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Want to get a specialist teaching qualification?

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New programmes starting September 2011 at the Teaching Development Centre, Newcastle College

Diploma in Teaching English (ESOL) in the Lifelong Learning Sector (DTE(E)LLS)
DTE(E)LLS is a 360-hour qualification which leads to QTLS. This course is designed to meet the needs of those seeking a ‘full’ lecturing role for ESOL, lecturers who have full responsibility for teaching and learning. This is accredited through Cambridge ESOL.

Diploma in Teaching Literacy in the Lifelong Learning Sector (DTLLS Literacy)
DTLLS Literacy is a 360-hour integrated qualification which leads to QTLS as a subject specialist in literacy teaching. This course is accredited through Leeds Metropolitan University.

Diploma in Teaching Numeracy in the Lifelong Learning Sector (DTLLS Numeracy)
DTLLS Numeracy is a 360-hour integrated qualification which leads QTLS as a subject specialist in numeracy teaching. This qualification is accredited through Leeds Metropolitan University.

To apply or to request more information, contact Stefanie Pendleton.

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