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Vision West Nottinghamshire College (Vision University Centre Mansfield)

Certificate in Education Post 14 (Education and Training)

UCAS Code: Not applicable

Certificate of Education - CertEd

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About this course


Course option

2.0years

Part-time | 2020

Subject

Post compulsory education and training

**This course is for you if:**
You want a nationally-recognised teaching qualification that will enable you to teach those 14 years and over in various learning environments such as Further Education colleges, adult and community education, work-based learning, training providers, prisons and public services. The course is a part-time, two-year course and you will need to have a minimum of 50 hours of teaching practice per year over the duration of the two-year course.

**The Vision University Centre is for you if:**
You want an affordable university degree at a centre that offers smaller classes, tutors who are passionate about their industry and dedicated study skills support and tutorials throughout your course to help you achieve your goals.

As a University of Derby partner student, you will have access to the university’s virtual learning environment, including UDo and on-line journals and texts, as well as their library facilities.

Modules

COURSE MODULES*:
- Preparing to Teach Plus (FE and Skills Sector)
- Developing Practical Teaching Skills
- The Theory of Teaching and Learning
- Curriculum Development for Inclusive Practice
- Optional modules include: Behaviour Management for Learning, and Teaching and Learning Informed Research

*Module titles are subject to change.

Assessment methods

Assessment methods are varied and may include portfolio/teaching file, academic posters, essays, reports, observations and a reflective journal.

Tuition fees

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England
£3,610
per year
EU
£3,610
per year
International
£3,610
per year
Northern Ireland
£3,610
per year
Scotland
£3,610
per year
Wales
£3,610
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Vision University Centre - West Nottinghamshire College

Department:

Teacher Education

TEF rating:
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