Direct Entry Year 2 of the Diploma in Education and Training // Level 5
This qualification is for a range of individuals including those in-service who need a teaching qualification to confirm occupational competence. Roles include a teacher, trainer or tutor within a Further Education college, adult and community learning centre, other training providers including those delivering work-based training in the prison service, community, public or private organisations.
Some examples of the modules you will study include:
- Teaching, learning and assessment
- Theories, principles and models of education and training
- Developing teaching, learning and assessment
- Wider professional practice in education and training
You should be aged 19 years or over, suitably qualified (e.g. Level 3) and/or experienced in the subject you intend to teach. A current DBS will be required and no criminal background which might prevent you from working as a teacher with young or vulnerable adults. Initial assessments will be held for Maths and English and evidence of achieving Level 2 Maths and English (or equivalent) is required.
Prior learning from completion of the Certification in Education and Training/CTLLS will be considered. An interview is required.
No examinations. Assessment includes: written assignments, group activities, presentations, teaching observations and peer assessment.
Progression & Careers
Assessors and Verifier awards may also run alongside your qualification and completion can qualify you to apply for QTLS (Qualified Teacher Learning & Skills) status. You can progress to BA (Hons) Degree such as Education Studies.
As part of this course you are required to complete 100 hours of teaching/training. It is the responsibility of the learner to arrange the required teaching hours, as a result the learner may incur additional travel costs related to the completion of teaching hours.
Higher Education Loans
Further information about funding your Higher Education can be found here.
FutureMe in the North East
The North East Collaborative Outreach Programme (NECOP) has launched its FutureMe programme of activity and support to increase the number of young people from the North East progressing to higher education.
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