Are you teaching, or would like to teach, adults or young people over the age of 14 years? Do you desire to use your skills to help people change the world in some way? Then this course could be for you!
The course is for anyone wanting to teach for a social purpose. It is recognised by employers and funders, and could enhance your career.
What does this qualification cover?
The qualification covers the knowledge and skills required by teachers and trainers in the further education and training skills sector. This includes:
- The roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training
- Inclusive teaching and learning approaches
- Assessment of learners
- Facilitating learning and development for individuals and groups
- Understanding the principles and practices of assessment
When is the course and how long does it last?
You can choose to take this course midweek or over weekends in college or over two weeks online. As well as attending class sessions (in college or live online) you will need also to complete independent study at home. Please see upcoming course dates here.
What could this course lead to?
This qualification is awarded by City & Guilds, and is recognised by employers and funders, so it could enhance your career, or lead onto further employment opportunities. It also provides students with the necessary skills, knowledge and understanding to progress onto the Certificate in Education or PGCE in Lifelong Learning.
What are the entry requirements?
There are no formal entry requirements for this course but we will ask you about your skills to ensure that this course is right for you at this time. The course involves learning within college and some private study at home, which means you will need access to a digital or computer device and the internet.
The course costs £395 on campus / £250 online
For more information about funding support contact Student Services.
How to apply:
You can apply for this course over the phone on 01226 776000 or via this link apply.northern.ac.uk