For teachers/trainers working in the Lifelong Learning sector educational contexts (including 14-19 age range).
- Successful completion of a formal interview
- Level 3 qualification
- Undergraduate degree (third class)
- 100 hours teaching practice over two years (40 in year one)
- Current DBS check
- Level 2 English Qualification
- L2 Numeracy is advisable
Note: Optional units subject to change.
You study a range of modules that takes you from preparing to teach through to more advanced practice skills. You also study a range of wider issues that affect the Education and Training educational sector, such as educational policy, quality assurance and your own personal and professional development needs.
You are assessed by a combination of written assessments, reflective teaching journals, teaching portfolios, and by observations of your teaching practice. At the end of the first year there is a compulsory (assessed) student conference where you will be working with fellow subject specialists. This is compulsory. If you are already in employment you must make arrangements to attend.
From Cert Ed to second year BA (Hons) Education Studies, graduate teaching programme or Master's Degree in Education.
Before progressing to the main programme there is a requirement to
successfully complete the introductory module (in the autumn term of the first
year). There is an expectation that students will work in their own time to
complete the necessary reading, reflection, evaluation and assessment work. It
is advised that you will spend significant hours of independent study outside
timetabled sessions. Please think carefully before undertaking a course of this
nature as it is demanding and you will need to consider your work, family and
social commitments. APL and APEL will be considered via individual application
by the university.
For further information and to apply go to:-