62 training courses found
This course is for those who want to improve their knowledge of nutrition and health. This flexible taught programme will develop knowledge and skills in evidence based nutrition which can be applied to many areas of employment.
This flexible taught programme will develop knowledge and skills in evidence based nutrition which can be applied to many areas of employment. Current research, provides strong evidence that good nutrition is fundamental to health.
This PGCE in primary education is led by experienced academic staff with extensive research profiles, meaning your learning is shaped by those helping to shape education itself. With a range of career-enhancing subject specialisms for you to choose from, and personalised support that is tailored to meet your needs, you have the ideal environment to hone your skills as an inspiring and innovative teacher.
The Postgraduate Certificate in Education is an internationally respected route in to a career in teaching, but it is also the start of a journey like no other. School experience is a substantial and integral part of the course and you will have school experience visit days.
The course aims to empower trainee teachers with the knowledge, skills and understanding in order to meet the Department of Education’s Teachers’ standards and achieve the award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). Trainee teachers are encouraged to begin the process of reflection as early as their interview and this is developed throughout the course.
The course consists of university based sessions (which make up approximately a third of the time) and teaching practice in two of our excellent partner schools. While on teaching practice you will be supported by a professional mentor who focuses on induction and school issues and an experienced economics and business mentor who will give opportunities to improve your subject knowledge and hold weekly meetings with you to guide you in preparation, teaching and reflecting on your lessons.
This Postgraduate Certificate in Advocacy for Victims of Sexual Violence allows existing and potential ISVAs and any other worker involved in advocacy work with those who have experienced sexual violence; professional recognition and status via a professional postgraduate qualification. This course has been developed and will be taught by leading academics who specialise in sexual violence and practitioners from the sexual violence sector.
This flexible taught programme will develop the knowledge and skills needed to practice as UK Nutritional Therapist or to work in the field of applied nutrition. Current research provides strong evidence that good nutrition is fundamental to health.
The Psychology component of the PGCE prepares trainees to deliver GCSE and A Level psychology to secondary school pupils in the 14-19 phases. This course will help you: pass on your enthusiasm for Psychology to the next generation of psychologists; push the boundaries of your own learning; engage with young people and to be a positive role model; deliver activities that help students develop skills, intellect and values; and take an examination specification and turn it into a curriculum that excites and motivates young people.
This is a specifically designed work-based learning programme that takes place alongside, and complements, employment supporting HE student learning. The programme will provide support in any educational problems you face, and increase your understanding of the learning process so you can make informed decisions about course design and teaching methods.
Course Overview: Qualify to teach modern languages. Enthuse young people to learn modern languages.
Special and Inclusive Education examines the wide range of professional issues surrounding special educational needs in mainstream schools and specialist settings. The Special and Inclusive Education pathway examines the wide range of professional issues surrounding special educational needs in mainstream schools and specialist settings.
The history element of the PGCE course seeks to enthuse prospective history teachers with a passion for planning and designing learning activities, resources and strategies that will engage the 21st century teenager. To support this we will explore a wide range of strategies for teaching history to pupils of all abilities in the 11-16 age range with post-16 enhancement.
Key features of this course: A unique and highly flexible course which seeks to develop management and leadership potential for those working in the Heritage sector. Based in the historic city of Worcester, this course combines the expertise of academics and practitioners from the University’s Business School, and its Institute of Science and the Environment with insights gained from your place of work, peer study groups and personalised career planning.
This Drama course offers students the opportunity to combine practical theatre work with complementary critical and theoretical study through a dynamic course of creative learning. Assessment: A variety of teaching methods are used, including lectures, seminars, tutorials, demonstrations practical workshops and individual and group presentations.
The newly developed PGCE in Computer Science at the University of Worcester will provide you with the opportunity to train to teach in this fast moving curriculum area. Recent government analysis for economic growth has shown that future teachers need to equip their pupils with a deeper understanding of the underlying principles of how a computer works.
This Psychology course is a conversion programme that enables you to achieve Graduate Basis for Chartership (GBC) with the British Psychological Society (BPS). GBC is a necessary first step towards a career in one of the professional branches of psychology.
The PGCE Science: Biology course aims to produce high-calibre Biology teachers equipped to meet the exciting challenges of teaching. The course tutors have many years of successful Biology teaching in secondary schools to draw on and they are supported by an excellent group of mentors in our Partnership schools.
The course consists of university based sessions (which make up approximately a third of the time) and teaching practice in two of our excellent partner schools. While on teaching practice you will be supported by an experienced English subject mentor.
The PGCE in Design and Technology (Food and Textiles) offers the prospect to train to teach the most exciting subject on the curriculum. The course provides you with an opportunity to use your knowledge and skills to help equip young people to become the designers and innovators of the future.