Certificate in Education (Professional)
University of Adelaide, The
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Bachelor degree or equivalent
The Professional Certificate in Education is designed to provide specialist training in any area of Education.
Subjects you can Study
About University of Adelaide, TheEstablished in 1874, the University of Adelaide is Australia's third oldest university. It is consistently ranked in the top 1% of universities globally, and is a member of the Group of Eight; a coalition of Australia's foremost research intensive universities.
With an international reputation for academic excellence, the University continues to deliver graduates that make a difference in their local and global communities. It has produced over 100 Rhodes scholars including Australia's first Indigenous recipient, and there are five Nobel Laureates among its alumni community.
The University offers a broad range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in areas including: engineering, computer and mathematical sciences; health sciences including medicine and dentistry; humanities and social sciences, including arts and music; professions such as teaching, commerce and law; and sciences. Degrees are relevant to the changing requirements of employers and the needs of industry.
Global learning is highly regarded and students are encouraged to leverage the University's network of over 100 international education institutions to pursue study opportunities overseas as part of their degrees.
The University of Adelaide constitutes a vibrant and diverse community of 25,000 students across its three main campuses in South Australia.
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To qualify for the Professional Certificate, a candidate shall satisfactorily pass courses listed in the Graduate Certificate in Education or the Master of Education to the value of 6 units.
Bachelor degree or equivalent
This program articulates into the Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies/Master of Education.
Life after Study
Education and training
Where are graduates that studied Education and training at University of Adelaide, The?
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Early childhood teachers plan and conduct education programmes for young children.
Primary school teachers educate primary school children by planning and conducting an education programme to develop literacy and numeracy, as well as the physical, emotional, intellectual and social growth of their students.
Secondary school teachers teach one or more subjects within the school curriculum to secondary students. Subject areas include English, mathematics, science, history, geography, drama, dance, art, music, health and physical education, design, information technology, languages other than English, and home economics (see separate entry for Home Economist).
Vocational Education and Training (VET) lecturers teach vocational courses connected with specific industries and areas of work to help people enter or re-enter the workforce. VET lecturers teach subjects in which they have specialist knowledge, skills and experience, such as building and construction, business and commerce, commercial photography, hairdressing, horticulture, hospitality and tourism, retail, music, art, science, engineering and areas of health. Some VET lecturers teach in non-industry specific areas such as languages, literacy and general workplace preparation.