- Progression and Careers
- Entry Requirements
- Facilities and Services
- Registration and Applying
This course is designed to develop you as a professional maths/numeracy teacher by broadening and enhancing your existing professional knowledge and understanding, skills-base and practice. It is a part-time, one-year, in-service course, delivered one evening per week.
If successful you will be awarded the Level 5 Diploma in Teaching Maths
Aims of the course
To offer a professional development opportunity to further develop the skills and knowledge required to teach maths in Further Education colleges, adult and community learning, 14-19 units in school and academies, private training organisations, prison education and the public services (police, paramedics, fire service).
You will study three mandatory modules: Module 1, Numeracy the Learners, Module 2, Improving Numeracy Knowledge and Understanding and Module 3, Numeracy Learning and Teaching.
Candidates build a portfolio of evidence which will include written assignments, presentations, peer observations, teaching observations and reflective logs etc. There is no final examination.
Successful completion of this course can lead to paid/permanent employment/promotion in this sector.
An initial teaching qualification (e.g. PGCE or Certificate of Education or DTTLS)
A minimum of 50 hours teaching in the specialist area at two different levels
A subject mentor secured prior to starting the course
Effective communication and a good command of written and spoken English
Successful completion of a specialist initial assessment in maths
There will be a mix of delivery models used: classroom-based teaching, seminars, tutorials and workshops, independent research study and online learning. You will also have access to our VLE sites (eME and Blackboard) that will provide you with a range of materials and resources to support your learning whilst on this course. Both individual tutorial support and additional learning support are also available, if required.
Canterbury Christ Church University
Library Services: including online resources (e.g. books, journal articles) and support.
Student Support Services ? including student welfare services, counselling, disability and Equal Opportunities, Student Study Support, student health and financial support).
Careers and Student Development: including the Careers Advisory Service, CV service, BA/BSc and GMS references, Jobshop, Volunteering, Destination of Leavers and Employability services.
Virtual Learning Environment (Blackboard) ? provides a range of materials, resources etc. to support you whilst studying.
Coaching: optional free additional coaching opportunities to enhance the quality and effectiveness of your teaching.
Lewisham Southwark College:
Learning Centre ? a range of books, HE Study Room, use of PCs
Virtual Learning Environment (eME) ? provides a range of materials, resources etc. to support you whilst studying.
Do I need to register?
You will be provided with the relevant information to complete an online registration at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Process for Application
Firstly complete/submit the online application for the College, you will then be invited in for interview and assessment. If you are offered a place you will be asked to provide documentation and will be provided with an application for the university (to be returned to the Course Tutor).