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From a primary teacher to an adult teacher...

Discussion in 'Thinking of teaching' started by mchuckyegg1, Aug 13, 2016.

  1. mchuckyegg1

    mchuckyegg1 New commenter

    Hi there all.
    I am looking for some advice please.
    I am currently working as infant feeding supporter helping new mums with feeding choices. The charity I work for has asked me to train up new mums as volunteers through our online training package offered through CERTA. I currently have a teaching qualification. Although this is the BA HONS IN PRIMARY EDUCATION WITH QTS. I am told this cannot be transferred to teaching adults and in order to do the new role I 'have' to complete the PTLLS qualification.
    As the role will mainly involve online training and the possibility of short face to face sessions on a specific site (not within an FE/HE setting) does this still apply.
    Many Thanks.
    There seems to be little (no) clarity on this.
     

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