CPD-Accredited Tutor Training

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Train the Way that Works Best for You

We know you’re busy, so we’ve designed three different ways to access both our CPD-Accredited Training and Level 3 in Education and Training.

Both courses start with the same four units, so you can level up to the Level 3 in Education and Training at any point by adding Units 5-7.

Upcoming Sessions

CPD-Accredited Tutor Training

The CPD-Accredited Tutor Training is for tutors who want to gain foundations in teaching and learning within a supportive professional development community. It will help tutors to think like an educator, and make a real difference for students.

Upcoming Sessions

This 4-week online facilitated course combines self-paced content with live online meet-ups to create the ideal blend for adult learners. We limit the size of each cohort, so that you can benefit from 1:1 support from your facilitator and get to know the other learners in your group.

Train the Way that Works Best for You

We know you’re busy, so we’ve designed three different ways to access both our CPD-Accredited Training and Level 3 in Education and Training.

Both courses start with the same four units, so you can level up to the Level 3 in Education and Training at any point by adding Units 5-7.

What you need know:

  • You can access CPD-Accredited Tutor Training through one three formats, according to your preference: Live Weekly, Live Sprint or Self-Paced

Syllabus:

  • Unit 1: Safeguarding for Tutors
  • Unit 2: Relationship Matters
  • Unit 3: The Learning Loop (a responsive planning tool)
  • Unit 4: Barriers for Learning: Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, Mental Health

This course is for you if:

  • You’re starting out as a tutor
  • You’re a tutor looking for a refresher course
  • You’re an agency or organisation leader looking for a proven training solution for a large number of tutors.

Note: This course is particularly effective when followed up with tutor-coaching.

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