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Fast Track Diploma in Education and Training (DET/Professional GCE)

Course Type : Qualification

Course Duration : 1 year

LEVELS 4 and 5 (ProfGCE 6) Validated by Canterbury Christ Church University (Grade 1 Teacher Training Ofsted 2014)
This course is intended for students who are able to commit to an intense training programme of study alongside teaching experience. This course could be suitable for a full time intern or someone already working part time in the industry who can fully commit to the fast track programme.
Module 1-3
Modules include an introduction to teaching and learning with a focus on planning and delivering effective learning. Module 2 looks at Assessment methods and strategies that can be employed flexibly to support individual students and module 3 explores theory and its application to practice.
Module 4-6
These modules are an extension of module 1-3 and aims to develop teaching skills and knowledge. The focus is on the profession as a whole, rather than the individual. Prospective students must have passed module 3. The successful completion of module 4-6 will enable students to achieve the DET award (Diploma in Education and Training level 5) or Professional Graduate Certificate in Education and Training (ProfGCE level 6).
Assessment
Students will be assessed by reflections, assignments, a Micro Teach, lesson observations by tutors and mentors, peer observations, lesson plans and schemes of work, evaluation of overall teaching, presentations, essays, group work and a Progress Log. All students are required to achieve Module 1 to progress to Modules 2 and 3 to progress to module 4. Assignments and tasks are assessed using the module learning outcomes and level 4 academic standards. All observations will be assessed against the teaching standards. Students following the ProfGCE route will undertake extended assignments.
DET students' work is assessed against the module learning outcomes and academic standards level 5. ProfGCE work is assessed against the module learning outcomes and the academic standards level 6.

Sample Course Weekly Timetable
Day 1
09.00am - 12.30pm
13.35-16.30 - Interns will have teaching experience
17.45-18.15 - There will be an opportunity of a shared practice session for all DET/ProfGCE students
Day 2
09.00am - 12.30pm
13.35-16.30 - Interns will have teaching experience
Day 3
09.00am -11.25am - Interns will have a training session and learning walks
11.25am - 12.15pm - Study groups
12.15-16.30 - Interns will gain experience with tutorial, learner support and enrichment as well as a study group.

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY
Tuition fees are payable direct to Canterbury Christ Church University. Students will be entitled to apply for a loan from the Student Loans Company.
All students have to satisfy certain literacy, ICT and numeracy requirements and to be educated to at least level 3 or level 4 (HND/HNC foundation degree, first degree or a professional qualification).
Students who have achieved at least a degree may take the Prof GCE route during modules 4-6 with tutor recommendations.
This is an in-service training and therefore all students must have their teaching experiences (100 hours for the year) arranged externally and confirmed in writing prior to starting the course.
Bexhill College offers an internship scheme. These are through separate application and interview process. These positions will be advertised on the Bexhill College website and in the local press.
Prospective students should provide a CV and two references and attend an interview. You will also need a DBS check (approximate cost of £44) which is a requirement for the course and a mentor who is happy to support you in the workplace.

You will be required to attend an interview for this course. Contact Louise Davison (Course Co-ordinator) on 01424 214545 ext 1144 for further advice and guidance.

Commencing: Week of Monday 11th September 2017
Duration: 1 Year (3 days a week with voluntary teaching hours provided by the College).
Time: Term time only (see timetable above)
Fee: £5,400


How to apply for this course

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