Nelson Mandela once said that education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world. Do you want to teach? Or change your career path? Why not travel the world and earn good money while still making a difference to the lives of others?
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POSTGRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION: INTERMEDIATE PHASE TEACHING Registration Certificate No 2001/HE08/006. NQF 7; SAQA ID: 99724. (135 CREDITS)
The aim of this programme is to respond to the increased need for professional educators in South Africa. The Postgraduate Certification in Education (PGCE) Intermediate Phase Teaching is for students who want to qualify as professional educators in the Intermediate Phase after having completed an appropriate three-year degree or recognised National Diploma.
A candidate must have complied with all the requirements of a bachelor’s degree (or an approved diploma of minimum 360 credits at NQF 6 level) from a public or private higher education institution accredited by a recognised local or foreign accrediting body before the beginning of the academic year.
The prior bachelor’s degree (or approved diploma) must provide a broad knowledge base adequate for teaching in the intermediate phase (IP) i.e. English, Afrikaans and two IP teaching subjects, at NQF level 5 (university degree studies at first-year level) or NQF 6 level (second-year degree level). The IP teaching subjects are mathematics, science, and technology, social science and life skills;
Holders of multi-disciplinary degrees (or approved diplomas) without the main focus in a single field related to teaching could be allowed into the programme, provided that the disciplines underpin the learning requirements for the IP and the subjects to be taught are taken to NQF 5 or NQF 6;
Holders of focused degrees (or approved diplomas) that lack an adequately broad knowledge base or an adequate specialisation in an IP subject may be required to enrol simultaneously in teaching subjects (minimum NQF 5) whilst enrolling for the PGCE IP.
POSTGRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION: FOUNDATION PHASE TEACHING
Registration Certificate No 2001/HE08/006; NQF 7; SAQA ID 101972. (136 CREDITS)
The aim of this fully online programme is to respond to the increased need for professional educators in South Africa. The Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE), Foundation Phase (FP), is for students who want to qualify as professional educators in the Foundation Phase after having completed an appropriate three-year degree or recognised national diploma. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS A bachelor’s degree or approved 360 credit diploma at NQF 6. The prior bachelor’s degree (or approved diploma) must include a selection of subjects/disciplines that will provide a teacher with the appropriate disciplinary knowledge to effectively teach Literacy, Numeracy and Life Skills to young learners and lay foundations for learning in future grades. Holders of focused qualifications that do not have specialisations in FP subjects can register simultaneously for BA teaching subjects. This will extend the PGCE beyond one year of study. BA subjects offered at Cornerstone to undergird Life Skills are psychology, counselling, philosophy, sociology, leadership, theology and biblical studies and to undergird Mathematics, research methods and statistics.
TEACHING ENGLISH TO SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES
Registration Certificate No 2001/HE08/006. (56 CREDITS)
TESOL is an English teacher training programme that provides students with skills and advanced understanding of teaching English as a second or additional language.
The programme aims to equip students to impact the lives of learners in South Africa and in other parts of the world, where English is an essential life skill.