Teaching is an attractive option for anyone with a passion for learning who may want to pass this on to others. This long standing course is validated by the highly respected University of Huddersfield. This course is designed for graduates wishing to gain a Professional Graduate Certificate in Education in the post compulsory sector (note this qualification does not qualify you to teach in the primary or secondary sector).Apply Now
Teaching is an attractive option for anyone with a passion for learning who may want to pass this on to others. This long standing course is validated by the highly respected University of Huddersfield. This course is designed for graduates wishing to gain a Professional Graduate Certificate in Education in the post compulsory sector (note this qualification does not qualify you to teach in the primary or secondary sector). The course teaches you how to develop a curriculum, helping you to improve your teaching skills and identify key areas where you can develop your professional abilities. Applicants must complete 100 hours classroom teaching in the year. Once you have completed the course, you can expect to be working in a lifelong learning environment with all the relevant skills that you need to support the students in your care.
· Research Informed Teaching Learning and
· Becoming a Subject Specialist
· Being a Subject Specialist
· Policy and Professional Issues
Validating Partner: This programme is currently validated by The University of Huddersfield
Upon completion of this teacher training qualification students may wish to progress to the Master’s in Education programme or pursue a career in any of the following areas: Further Education lecturer Higher Education lecturer SEN specialist teacher Independent sector teacher Pastoral lead Alternative education sector teacher Education Officer for charities and public bodies Industrial trainer Teaching abroad.
UCAS provides support for young people making post-18 choices, as well as mature learners, by providing information, advice, and guidance to inspire and facilitate educational progression to university, college, or a degree apprenticeship.
We support 1.5 million students every year to explore entering higher education, employment and apprenticeships and manage almost three million applications, from around 700,000 people each year, for full-time undergraduate courses at over 380 universities and colleges across the UK.
If you are going to apply to Universities following completion of your Access to HE course then you will need to apply through this link which provides additional information about applying they can also provide advice regarding applying for Student finance and that is available here.
Student finance for undergraduates is an important part of the student experience and you may be able to borrow money to help pay for tuition fees and help with living costs. This is all available at the Student Finance website which has a step-by-step guide. Click here for further information.
It is important to note that when you enrol on an Access to HE courseyou can apply for an Advanced Learner Loan to help with the costs of a course at a college or training provider in England.
Loan eligibility does not depend on your income and there are no credit checks.
Check if you’re eligible before you apply for an Advanced Learner Loan.
Your loan will be written off if you then sign up for a Higher Education course AND you have completed in full the Access to HE course.
Full Time Higher Education
We are proud to collaborate with University of Hull on the validation of this course.
This includes transforming our programmes to ensure that we meet the evolving needs of the sector, giving you the best opportunities for success when you graduate by having a competence-based focus. Find out more about competence-based higher education.
View the policies and procedures you would be agreeing to comply with by registering for this programme. This encompasses University of Hull Quality and Standards, including a Guide for Collaborative Provision students.
Visit the University of Hull's website here.