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Hertford Regional College

Professional Certificate or Graduate Certificate in Education

UCAS Code: Not applicable

Diploma in Education and Training - DET

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2.0years

Part-time | 2021

Take on one of our ever-popular Teacher Training courses to support you on the road to a rewarding and fulfilling career with many perks and benefits.

This is a two-year, part-time course which leads to an initial teaching qualification for those who teach or intend to teach in the education and training sector.

Our Teacher Training courses are validated by the University of Greenwich, meaning you can be confident that you are achieving a recognised qualification.

- Our part-time courses in Teacher Training will provide you with flexible study hours to fit around your commitments

- You are able to work in the sector whilst completing your qualification

- Students who successfully complete this qualification will be able to take up full teaching roles within the sector

- Our lecturers have years of experience within the sector, so will be able to support you throughout your time with us

- You will be able to gain a deeper understanding of the sector

- You will build a portfolio of work to support you at interviews

Modules

We will help you learn a wide range of skills that will support you to work in the teaching industry, including how to:

- Undertake group learning activities to develop your knowledge and understanding of teaching in the education and training sector
- Complete assignments linked to the programme's themes
- Plan and deliver teaching and learning (50 hours minimum in each year of study)
- Complete wider reading and research
- Teach competently within your subject specialist area
- Reflect critically on a range of professional issues and practices
- Take responsibility for identifying your own continuing professional development

Assessment methods

You will be assessed by completing assignments which are submitted at the end of each semester (there are two semesters per year). You will also complete a practical teaching folder which shows evidence of your ongoing practice, including teaching observations and a professional development record.

Tuition fees

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England
£3,082
per year
Northern Ireland
£3,082
per year
Scotland
£3,082
per year
Wales
£3,082
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Broxbourne

Department:

Teacher Education

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