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Is it possible to teach your own courses without an AET?

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sammijbeauty

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Hi ladies and gents

If I write my own course material to deliver, thinking of setting up some training as so many ask me for it, is it possible to do that without being aet qualified? Also to those that have done it already who do you go to to get it accredited?
 

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You'll need accreditation from an insurance company and or qualification provider.

AET is worth doing anyway and can be done online.
 

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Hi ladies and gents

If I write my own course material to deliver, thinking of setting up some training as so many ask me for it, is it possible to do that without being aet qualified? Also to those that have done it already who do you go to to get it accredited?

No you can't, you need the AET as a minimum to be able to teach, either your own courses once you get them accredited or for any teaching role.
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Ok help but what does AET stand for? Sorry for the stupid question lol
 

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Level 3 Award in Education and Training. It used to be known as PTLLS. Google for private training providers. Otherwise most colleges run the course with a January start.
 

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