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Postgraduate degrees in Adult Education Teacher Training equip graduates to work as educational professionals catering to mature students and lifelong learning opportunities.
Programmes may offer an Initial Teacher Training (ITT) qualification such as the UK PGCE (Postgraduate Certificate in Education) or similar alternative. Other professional development courses may also be available for professionals seeking to enter this area of Education.
These qualifications are usually intended for graduates (or existing professionals) seeking to work with adult learners in schools, colleges and other scenarios. They will normally develop the same general subject expertise and teaching techniques required by other teachers, but will also focus on the specific skills needed to engage with students returning to study for personal or professional development.
Adult Education is an important and rewarding field, with the chance to improve life chances for those previously unable to access secondary or tertiary qualifications. Typical employers include schools, colleges and universities. Alternative career paths also exist in education policy, community engagement and third sector (charity work).
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Successful completion of the Diploma / Professional Graduate Certificate (typically two years part-time) allows you to apply for Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) status. Read more
Share your love of learning. Use your specialist subject knowledge every day. Help people discover new interests and careers. The Post Compulsory Education and Training (PCET) Pre-service is a professional teacher education course that will qualify you to teach in the post-compulsory education and training sector. Read more
Do you have a bachelor’s degree in a specialist subject and wish to teach people aged 14 and over? If you want to inspire and educate others in your specialist subject, this nationally-recognised Master’s level teaching qualification opens the door to teaching and assessing in further and higher education, work-based learning, pre-employment training and more. Read more
If you want to inspire and educate others in a specialist subject, this nationally-recognised teaching qualification opens the door to teaching and assessing in further and higher education, work-based learning, pre-employment training and more. Read more
There is a national shortage of mathematics and numeracy tutors. If you have a bachelor’s degree along with a talent for maths and the desire to help people overcome their fear of numbers, this qualification opens the door to teaching up to Level 2/GCSE mathematics and numeracy to learners aged 14 and over. Read more
Do you wish to support learners with additional needs and help them achieve their potential? If you have a bachelor’s degree, this qualification aims to build on your personal strengths and interests to help you become an effective and creative teacher of people aged 14 and over who have additional needs. Read more
There’s a national shortage of mathematics and numeracy tutors. Read more
Do you wish to support learners with additional needs and help them achieve their potential? If you have a bachelor’s degree, this Master’s level qualification aims to build on your personal strengths and interests to help you become an effective and creative teacher of people aged 14 and over who have additional needs. Read more
This course provides you with the skills and qualifications required for teaching post-16 special educational needs students. You'll gain useful practical teaching experience, and reinforce it with theoretical study. Read more
The PGCE Further Education is a professional course that will qualify you to teach in the lifelong learning sector. This sector offers you a breadth of potential employment routes including Further Education colleges, sixth form colleges, adult and community learning, work-based learning and prison education. Read more
Pastoral care is important and relevant to all teaching practice, but being able to learn, evaluate and critically assess is a real skill which can enhance your professional practice and lead you to explore newer areas of guidance and support to help your students get the most from their study experience and life. Read more
At University of Dundee, the TQFE course is delivered almost entirely online, allowing you to fit your studies around your professional and personal commitments. Read more
Liverpool Hope University is one of the country's leading providers of Initial Teacher Education. Read more