This recognised teaching qualification enables industry professionals to become a qualified further education teacher. The course encourages you to develop subject-specific knowledge by working closely with your course tutors and work-based subject mentors.
|Qualification name||Certificate in Education (CertEd)|
|Awarding organisation||University of Portsmouth|
|Course type||Classroom based|
|Course start date||1st September 2022|
|Cost description||please enquire|
A minimum of level 3 (A level or equivalent) within your subject specialist area Sufficient experience to establish professional competence Teaching opportunities of at least 50 hours per year GCSE Maths and English at grade 4 (C) or above – or equivalent Successful interview All offers are subject to Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) clearance and Occupational Health clearance English language proficiency at a minimum of IELTS band 6.0 with no component score below 5.5.
On this course, you will develop your skills as a teacher through practical activity and the study of theories and contemporary issues within further education. You will join fellow professionals from a range of subject backgrounds for lectures and seminars, creating an effective peer network where a variety of teaching practice can be shared. You will then gain work experience in a teaching placement. You are expected to either be in teaching employment or have secured your own teaching placement where you will teach at least 50 hours per year and have an identified subject mentor. Attendance is through one session a week – currently timetabled for 5.15 – 8.15 on either a Tuesday or Wednesday (to be confirmed) although you will be expected to undertake your own research and further reading in your own time. You will need to maintain or develop proficiency in IT as a University of Portsmouth and Isle of Wight College student. This will be vital to your future career in teaching and we will support you by offering access to our computer suites and academic support services.
The course is split into four units that are studied over two years. Unit 1.1 Planning, Assessing and Evaluating Teaching and Learning Programmes: Unit 1.2Theories and Principles for Planning and Enabling Learning in a Specialist Subject Area Unit 2.1 Professional Practice: Unit 2.2 Curriculum Design in a Specialist Subject Area
Each unit has varying approaches to assessment. Examples include research based essays, teaching practice files, lesson observations and logging personal development which will be supported by reflective accounts.
The CertEd offers non-graduates in teaching roles the opportunity to secure a qualification in their chosen profession, enhancing your potential for promotion and progression. It also paves the way to a BEd in education.
|Name||The Isle Of Wight College - Newport|
The Isle Of Wight College
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