A good honours degree (equivalent to a UK first- or upper second-class degree) from a recognised university and, ideally, professional experience relating to the area of study.
Months of entry
Places are available to applicants wishing to teach a wide range of academic and vocational subjects, including music, media, English and mathematics. The FE programme prepares you to teach in colleges and sixth form. Topics: Session planning, key theories of teaching and learning, behaviour management, equality, diversity and inclusion and the effective use of ICT and the development of literacy and numeracy. Research projects: The wider 14 to 19 curriculum and issues and policy impacting upon the sector; one action research project. Development: as a reflective professional practitioner throughout the course you will receive feedback from mentors and tutors to support all aspects of your development. Routine: three days each week at a local college, one day at the University and one day for study/ working.
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Course contact details
- Social and Human Sciences
- 023 8059 3473