Teaching Qualification in Further Education PgCert

University of Aberdeen

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The Teaching Qualification in Further Education (TQFE) is the in-service teaching qualification for lecturers in Scotlands Colleges and those in other further education and training settings.TQFE helps you review your practice, extend your skills and knowledge in relation to the professional context in which you teach, and enhance the experience of your learners. TQFE is a part-time blended learning programme delivered in partnership with colleges. It combines distance learning and group ... READ MORE

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73rd / 131
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26th
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9th

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Start date
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Part Time
12 Months

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Source: IDP Connect, May 2020

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Students must already be employed in a college or other appropriate setting. For TQFE at SCQF level 9 you must have completed minimally a HND (or equivalent) in a subject relevant to your area of teaching. For TQFE at SCQF level 11 you must have a good honours degree in a subject relevant to your area of teaching (or equivalent).

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More info: £700 per 30 credits.

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More info: £700 per 30 credits.

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More info: £700 per 30 credits.

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More info: £2,040 per 30 credits.

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The University of Aberdeen is the 5th oldest university in the UK and the 3rd oldest university in Scotland. Founded in 1495, the University celebrated its 525th anniversary in 2020. Since founding, the university has been ‘Open to all and dedicated to the pursuit of truth in the service of others’ and it still holds this purpose. Over 3,500 postgraduate students, from all over the world, study either on campus or online and the university attracts the best international academics, researchers, and specialists in their disciplines.

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University of Aberdeen

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Aberdeen, City Of
AB24 3FX United Kingdom Nearest train station: Aberdeen  0.9 miles away