What is the programme structure?
You will attend classes at the Hartford Campus for approx. 20 weeks.
Who is the programme for?
This programme is aimed towards those who have already achieved the qualification Level 3 ‘Award in Education and Training The Level 4 Certificate programme is the next stage for those deemed to be in an “associate teacher” role or for those who wish to work towards the “full teacher” role. This programme meets with LSIS standards.
How long does it take to complete?
Approx. 2 terms
What qualifications do I need?
Entry is dependent on holding a Level 3 Award in Education and teaching. An advanced qualification in your subject specialism area. GCSE Maths & English or working toward or equivalent will be required [support will be available to enable you to work towards these whilst on the course]
What does it include?
Are there any special facilities for the programme?
The classroom provided will be sufficient for the courses requirements.
Will there be any extra costs involved?
Students may need to purchase text books.
How is the programme assessed?
There is no examination. You will be assessed on both theoretical and practical assignments. You will require a minimum of 30 hours teaching practice. Planning to meet the needs of learners in education and training Delivering education and training Assessing learners in education and training Using resources in education and training Action research project
What award will I achieve?
Level 4 Certificate in Education and Teaching
What can I do next?
This award has been designed to provide progression to the level 5 Diploma in Education and Teaching or the Phase 2 of the Certificate in Education/PGCE. These qualifications confer the required skills and knowledge to fill the named ‘Full Teacher’ role
Mid Cheshire College is committed to the implementation of a policy to achieve equality of opportunity for all staff, students and members of the community it serves. In doing so the College will actively work to achieve equality regardless of age, race, skin colour, disability, gender, marital status, sexuality and faith. The College supports the government initiative ‘Every Child Matters’ and ‘Youth Matters’ and all courses include elements which contribute to students achieving the five outcomes, namely, being healthy, staying safe, enjoying and achieving, making a positive contribution and achieving economic well-being.
How do I get further information?
Contact the college on 01606 74444 alternatively visit the website www.midchesh.ac.uk or email email@example.com
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