Level 5 Diploma
|Starts||This particular course will not be offered in 2017/18. To register your interest in future courses please join our mailing list.|
|Qualification||45 credits NQF Level 5|
A full generic teaching qualification. A cleared DBS check and a subject specialist mentor. GCSE English and maths @ grade C or equivalent. A teaching placement or be in a teaching role that provides at least 50 hours of practice over the year.
IELTS 6.5 or equivalent (speaking and listening at 7.0) with no other component below 6.0.
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|Cost||£2250. Student loans may be available for this course. To find out more please visit the Student Funding webpages.
Key features of the course
- Flexible / blended delivery model
- Attendance at face to face taught days once a month
- Directed on line tasks completed between the taught days
- Extensive but supported use of technology
- Takes account of different contexts
- Delivered by experienced teacher trainers
- High level of support from tutors
Who is a ‘disabled learner’? How do I begin to plan, deliver and assess learning that is inclusive to every learner?
On this programme, you develop your knowledge and understanding of teaching ‘disabled’ learners. You will explore a range of specific learning and disability impairments, and develop the skills to be able to plan, deliver and assess inclusive learning.
Elizabeth White, Programme Lead