How Long Will The AET Qualification Take?
If you’re thinking of completing the AET qualification you may be wondering how long will it take to complete. As our time is precious and we want to be able to utilise it effectively. This is why we’ve made our courses to be a mix of blended learning. So you can fit it around you and you can choose which centre you wish to come to for the day session. In our blog, we’re going to take you through how long it’ll take and see if your schedule will fit around it. As we get asked this question a lot. We wanted to have all the answers in one place for you!
AET Qualification Overview
AET is the Level 3 Award in Education and Training. The qualification is an introduction to teaching. Giving you an insight into the roles and responsibilities. Not only that, but you will learn how to plan effective teaching sessions and how to deliver them. You’ll also learn how to give constructive criticism. This qualification is ideal if you want to teach or train students in a Further Education setting, within your area of occupational competence.
It was previously known as PTTLS, so if you see that, then you need the AET! It’s a great first step into gaining professional recognition in becoming a teacher, tutor or trainer. The course is taught through a mix of blended learning. Similar to our CAVA course. However, you’ll need to complete a one-day Micro-Teach lesson at one of our centres.
AET Guided Learning Hours?
So what are the guided learning hours for the AET course? In total there are 48 guided learning hours. Meaning you can start as soon as you want. Alternatively, you are free to take your time, because you have up to 2 years to complete your AET course. On Average, it takes our learners 3-4 months to complete the course. Based on a couple of hours of study a week.
How long will it take to complete AET?
A common question we receive is how long it will take. To provide a comprehensive answer, several external factors must be considered. A major factor in determining the success of a course is the number of guided learning hours it requires. However, the pace at which you progress through the course is entirely up to you. Some people may take their time. While others may finish quickly.
A specific timeframe for completion can be challenging, as it is much like estimating the length of a string. Your personal schedule should also be taken into account when considering completion time.
How much time will your schedule allow you?
Due to our busy and fast-paced lifestyles, it’s important to acknowledge the diverse range of commitments that each individual has to manage. Due to this, not everyone has the same amount of time available to study, and studying time may be irregular. There are a significant number of submissions from night owls and early risers coming in in the early morning hours.
You can access course materials anytime and anywhere, regardless of your schedule. Making it completely convenient for you. It’s your choice whether you want to dip in and out of the course material as time permits or dedicate a couple of hours each week to the course material. Our courses are designed to be flexible and achievable. And if you require any assistance, our team of assessors is always available to help you.
Finally, if we haven’t tempted you enough to complete the course, you can contact our great course advisor team from 9:00 am to 6:30 pm Monday to Friday at 01205 805 155 or you can email us at email@example.com.