This programme is an ideal introduction to teaching. It is for anyone who wants to work as a teacher, trainer or instructor who is not currently in the profession and is considering it as an option. It is on the Qualification and Credit Framework (QCF) and is the introductory award to the suite of teaching qualifications.
- The roles, responsibilities and relationships of a tutor in education and training
- How to plan and deliver inclusive teaching / training sessions
- How to assess and give constructive and developmental feedback to students to support their development.
Twelve weeks part-time, delivered on a Tuesday or Thursday evening from 6pm - 9pm.
The next course commences on Tuesday, 8 January 2019.
The full cost of this course is £625. However, discounts may be available if you have multiple staff members that could benefit from training.
On completion of the programme, students can progress on to the Professional Graduate Certificate in Education, Certificate in Education or Diploma in Education and Training.
If you are already employed in the education sector, this course will improve your chances of promotion and if you are not, it will provide the ideal platform to launch a career in teaching.
Students must be 19+ to undertake this programme. It is desirable that students have a GCSE grade 4 or C or above in Maths and English, or an equivalent qualification.
Professional Graduate Certificate in Education
Equine teacher Jack has benefitted greatly from the teaching expertise he has gained from his course, which he says will help him take his career to the next level.
Jack has studied the course part-time, to complement his work commitments, and now feels more confident and prepared as a teacher.
“Because the course is part-time, on an evening, it allows us to study around our working hours,” he said.
“We’ve been learning how to deal with different teaching situations and issues that might occur. It has really helped me developed my skills as a teacher and has given me ideas about how to deal with different situations.
“I work as an equine teacher, covering the practical side, and also as a freelance equine instructor teaching people how to ride. I wanted to do this course to help me develop more as a teacher and get more of a background in the lecturing side of things.
“It has really helped me teach in the further education sector.”