University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD Lampeter and Carmarthen)

University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD)

Datblygiad Proffesiynol (Professional Development)

The programme: provides students the opportunity to develop critical, analytical and higher order understanding of their own practice, as well as bringing a further element of critical evaluation into their subject knowledge and understanding; provides a flexible pattern of study for students who seek further professional development within the field of education; develops the capacity for students to plan and manage their own learning through identifying their own professional development needs.

Entry requirements

Mae pob athro dosbarth cyfredol a chyn athro dosbarth yn gymwys i ymgeisio: ond yr AALlau sy'n gweinyddu derbyn myfyrwyr i'r cyrsiau rheolaeth ganol. Ar hyn o bryd mae 'llwybrau' gwahanol ar gael a anelir at anghenion rheini sydd ar ddechrau'u gyrfa addysgu, rheini � diddordeb mewn maes penodol a'r rheini sy'n gobeithio symud i reolaeth ganol o fewn ysgol gynradd neu ysgol uwchradd. (All current and former classroom teacher classroom teacher is eligible to apply: but the LEA administers admissions to middle management courses; currently there are 'routes' available aimed at different needs of those at the start of a career in teaching, those interested in a particular area and those aspiring to middle management within primary or secondary).

Course modules

Middle leadership modules: making the most of ICT in the foundation phase; making the most of ICT at KS2; developing thinking skills with learners; mentoring trainee teachers; physical education modules: good practice in physical education; inclusive physical education and school sport; other classroom related modules: subject (or area of learning) leadership; impact of inset on classroom practice; inset as a catalyst for whole school change; practical bilingualism; teaching welsh and second language methodology in the primary sector; independent study module; dyslexia and the primary and secondary school: strategies for inclusion; promoting the distinctiveness of church schools.

Qualifications

Qualification Study mode Start month Fee Course duration
Graduate Certificate Part-time - 3 years
Graduate Diploma Part-time - 3 years

Campus details

Campus name Town Postcode Region Main campus Campus Partner
Carmarthen Campus Carmarthen SA31 3EP Wales

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Key information

Contact: 
Registry Admissions
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0300 500 5054