Diploma in Education and Training - DET

The Diploma in Education and Training – DET was an initial teacher training qualification, studied at QCF Level 5, for teaching in Further Education (FE) and the lifelong learning sector of education in the United Kingdom. The Diploma in Education and Training – DET was the highest of the teaching qualifications specifically for this sector of education.

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Diploma in Education and Training - DET

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The Diploma in Education and Training – DET was an initial teacher training qualification, studied at QCF Level 5, for teaching in Further Education (FE) and the lifelong learning sector of education in the United Kingdom. The Diploma in Education and Training – DET was the highest of the teaching qualifications specifically for this sector of education.

The DET qualifies you for Qualified Teacher, Learning and Skills (QTLS) status.

The DET is for anyone working or planning to become a full teacher in further, adult, or continuing education. You should have level 3 and level 4 skills in the subject you intend to teach, though a qualification is optional. You will need to have access to 100 hours of teaching practice and 100 hours of observation in a recognised lifelong learning location to earn a diploma.

The DET was phased out along with the Award in Education and training – AET Level 3 and the Certificate in Education and training – CET Level 4.

 

Who is this course for?

Teachers or trainers working or seeking work in the lifelong learning sector who wish to obtain QTLS (Qualified Teacher, Learning and Skills) status or wish to obtain a Bachelor Degree in Education Level 6.

 

What will I study?

  • Planning and enabling learning
  • Theories and principles for planning and enabling learning
  • Managing and responding to behaviours in the learning environment (optional unit)
  • Continuing personal and professional development

 

How will I be assessed?

For each unit, you will be required to provide written evidence to satisfy the learning outcomes. This will consist of a range of formal written academic assignments, documentary evidence such as schemes of work and lesson plans, and in-class presentations. You will be required to produce a portfolio of appropriate evidence along with supporting documentation.

In addition, you will be observed ten times during the course by your mentor.

Entry requirements

  • Literacy and Numeracy at a Level 2.
  • Certificate in Education and training – CET Level 4.
  • Interview and assessment.

 

What can I do after the course?

After successfully completing the course you will be able to work towards QTLS status or to apply for a top-up degree level 6 in Education.

 

Course time:

Start date: September, January and April

Monday to Friday: Friday 4 to 6 pm or 7 to 9 pm.

Course length: 12 months
Class size: Max 15 (average class size 7-10)
Minimum age: 19

 

Fees

Level 5: £1000

More information at the reception of the college.

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