Certificate in Education (Facilitating and Adapting Education for Students with Diverse Needs) (ka 20 weeks) (30 ECTS) Accreditation Level 5 (MQF/EQF) Start Date: 8th July 2020 End Date: End of January 2021 Time 5pm – 8pm Issue of Certificate End of April 2021 Total Price €900 Total Number of weeks 22 weeks + 16 weeks for certification (Lectures) Lecturers Jesmond Friggieri & others Co-ordinator/Principal Jesmond Friggieri Booking Deposit €300 Payments by Instalments Yes €200 (monthly) Application Online http://bit.ly/LCTS_Form Type of Assessments Assignments & Blended Elibility Criteria Entry requirements for Undergraduate Certificate in Education (Facilitating and Adapting Education for Students with Diverse Needs) (Level 5) 1. Matsec level in English, Maltese, Maths and a fourth (4th) subject or equivalent (such as ECDL) or a proficiency test equivalent to Matsec in the three subject areas (MQF Level 3) – (all minimum Grade 5) 2. Advanced Matriculation Level (minimum grade E) (MQF level 4) or equivalent including VET qualifications 3. Presently working as a Supply for the duration of the course or has worked or intends to work as an Supply/LSE in the near future (for placement purposes, the latter learner would need to find a voluntary placement) 4. Exception: For non-native English speakers, they will be exempted from Maltese, however they need to present another subject at the same level. Moreover, if they do not have an ‘O’ Level in English, they would need to present an English certificate in TEFL or IELTS. 5. Award in Education (Facilitating and Adapting Education for Students with Diverse Needs) (ka 10 weeks) Occupational Relationship This certificate will lead candidates to apply for the post for LSE 1 and work in government, church and independent schools in Malta Career Path Certificate in Education Diploma in Education Bachelor in Education Modules Code Title ECTS Introduction to Child Development (0-11years) 3 Psychology of Learning I 3 Development as Professional Learning Support Educator I 2 Equal Opportunities, Inclusion and Diversity in the Classroom 4 Understanding Various Difficulties in Children with Diverse Needs 2 Introduction to Literacy & Numeracy 3 Understanding MAPS and IEPS 4 Terms and Conditions Apply 1. The letter of acceptance will only be issued once the course deposit has been paid. You need to send over the deposit at least two weeks before the course start date. 2. If a student does not pass from a particular module and needs to repeat that same module, this will be carried out at an additional fee. 3. Once the student starts the programme, any fees due are non-refundable. 4. The student has to fill out an online application. On admission, s/he will need to sign a contract of studies. 5. All applicants must present (in paper or digital format) all the certificates that are needed to assess eligibility at least a day before starting the course. 6. If you want to switch courses (e.g. from the Certificate course to the Diploma course within the same faculty), you need to inform us at least two weeks before starting the course. If this change requires an additional deposit fee, then this change will be only accepted on the condition that we receive the payment immediately. Unfortunately, we cannot accept such changes if you've already started the original course. 7. Exemption from course modules due to other certifications that the applicant has already obtained is possible; however, this takes place on a case by case basis. You need to send a formal request by clicking on the following link: https://form.jotformeu.com/jesfrig/rpl. You need to make this request when applying for the course. An official response will be issued during the first week of the course.