A wise man once said that teaching is the profession that creates all other professions – as such, it’s a position of great privilege, but equal responsibility. A good teacher is there to help, to advise, to encourage, and to nurture. If that sounds appealing to you, then the good news is that you don’t need a degree – our NCFE Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training is a nationally recognised qualification for the post-16 sector, and, once you’ve completed it, you’ll be able to register with the Society for Education and Training (SET), and work towards QTLS (Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills) status.
Become qualified to teach in the post-16 sector – no degree required!
After you’ve gained at least 100 hours teaching practise and passed observations, this course will enable you to:
- Teach in further education colleges, as well as adult or community centres
- Teach in the third or voluntary sector
- Teach prison or offender education
- Teach for work-based learning providers
- Teach in the public sector, such as police or paramedic training
- Teach in schools and academies, for ages 14-19.
As you study at your own pace, in your own time, you’ll explore the roles and responsibilities of the teacher, how to manage behaviours in a learning environment, which assessment methods to use and when, along with everything else you need to know to become a brilliant teacher!