PGCE (Further Education & Training Teaching): Arts & Culture

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Department of Education and Curriculum Studies, Faculty of Education
Faculty: Faculty of Education
Department: Department of Education and Curriculum Studies
Programme Level: Postgraduate
Programme Name: PGCE (Further Education & Training Teaching): Arts & Culture
Programme Code: A5SARQ
Medium of Facilitation:
NQF Level: 7
NQF Credits: 120
SAQA: 97202

Application Start Date: Apr 1, 2022
Application End Date: Sep 30, 2022

Purpose

The Postgraduate Certificate in Education is a professional teaching programme that `caps’ an undergraduate degree or an approved diploma. It offers entry-level initial professional preparation for qualifying undergraduate degree or diploma holders who wish to develop focused knowledge and skills as classroom teachers in a chosen phase(s) and/or subject(s). The qualification requires a specific depth and specialisation of knowledge, together with practical skills and workplace experience, to enable successful students to apply their learning as beginner teachers in schools in varying contexts.

Career Opportunities

Curriculum

Admission Requirements

To gain access to the Postgraduate Certificate in Further Education and Training Phase Teaching (FET) an applicant
must have sufficient disciplinary knowledge in appropriate academic fields to enable the development of teaching
specialisation phases and/or subjects as specified for each school phase. This is outlined as follows&%2358;
A first degree on an NQF Level 7 with a minimum of 360 credits, and two school related subjects, both at 3rd year level.
An approved National Diploma on level 6 with a minimum of 360 credits from an accredited higher institution, and two school related subjects, one on 2nd year level and one on 3rd year level.
The National N Diploma cannot be considered for admission to the PGCE.

Selection Process

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