Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The purpose of this program is to provide participants with contemporary learning and teaching practices to complement the industry and/or research expertise they bring to the higher education setting. The intended learning outcomes of the GCETT are framed within the seven (7) criteria of the Australian University Teaching Criteria and Standards Framework. The program recognises that participants work across a range of education sectors and engage with students from a variety of age groups and demographics, including low socio-economic. Consequently, course content and structure has sufficient flexibility to enable customisation to different cohorts of participants in order to address their specific teaching contexts. Participants will be encouraged and supported to ensure that their learning relates directly to their workplace and areas of speciality. The design of the program has also been guided by the requirements of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) and is particularly suited to participants moving into the higher education teaching.
- Tertiary Teaching and Learning
- Professional Practice in Tertiary Teaching
- Contemporary Issues in Tertiary Teaching
- Tertiary Teacher as Researcher and Practitioner
Standard entry requirements
Entry requirements (non year 12) Domestic Partner Provider staff and other domestic applicants To be eligible to enrol in this program, you must have completed a Bachelor's degree or possess equivalent experience, and preferably be working towards or in a teaching capacity at a tertiary education institution.
The tertiary sector of education is increasingly recognising the need for assuring the quality of its teaching. This program is recognised as a tertiary/higher education teaching qualification and highly desirable if currently working, or looking to work inthe higher education sector.
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