Award in Education and Training (Farriery TTFA)

Level 3

Course code: F13P101
Type: Part Time
Duration: 3 Days
Subject area: Education & training,Farriery
Location: Holme Lacy
Fee: Full Cost - £672.00

About the course

The course is set up to support aspiring ATFs gain the knowledge, skills and behaviours they need to successfully train Level 3 Farriery Standards Apprentices. Supported by experienced Tutors and working as part of team, successful attendees will gain an initial teaching qualification accredited and certificated by Pearson.

What qualification will I gain?

Learners will complete a Level 3 Award in Education and Training

Key facts

Course dates: 19th, 20th October & 08th December 2023

Course times: 9.00am to 4.00pm

Course cost £672

Venue – Rural Crafts Centre, Holme Lacy Campus, Hereford, HR2 6LL

Attendees will spend their first two days gaining a practical understanding of foundation teaching and assessment techniques relevant to the training of Apprentice Farriers. With the third day dedicated to supporting attendees deliver a 20 Minute ‘Micro Teach’ session, provide feedback on the sessions delivered by their peers, and finalise a ‘Portfolio of Evidence’. This is not as daunting as might first appear, with the course well supported by friendly and experienced Tutors delivering a TTFA course tailored towards the needs of training Farriers. Previous attendees have worked hard to support each other as part of a team and have reflected that the course is both rewarding and enjoyable.

Assessment for this qualification is delivered through the assessment of a ‘Portfolio of Evidence’, with the Tutors supporting attendees to gather a variety of evidence during the 3 day course and within the working environment between days 2 and 3; including assessment of a 20 Minute ‘Micro Teach’ session observed by course Tutors and attendees.

Attendees will be provided with a ‘Course Folder’, lunch and regular refreshments. Whilst a lap top, smart phone or tablet can be useful, attendees only need to bring a pen, a desire to learn and themselves.