OCN NI Level 3 Certificate in Teaching Foreign Languages
The Interlingua Certificate in Teaching Foreign Languages is an OCN NI accredited teacher training course aimed at bilingual speakers. It is the ideal course if you want to embark on a language teaching career. The course will enable you to develop practical teaching skills and knowledge and will enhance your career prospects.
Would you like to develop practical teaching skills?
Do you want to enhance your career using your language skills?
Would you like to start a career in teaching Foreign Languages?
Here is what you need to know?
WHO CAN ATTEND THIS COURSE?
Anyone who is fluent in spoken English and one other language can attend this course. You also need a good level of written English to complete written assignments.
WHAT QUALIFICATION WILL I GAIN?
The course is accredited through Open College Network NI at Level 3.
HOW WILL I BE ASSESSED?
Assessment is via successful completion of several assignments presented in a portfolio. Assessment includes carrying out a role play as a language teacher which is recorded.
1. The teaching profession in the Foreign Languages context
2. Foreign language teaching skills and managing the learning environment
3. Teaching methodology and the use of ICT in Foreign Languages
4. Planning and evaluation
5. Assessment of learners
WHAT WILL I BE ABLE TO DO AFTER THE COURSE?
On successful completion of this course, you can:
✓ Progress into further teaching training (e.g. PGCE)
✓ Teach in community schools and language clubs
✓ Teaching opportunities with Interlingua
✓ Enhance your employment prospects
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