
For more motivational theories for your candidates see also Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and read up on how to give constructive feedback.
Has life become too stressful in the salon? Possibly looking for a career change?
The Level 3 Award in Education and Training course allows you to teach any specialised subject area that you are experienced in. Upon its conclusion you will be qualified to train others unsupervised, and may be able to apply for teaching positions within hairdressing academies and colleges.