ISSEE Instructors Gain Level 3 Qualification in Education and Training

Submitted by Dan Editor on Monday, 8th July 2019
An ISSEE instructor teaching a class

ISSEE’s experienced instructors have been brushing up their teaching skills this summer with a Level 3 qualification in Education and Training.

The team worked with Train Aid to achieve the nationally recognised Ofqual approved Level 3 Award in Education and Training. Train Aid is a national training provider who specialise in accredited first aid, teaching and assessing qualifications.

The aim of the course is to give learners more confidence and knowledge in order to teach in an effective and inclusive learning environment. During the course each participant designs, delivers and evaluates a lesson, gaining invaluable feedback from their teacher and peers.

ISSEE’s instructors work with national and international agencies, Government ministries, defence & security equipment manufacturers, commercial security companies, oil and gas industries, NGOs and charities. The company’s services cover the full spectrum from consultancy and training for security and counter-terrorism at the national level through to the safe, compliant management and disposal of munitions and explosives for defence and commercial companies.

ISSEE works with the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) to deliver awards within the Scottish Credit and Qualification Framework (SCQF) for an increasing number of courses, allowing explosives workers to gain academic recognition for their competencies in the explosives field.

Academic and proven vocational standard-setting is what sets ISSEE apart, so it is important to ISSEE’s training team to keep their skills and qualifications up-to-date.

For more details on any of our courses, simply email or call us on +44 (0) 1295 981550.

ISSEE students in a training classroom

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