Wrexham Glyndwr University
These courses aim to provide graduates with the opportunity to develop professional knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes to become teachers, tutors and/or trainers in the learning sector and skills sector (post-compulsory education and training); these courses have been developed as a result of major changes in the requirements for teachers within the learning and skills sector; these courses offer the prospect of teaching and assessing students across a breadth of curricula and provide an online learning capability that promotes flexibility through a variety of learning opportunities; training builds upon students previous knowledge and experience and there is a strong emphasis on active learning; students gain a qualification enabling them to teach students in further education, sixth form and tertiary colleges, prisons, adult education and work-based learning settings.
Applicants need a Bachelor's degree in the subject they wish to teach; for entry on to the part-time course applicants need to secure 150 hours of teaching for the duration of the course, with an appropriate education or training institute; for the Certificate in Education applicants are required to hold a level 3 qualification in the subject they wish to teach.
Modules include: introduction to teaching; the reflective practitioner; teaching to enable learning subject specialist pedagogy; the organisation and the individual; teacher as self-developer; negotiated study; innovation and the teacher; certificate in education; reflective practice; preparing to teach in the lifelong learning sector; learning and teaching; subject specialist teaching; teaching and the organisation; self development and the teacher; negotiated study (professional issues) teacher as innovator; introduction to teaching in the lifelong learning sector; the reflective practitioner; teaching to enable learning; subject specialist pedagogy; the organisation and the individual; teacher as self-developer; negotiated study (professional studies); innovation and the teacher.
Assessments are based on students undertaking practical-based assignments throughout the course; the course team is responsive to creative use of assessment strategies that facilitate and support learners� styles of learning; tutor, mentor and peer observations are integral to the programme.
|Qualification||Study mode||Fee||Course duration|
|Graduate Certificate||Part-time||-||2 years|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Northop Campus||Mold||CH7 6AA||Wales|
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