Looking to learn flexibly while achieving an award recognised in a range of educational settings? This acclaimed PGCE (non-QTS) programme is delivered online as a distance learning provision. It is a part-time programme which can be taken flexibly, on its own, or alongside part-time employment. The course is ideal for individuals who already work in an educational setting, looking to progress in their career. Course Overview Drawn from the learning of our well-respected PGCE provision, this online course allows you to attain a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Non-QTS) in a flexible learning framework. The two modules on this programme will enable you to critically analyse learning and teaching. In doing so you will be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of key theories of learning and teaching and to reflect on their application in your chosen setting. This incredibly flexible course is a unique option, perfect for people already working in an educational setting or looking to enter a career in this sector. Moreover, it is complimentary for those undertaking or who have completed an alternative route into teaching, such as the QTS Direct Assessment Only route or the SCITT route. It is also a wonderful option to support career progression, for those currently employed or volunteering in an educational setting. On this course you will...
- Benefit from the flexibility of fully online course delivery.
- Be supported by expert academics and staff on a programme designed around you.
- Learn from an experienced, highly qualified programme team, working at the forefront of the academic field.
- Take a step forwards in your chosen education career path.
- Utilise cutting edge research on a newly revalidated and up-to-date course.
- PGCE7001 Raising the Achievement of Learners
- PGCE7002 Quality Teaching in Educational Settings
You will be assessed through the successful completion of the two online masters-level modules: Raising the Achievement of Learners and Quality Teaching in Educational Settings. The programme uses a variety of assessment methods ranging from different types of academic writing, literature reviews, annotated reading lists, written evaluations of practice and also through online engagement with the reflective practitioner focus. The tutor team aims to support a range of different learning styles in a fully inclusive manner.
Qualified teacher status (QTS)
To work as a teacher at a state school in England or Wales, you will need to achieve qualified teacher status (QTS). This is offered on this course for the following level:
- Course does not award QTS
Students with qualifications and criteria not outlined below may be admitted to the course. Please contact the Enquiry Centre for further details. First, 2:1 or 2:2 Undergraduate degree. Applicants must currently be working in, or have access to, an educational setting for the duration of the course.
Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£2000||Year 1|
|Republic of Ireland||£3500||Year 1|