- A pre-programme initial assessment task must be completed prior to interview.
- You need 100 hours' teaching practice, suitable qualifications in your subject specialism, a subject specific mentor, numeracy and communication at Level 2 or equivalent, a current enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and two references - one of which should be from your employer.
The first year comprises two 30 credit modules: Learning, Teaching and Assessment; Theories & Resources for Teaching and Learning. The second year comprises a further two modules: Curriculum & Society; Wider Practice & Professional Development. Each module will be assessed through a 2500 word written assignment - or equivalent - based on your reflections on how principles of learning, teaching and assessment apply in practice.