Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary)
The Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary) is a one-year professional graduate diploma (level 7) and prepares graduates to meet the Code and Standards for the Teaching Profession. Such graduates have a robust understanding of secondary teaching and learning, reflection and research as a teacher. The delivery of the degree is site-based with modes: face to face delivery, blended learning, school-based learning and practicum. This qualification will suit people who are excited by the idea of working alongside teenaged students, who show a disposition to teach, and already have a Bachelor’s degree qualification or higher.
|7, 135 credits
|One year full-time, part-time options may be available
|Open – selection criteria apply
|Henderson and Christchurch
Graduating students of the Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary) are outstanding teachers. Graduates are eligible for registration with the Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand and can work in intermediate, middle, secondary and area schools, from the state, state-integrated and private schooling sectors throughout New Zealand and around the world.
Laidlaw College seeks to prepare students for the teaching profession through a programme that centres on a theological foundation of hope that meaningfully integrates and orients with values, commitments and quality practice that are consistent with The Code and Standards for the Teaching Profession in a supported environment. The qualification seeks to produce graduates who are relational, critically reflective practitioners who can design high-quality learning experiences from a place of curiosity about the learner, the world and a professional understanding of the goals, scope and nature of education. Graduating students will be qualified to register as teachers in New Zealand for secondary teaching in public, integrated and private schools.
The Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary) is a one-year full-time (or part-time equivalent) programme. It is made up of 3 courses of 30 credits each and 3 courses of 15 credits each, all at level 7.
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If you would like to discuss your study options or become a “Student for a Day” please contact our Admissions office: [email protected] or 09 837 9790.