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Teaching in Lifelong Learning Sector: English Literature and ESOL Diploma

Course Description

About this course

The Diploma is a one-year part-time programme of study for practising teachers, lecturers and trainers who work in the field of adult literacy and/or ESOL. The Diploma has been designed to reflect the professional demands upon adult literacy/ESOL subject specialists and the changing contexts in which they work. This programme of professional studies is offered by highly professional and experienced lecturers.

Who would this Course suit?

This programme would suit those already working in the Post Compulsory Sector who are either teaching or embedding adult literacy/ESOL skills. It will enable them to gain their Adult Subject Specialist Literacy/ESOL qualification at Level 5 and will support career development and progression within the sector.

Visit the Teaching in Lifelong Learning Sector: English Literature and ESOL Diploma page on the Northumbria University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Entry is via Cert Ed/PGCE, appropriate qualifications, interview and; regular access to a group of learners; the appropriate qualification in your subject area; having access to 75 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 clearing 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.

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