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Personal Presentation in the Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training (CET)

How I portray myself when teaching the Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training

Personal presentation is how you portray yourself. The question I always as is how do I portray myself when delivering the Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training (CET), do I look smart and presentable? How do I portray myself online and on social media? I communicate with my learners online and I am friends with many of my learners as we build that connection on the course. If you see my on social media, I look smart, this represents me as a person.

Social Media in the Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training

Social media is dangerous as you cannot always control what is on there but think about the differences to me now as a professional in comparison to who I was as an 18-year-old boy trying to fit in with his friends. How would it look to my learners if they saw how I was when I was 18 or how I communicate with others to even how my children will see me as they grow up? Proceed with extreme caution.  

Anyway, presentation is about setting the right impression. When we teach the Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training (CET) is how we present ourselves when we greet our learners for the first time and the way we communicate over the phone or through emails. Presentation has a major impact on the first impression someone has on you. The reason this is important is at we need to be seen as being a role model and credible that we know what we’re doing. Learners’ ned confidence what you are delivering is correct.  

Communication skills in the Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training

The Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training (CET) covers communication skills, and these are vital to delivering employability skills. How you transfer your knowledge and insights to your learners is the difference between the message being understood or misunderstood. People who lack self-esteem and confidence may fail to convey their message effectively or fully utilise their skills and abilities because of the way they present themselves. However, by improving your communication skills and reducing barriers to understanding, you may also improve your self-esteem and confidence. 

Showing you have good personal presentation is as simple as turning up on time, dressed professionally and appropriately, and appearing confident and enthusiastic about the role. If you get that right you’ll make a great first impression and can go on to talk about your excellent communication, teamwork and people skills – which all go towards presenting you in a positive way. 

Personal presentation in the Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training

Personal presentation also involves being aware of your own and others' body language. Body language uses physical behaviour, expressions, and mannerisms to communicate nonverbally. And it is often done instinctively rather than consciously, when you interact with a person you give out wordless signals every time which affects your professionalism if not handled properly. Your body language includes your posture, whether you are active, attentive, and focused at work or not. Another important aspect is maintaining subtle eye contact. It tells the other person if you are listening to them or not, it also makes you appear more confident and promotes professional attitudes.  

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matthew reynolds
Mathew Reynolds | Managing Director and Teacher
Welcome to the ETA. It is my goal to help you get your qualifications in the easiest and quickest way. Unlike other training providers, I am putting my name and reputation on the line, I am not hiding behind logos, this is me, this is my company and I am accountable for you to reach your goals.
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