• PGCE

    Professional Graduate Certificate in Education
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Get into Post 16 Teaching with a PGCE

The PGCE programme framework outlines an attractive and innovative approach to teacher education and training that meets the current need for accredited teaching and training qualifications in the diverse post-compulsory sector.

The PGCE is aimed at those who have a degree in the subject they wish to teach. This course is accredited through Aberystwyth University and leads to a Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE).

The PCE is aimed at those with five years vocational experience who do not hold a degree but hold a level three or above qualifications in their vocational discipline. This course is accredited through Aberystwyth University and leads to a Professional Certificate in Education (PGCE).

Modules
You will study 6 out of 8 of the following modules of 20 credits each.
Effective Teaching for Effective Learning 1
Effective Teaching for Effective Learning 2
Specialist Subject Learning and Development
Learning Literacies
Equality, Diversity and Inclusive Learning
Learning Digital Competencies
Offender Learning
Bilingual Learning

You will also carry out Teaching Practice and Professional Development through a one day per week teaching placement, a minimum of 100 teaching hours.


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