Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Graduate Diploma in Design and Technologies Education is a course that responds to the need for teachers to be upskilled and ready to empower students in design and technologies. Graduates who successfully complete this course will be able to apply for recognition as a teacher in the following subject areas: Design and Technologies, Industrial Technology (Timber) and Industrial Technology (Engineering), in addition to their current teaching areas. This flexible course allows for all units to be delivered online, whilst the practical components are undertaken at either an ACU campus or in a school where the student works under supervision of an accredited technologies teacher (and/or technical staff). Units are run in professional terms for approximately four weeks each. This includes online study and a week of practical intensive.
To complete the Graduate Diploma in Design and Technologies Education, students must complete 80 credit points.
- Design and Technologies Education
Standard entry requirements
To be eligible for admission to the Graduate Diploma in Design and Technologies Education course, an applicant must have completed a Bachelor degree in Education or a Bachelor degree with a recognised teaching qualification.
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