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University of South Wales: Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) in Post Compulsory Education and Training (PcET)
|Institution||University of South Wales|
Application Course Code: 2V9X
Are you interested in teaching or training young people and adults? This teacher training course is for graduates who want to teach a wide range of learners aged 16+ in further education colleges, sixth form colleges, training organisations, prisons, public services or voluntary and adult community organisations.
The (PGCE) Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PcET) level 7 award is a nationally and internationally recognised qualification for teaching and training in the post-16 sector. It provides eligibility for QTLS in England, and registration with EWC in Wales.
Students on the (PGCE) Postgraduate Certificate in Education in Post Compulsory Education and Training (PcET) come from many different backgrounds – you could be a new graduate, a trainer or looking for a career change.
You will be welcomed into a collaborative environment where we work with you to develop the professional values, knowledge and skills you’ll need to work and thrive in a diverse and dynamic PcET sector.
This course is not suitable for those looking to be a Primary or Secondary teacher. It is for teaching in the post-16 sector only.
Postgraduate Certificate in Education - PGCE
|Level||RQF Level 7|
•A 2:1 degree or above is desirable, or a recognised equivalent, in a relevant subject area. If you are offering a vocational subject you are normally expected also to demonstrate that you have some relevant vocational experience
Newport City Campus
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