This course will allow you to develop an insight into teaching in the lifelong learning sector. The qualification is aimed at people who work, or want to work as teachers/trainers in the further education and skills sector. For people who are not in a teaching role, or who have just started a teaching role, for those who want a short qualification to enable them to make career choices. You will be able to develop skills in planning, delivery and reflection through a variety of activities.
For more information about the course, contact Andrew Thompson (email@example.com).
Fees (2018-9) £377
This fee includes the registration fee.
This course may be funded by other providers, however at Halesowen College we are running this course as Economic as it will be cheaper for a majority of students.
Written assignments and a micro-teach. Each assignment is marked at pass or refer, there is a second opportunity to submit work. All work must be presented in a portfolio at the end of the course.
There are no formal entry requirements you will though need to have good levels of literacy as work is completed to ‘A’ level standard. All work has to be word processed so some computer skills will also be needed.
You can progress onto the Certificate in Education and Training and then to the Diploma in Education and Training, leading to qualified teacher status following a period of professional formation.
The above course are run in partnership with Worcester University and require guaranteed teaching hours.
An interview is required before you are able to enrol on to this course.
Yes. You will receive a certificate from City and Guilds upon successful completion.
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