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The Award in Education and Training is an introductory qualification for those who want to teach in the further education and skills sector, as well as in the community, in the workplace or for offender learning. For all students and all awarding organisations, Passing the Award in Education and Training is the definitive course companion. For all students and all awarding organisations, Passing the Award in Education and Training is the definitive course companion, fully mapped to all elements of the Award and covering the 2014 Professional Standards for Teachers and Trainers in Education and Training - England. Whether you are new to teaching and training, or have some experience as a teacher/trainer or assessor and wish to achieve a formal qualification, this easy-to-use, clearly presented and highly practical text is the resource you need towards achieving qualification. Each chapter sets clear objectives, linking to the learning outcomes for the Award, and provides: all of the underpinning theory required, with practical applications; opportunities to reflect and check knowledge; tasks to help improve understanding; case studies introducing good practice; and suggested further professional development activities. A 'file' of teaching ideas provides useful signposts to further sources of information for development and reflection at deeper and broader levels. This text will of particular interest to: teacher training course leaders/managers in colleges and universities across England; those with no teaching experience wishing to gain a first qualification through the new Award in Education and Training; those already practising as teachers/trainers, assessors, learning support assistants or study coaches in further education and skills and beyond, who wish to gain a formal qualification; those enrolled on higher-level full teacher training courses, such as the Diploma in Education and Training, as a starting point to support their teaching and course work; those working in the community who have limited access to resources for the roles, who are interested in developing their skills in teaching and training practice.