Overview: Designed for teachers and instructors already working in the sector, the focus of this course is on practical teaching. Trainees will attend one tutor-led group session a week where input will be organised to support their work on scheduled modules. Trainees will also need to be practising teachers with a minimum of 100 hours of teaching hours (50 hours per year) during the course. Voluntary teaching may be acceptable in some circumstances.
For teachers and instructors with industry work experience and a minimum Level 3 qualification in their subject specialism, this course leads to a professional teaching qualification for work in Further Education colleges, adult education, higher education and a wide range of other training and educational settings outside the schools sector.
Trainees will normally have GCSE Maths and English at grades 4 or above (A*-C), the equivalent, or working towards this.
Entry Requirements: A suitable L3 qualification in a subject specific course, such as a HND or a Foundation Degree. The IELTS Score for all entrants is 6.5
Modules Dissertation (40 credits) Health, Safety and Wellbeing (20 credits) Professional Dimensions (20 credits) Quality Provision (20 credits) Contemporary Approaches to Learning and Development (20 credits)
Assessment: Takes on a variety of formats such as poster presentations, written assessments, presentations and observations.
Fees: Contact us for the fees attached to this programme.
Validating Partner: This programme is currently validated by the University of Huddersfield
Contact Hours: The delivery of this programme is one morning/afternoon/evening, you are also expected to complete self-directed study on a weekly basis to extend your subject knowledge.
Completion of Level 3 Subject Specialist Qualification
In addition: Interview and evidence of a work placement