University of South Wales
Teaching English for Speakers of Other Languages
A teaching qualification (generic post-16 Cert Ed/PGCE or equivalent, or a primary or secondary teaching qualification); you must be teaching groups of post-16 learners a minimum of 3 hours a week in your chosen specialist subject from the start and throughout the course (teaching needs to be at a minimum of 2 core curriculum levels, eg, entry level and level 1); your teaching must take place in an approved environment (normally further education, adult education, voluntary sector or publicly funded training provider) and references from your employer are requested; where English is not a 1st language applicants are required to provide evidence of proficiency in English Language at IELTS level 6.5 or equivalent; health declaration, enhanced disclosure and barring service check required as appropriate; an interview is required for this course.
Assessment is closely connected to your teaching and professional development. Methods include presentations, micro-teaching, case studies, seminars, teaching practice observations and critical evaluations of your own practice. There are no formal written exams.
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