|CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION/PGCE UCLAN (YEAR 1)||Tue or Wed||18:00-21:00||12/09/17||30 weeks||£2,400|
|CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION/PGCE UCLAN (YEAR 2)||Tue or Wed||18:00-21:00||12/09/17||30 weeks||£2,250|
|This is the full teaching qualification for teachers, trainers and tutors in the Further Education sector. Validated via the University of Central Lancashire.|
|Preparatory Certificate in Education and Training (PCET)||Tue or Wed||18:00-21:00||12/09/17||12 weeks||£800|
|This is the replacement for the PTLLS qualification, and is equivalent to it. Validated via the University of Central Lancashire.|
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At LMC we offer a wide range of teaching and assessment qualifications, which will prepare you for a high flying career in teaching at FE level or assessingand provide you with the essential skill set needed to cope with the challenges that you will face on a daily basis.
LMC offers you the unique opportunity to train for teaching at FE level and we are the only provider in the local area to offer this specific course.
Our PGCE and Cert Ed courses are validated by the University of Central Lancashire, allowing you to train as a teacher on a well recognised course delivered by an excellent university right on your doorstep.
See below for our assessment qualifications.
Teaching & Assessment
Case Study: Sarah Worrall PGCE/Cert Ed 2012-2014
"I am so pleased that I made the decision to study a PGCE/Certificate in Education at LMC as it has led me to the beginning of a new career. Being able to study a University course at my local college has made this possible. Although I have spent the last 30 years in retail managment, my ambition has always been to teach. Returning to studying after this amount of time was my biggest fear. How would I cope with the academic work? I found, however, that the teaching has been the biggest and most rewarding learning curve for me.
I have loved writing essays, researching and class work on a Monday evening, although it has been challenging. As a wife and mum of three children with a job in an unrelated industry, the pressures from day to day life would have made giving up the easy option. Fortunately, my sheer determination and ambition to see it through to graduation with support from my tutor, prevented this. Graduation day will be a very proud day for me and my family.
I am now a part time lecturer in Foundation Learning at LMC and I am beginning a top up BA in Education and Professional Studies in September with UCLan. Proof that it is never too late to learn and embark on a new career."