AEB Short Courses – Frequently Asked Questions
The AEB aims to engage adults and provide the skills and learning needed to progress in work, or to support employment opportunities.
Employers also can access AEB to improve or refresh the skills of their current workforce, and learners can utilise the AEB to gain new skills to prepare them for the workplace, improve progression opportunities or support a career change.
These qualifications are delivered by distance learning and you will be allocated a personal tutor to support you.
You will be provided with learning and assessment materials that have been developed to meet the qualification requirements. The course is fully online, although you will also receive paper-based materials which you can work from, and keep for future reference. Upon enrolment you will be given submission deadlines for each unit. When you complete the work is completely up to you, as long as it’s submitted by each deadline. Your assessment question answers are submitted through our online portal and then sent off to your tutor for marking and guidance. Your tutor will provide you with written feedback on the assessments you submit, as well as be on hand for any additional support needs you may have.
To be considered for this course you must:
- Live in England
- Be aged 19+
- Not currently be on any other funded programme or an apprenticeship
- Have lived in the EU for at least 3 years
- Not have already completed the same course
- Live in a non-devolved postcode area (we will check this for you if you decide to go ahead with the course)
- Be employed if living in The North of Tyne Combined Authority
It’s available to those who have previously studied at degree level or above.
Please note that new learners are required to complete a short, untimed English informal assessment online prior to enrolment. This is to satisfy funding provider requirements, and also ensure that you have an appropriate level of English to complete the course.
Whilst these courses are essentially ‘free’, we do require your time and commitment. Courses vary in terms of length and the number of units / questions per unit.
Clicking on the link below will provide you with an idea of how many assessment questions you will complete overall, and what this works out if you complete work daily. Please note – questions are not multiple choice or one-word answers. Full sentences are required.
We currently have the following courses available but keep coming back as we plan to add more very soon.
- Autism Awareness
- Adult Mental Health Problems
- Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE)
- Behaviours that Challenge
- Children & Young People’s Mental Health
- Counselling Skills
- Customer Service
- Data Protection & Data Security (GDPR)
- Equality and Diversity
- Information, Advice or Guidance
- Mental Health First Aid
- Nutrition & Health
- Safeguarding and Prevent
- Specific Learning Difficulties
- Team Leading
- Business Improvement Techniques
- Lean Organisation Management Techniques
Yes, of course! As long as funding is available you can do as many as you wish. Once you have finished one course, and it has been through our quality checks, we can get you signed straight up for the next one.
If you have any other questions please email AEB@keytraining.co.uk