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Teaching English: Literacy Advanced Diploma


Course Description

About this course

Northumbria University is the largest North East provider of CPD in Education, and this course is at the leading edge of adult learning theory and practice.

Our Advanced Diploma reflects the national requirements in the sector and the changing face of the literacy classroom. It will give you the opportunity to broaden your career possibilities and enhance your teaching practice in this area.

This is a one-year part-time course for practising teachers, lecturers and trainers who work in the field of adult literacy. It is a requirement that you undertake a minimum of 50 teaching hours.

The Advanced Diploma is derived from the National Qualification Framework for Adult Subject Specialist at Level 6 and has been written in consultation with the Learning Skills Improvement Service (LSIS).

See the website https://www.northumbria.ac.uk/study-at-northumbria/courses/teaching-english-literacy-dupenl4/

Who would this Course suit?

Are you excited by the positive impact that literacy has on people and society? This part-time postgraduate Advanced Diploma will place you at the forefront of changing the face of the literacy classroom.

Visit the Teaching English: Literacy Advanced Diploma page on the Northumbria University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Entry is via Cert Ed/PGCE, appropriate qualifications, interview and: First degree or equivalent; regular access to a group of learners; the appropriate qualification in your subject area; having access to 50 hours reflective teaching practice for during the year of the programme; the ability to fulfil the academic requirements for the programme, which includes being able to communicate clearly and grammatically in spoken and written English; the ability to demonstrate the appropriate levels of numeracy and ICT; the ability to pass the Entry test to demonstrate your personal literacy skills at L3.

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