A CET course is perfect for people who are wanting to develop their practical teaching skills or who are want to teach across a range of contexts.

Meanwhile, this course will also suit trainee teachers who may be looking to develop their skills and progress in the teaching industry.

What does CET stand for?

The qualification initials, CET stands for Certificate in Education and Training.

Benefits of doing a CET course

Through doing a CET qualification, it demonstrates that the qualified learner is capable in being given a teaching orientated job role.

Level and aspects of the CET course

During this course, the learner will need to complete at least 30 hours of practice, during which you will need to have a minimum of three observations (a minimum of three hours) to assess the learner’s progress.

The delivery of this course may either be in a 1-2-1 session or it can be a group or classroom discussion.

To find out more about this course click on The Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training link to download a PDF of the course structure and plan.