Initial Teacher Training in the Centre for Lifelong Learning exists to provide high quality teacher education and professional development for those working in the FE and Skills sector.
We offer a wide variety of Initial Teacher Training and CPD courses. Please select any courses in which you are interested to find out more.
Most FE organisations will require a teacher to hold the Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training or the PGDE, if they are in the full teaching role (Full or part time).
Watch this video to learn more about our courses and find the one which is right for you
This video was created in July 2015.
Initial Teacher Training
with an undergraduate degree but no teaching qualification
Postgraduate Diploma in Education (FE and Skills Sector) (placement provided)
For further details about bursaries, please contact ittbursary at warwick dot ac dot uk.
|with level 3 qualifications e.g. A-Levels, BTEC Advanced, NVQs, Access etc.; English Level 2, Maths Level 1 and in a teaching role||
Certificate in Education and Training (Level 4) (36 Credits)
Diploma in Education and Training (Level 5)
Diploma in Education and Training (English: Literacy) (Level 5)
Diploma in Education and Training (Mathematics: Numeracy) (Level 5) Become qualified with one qualification covering both generic and subject specialist skills, knowledge and understanding.Diploma in Education and Training: SEND (Level 5) Become qualified with one qualification covering both generic and subject specialist skills, knowledge and understanding.
with a full generic teaching qualification e.g. DTLLS, Cert Ed, PGCE, 7407 Stage 4 etc.; Maths Level 2, English Level 2 and in a teaching role
Diploma in Teaching: SEND (Level 5)
Diploma in Teaching English: Literacy (Level 5)
Diploma in Teaching Functional English (Level 5)
Explore topics such as Numeracy and the Learners, Developing Numeracy Knowledge and Understanding and Numeracy Learning and Teaching.
Supporting teachers to deliver GCSE English (Level 5)
Training to support those who are taking or re-sitting GCSE English, especially those aged 16-19, including strategies to motivate learners.
Supporting teachers to deliver GCSE Mathematics (Level 5)
Training to support those who are taking or re-sitting GCSE Mathematics, especially those aged 16-19, including strategies to motivate learners.
No previous qualifications; operating at level 2 English and Maths
Certificate in Education and Training (CET) 12 Credits (Level 4)
This blended learning programme is for teachers and assessors working in the FE and Skills Sector who are involved in the delivery of Functional Mathematics to adults and young people. This course may be studied as an end in itself, or can be used to meet the entry requirements for Level 5 diploma courses for Adult Numeracy Subject Specialists.
Operating at Level 2 English and Maths; working in a relevant educational context
Coaching and Mentoring (Level 4)
Supporting Functional English in the Vocational Curriculum
Supporting Functional Mathematics in the Vocational Curriculum This 30 hour (FHEQ4, 10 credit) programme provides vocational teachers in the FE and Skills Sector with the underpinning knowledge and skills to plan and deliver Functional Mathematics to vocational learners.
Supporting Functional Skills in the Vocational Curriculum
Supporting Learning in the FE and Skills Sector
This 24-30 hours (FHEQ4, 10 credit) programme introduces teachers and support practitioners to theories and strategies in relation to teaching disabled learners in the FE and skills sector and to support them with planning, delivery, assessment and critical evaluation within this context.
Initial Teacher Training staff
(click Course Teams on the left and select ITT)