Additional Diploma in Teaching English (ESOL & Literacy) in the Lifelong Learning Sector
|Provider||University of Westminster|
|Provider address||115 New Cavendish Street, London, W1W 6UW|
|Qualification||Diploma in Teaching English: ESOL and Literacy (stand-alone)|
|Subject(s) specialism||ESOL & Literacy
|Awarding institution||Westminster, University of|
|Level||Level 4/5 or above|
|Entry requirements||Teachers of literacy, numeracy or ESOL will be expected to have a good knowledge of the subject they intend to teach - shown through A’ levels or university study, or through other experience. They will also need to have good personal skills in the supporting areas of English, Maths and ICT.
Teaching hours: Normally 150 hours of teaching practice in literacy and ESOL contexts at different levels (e.g. minimum 2 of the 3 levels of the ESOL curriculum: Entry level, Level 1 and Level 2). You can teach in one discipline (say, ESOL) and observe classes in the other discipline (Literacy – or vice versa).
|Course content||Together with a full teaching qualification, this course completes the qualification requirement for teachers of either literacy and ESOL.
The course will follow a blended learning model where you will attend 20 weeks of face to face teaching at the University of Westminster, supported by online or distance learning resources. Your teaching practice will also be supported by tutorials and feedback on observed teaching.
|Practical Placement Options||For more details or how to enrol on the course, please contact your nearest Consortium College. See the attached PDF for more details.|
|Start date||October 2013|
|Day(s) of the week||Wednesday
|Part time/Full time||Part Time|
|Times||Wednesday evenings 5-8pm|
|Apply by contacting name||Contact individual partner colleges|
|Apply by email||n/a|
|Telephone||See the attached PDF for more details.|