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Graduates may apply for membership to the Society for Education and Training (SET) and gain QTLS.
CertEd graduates may wish to top-up to a BA (Hons) Education and Training degree
You will need to have at least 50 hours of teaching per year of the course. You will also need a GCSE in English and mathematics at grade C or above, or equivalent (recognised Level 2 qualification) and a clear current DBS certificate. You need to apply through the University of Portsmouth and all shortlisted applicants are subject to interview at Eastleigh College.
The course units are:
Year 1 - Planning, Assessing & Evaluating and Learning Programmes; Theories & Principles for Planning & Enabling Learning in a Specialist Subject area. You will understand your own role and responsibilities in relation to the teaching and learning process and learn how to plan and prepare lessons using the appropriate teaching and learning strategies. You will also be able to apply theories and principles of learning to enable inclusive learning.
Year 2 - Professional Practice, Curriculum Design in a Specialist Subject Area. You will investigate education policy in an area relevant to your own work. You will also do a small piece of research to develop your understanding of your learners and of your own practice. You will reflect on your own development needs and create a teaching file of evidence linking theory to practice.
The course is assessed by written work, oral presentation, observation of teaching and a teaching practice file. You will develop the skills required to be a reflective teacher in post 16 education and training.
You will receive either a Certificate (Level 5) or a Professional Graduate Certificate (Level 6) in Further Education and Training from the University of Portsmouth. The Professional Graduate Certificate is similar to the former Post Graduate Certificate. The Certificate in Education from the University of Portsmouth has been designed to meet the national requirements of the new Diploma in Education and Training.
The course will be taught by a mixture of lectures, seminars, group work and guided self study. Individual tutorials are an important part of the course.
Additional learning support is available from the University.
For someone already teaching in further education or training who wants to improve their understanding and practice, and gain the recognised qualification to work in post 16 education and training. You can do the course at Level 5 as a non-graduate or Level 6 as a graduate.
If you have completed Year 1 or an equivalent course already you may be able to join Year 2.
To apply for this course you will need to fill in an application on The University of Portsmouth website. Click on ''APPLY NOW'' below for further information via a link to the University of Portsmouth website.
Please note the fees are 2,300 for year 1 and 2,300 for year 2.
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The fees shown are the total payable by students over both years of this two year course, however instalment plans and loans may be available to assist with this. Please contact our Information, Advice and Guidance team on 023 8091 1000 to find out more.
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*Fees will apply if you are over 18. You may be eligible for fee support or a loan. To find out an accurate cost, based on your individual circumstances, please contact our Information, Advice and Guidance team.
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