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L3 PTTLS Train the Trainer Courses for Businesses in Manchester


We offer special rates for Group Bookings. These courses can be held online, in class at our premises, or we can come to your location to conduct the course/s.

Some Frequently Asked Questions About L3 Award in Education & Training Courses (formerly PTLLS) 

Who is the L3 AET (PTTLS) Qualification for?


This qualification provides and introduction to teaching for individuals who would like to work or currently
work in the further education and skills sector for, e.g. Further Education (FE) College, Independent Training
Providers and or Local Authorities. Learners might include:


• Individuals not currently teaching or training – achievement of the qualification does not require practice
other than microteaching
• Individuals currently teaching and training, including those new to the profession – although the qualification
does not require practice (see explanation above), opportunities may be made available to observe and
provide feedback on a Learners practice
• Individuals currently working as Assessors who want to achieve a qualification that provides an introduction
to teaching



What are the advantages of having staff with a L3 AET (PTLLS) qualification?


L3 AET (PTLLS) qualifications are designed to develop the skills and knowledge of trainers and assessors. They cover a wide range of topics, including planning and delivering effective training sessions, assessing learning and achievement, developing and using training materials, and supporting learners.


Having staff with L3 AET (PTLLS) qualifications can offer a number of advantages to businesses, including:


      • Improved training quality: L3 AET (PTLLS) qualified trainers are equipped with the skills and knowledge to deliver effective training sessions that meet the needs of their learners. This can lead to improved training outcomes and a more skilled and knowledgeable workforce.
      • Increased employee engagement: When employees feel that they are being well-trained and supported, they are more likely to be engaged in their work. This can lead to increased productivity and improved morale.
      • Reduced training costs: L3 AET (PTLLS) qualified trainers can help to reduce training costs by developing and delivering in-house training programs. This can also help to ensure that training is tailored to the specific needs of the business.
      • Improved compliance: Many businesses are required to comply with specific training regulations. L3 AET (PTLLS) qualified trainers can help businesses to ensure that their training programs meet these requirements.
      • Enhanced reputation: Having a team of L3 AET (PTLLS) qualified trainers can help to enhance the reputation of your business. This can make it easier to attract and retain top talent.

What are the benefits of Training  the Trainer?

One of the key benefits of having staff with L3 AET (PTLLS) qualifications is that they can be trained to become trainers themselves. This can be a valuable asset to businesses, as it allows them to develop their own internal training programs and deliver training to their employees in a more efficient and cost-effective way.

Train the Trainer programs typically cover a range of topics, including:

      • Identifying and assessing training needs
      • Designing and developing training materials
      • Delivering effective training sessions
      • Evaluating training effectiveness

By training their staff to become trainers, businesses can:

      • Reduce their reliance on external training providers
      • Tailor training programs to the specific needs of their business
      • Provide more flexible and convenient training for their employees
      • Develop a more knowledgeable and skilled workforce
      • Empower employees to take on new roles and responsibilities.

At Authentic Training we have trained thousands of Trainers for public and private sectors. Some of our clients include Greggs, Maritime and Coastguard Agency,  MJ Quinn, United Biscuits, Tranmere Rovers, Chums Clothing, Kaplan UK, B Skill, Castle Bingo, Hydro International, Mersey and West Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Southport and Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust Ashworth, Knowsley Council, Sefton Council, The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, etc. and so many more.

More Information

About Liverpool

History of Liverpool

Liverpool is a city steeped in history, dating back to the 11th century. It was originally a small fishing village, but it grew rapidly during the Industrial Revolution, becoming one of the most important ports in the world. Liverpool was also a major center of the slave trade, and its wealth is reflected in the many grand buildings that still stand today.

In the 19th century, Liverpool was a major port of departure for Irish emigrants to America. It was also home to the Cunard and White Star Lines, and was the port of registry of the ocean liners RMS Titanic, RMS Lusitania, RMS Queen Mary, RMS Queen Elizabeth, and RMS Olympic.

Liverpool's cultural heritage is also rich and varied. The city is home to two world-class museums, the Tate Liverpool and the Museum of Liverpool, as well as a number of other galleries and theaters. Liverpool is also famous for its music scene, which has produced iconic bands such as The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.

Businesses and Industries in Liverpool

Liverpool is a thriving city with a diverse economy. The main industries in Liverpool are:

  • Maritime and logistics: Liverpool is still a major port, and the maritime and logistics sector is a significant employer in the city.
  • Digital and creative: Liverpool has a growing digital and creative sector, which includes companies such as BBC Sport and Channel 4.
  • Tourism and hospitality: Liverpool is a popular tourist destination, and the tourism and hospitality sector is a major contributor to the city's economy.
  • Manufacturing and engineering: Liverpool has a long history of manufacturing, and the city is still home to a number of manufacturing and engineering companies.

Opportunities for Businesses in Liverpool

Liverpool is a great place to start or grow a business. There are a number of factors that make Liverpool an attractive location for businesses, including:

  • Government support: The UK government offers a number of support programs for businesses in Liverpool.
  • Skilled workforce: Liverpool has a large and skilled workforce.
  • Transport links: Liverpool is well-connected to the rest of the UK and the world by road, rail, and air.
  • Affordable cost of living: The cost of living in Liverpool is relatively affordable, compared to other major cities in the UK.


What are the main industries in Liverpool?

The main industries in Liverpool are maritime and logistics, digital and creative, tourism and hospitality, and manufacturing and engineering.

What are the benefits of doing business in Liverpool?

The benefits of doing business in Liverpool include government support, a skilled workforce, transport links, and an affordable cost of living.

What government support is available to businesses in Liverpool?

The UK government offers a number of support programs for businesses in Liverpool, including the Regional Growth Fund, the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund, and the Liverpool City Region Growth Deal.

How can I find out more about business opportunities in Liverpool?

You can find out more about business opportunities in Liverpool by contacting the Liverpool City Region Growth Company