Study Adult Education and Teacher Aiding SIT

SIT's Adult Education and Training programmes are suitable for people who are working as tutors in tertiary institutes, or those who have training responsibilities in their workplace. The Level 5 programme covers practical aspects of teaching adults, including designing and evaluating learning sessions, using standards to assess performance, moderating assessments and the cultural aspects of teaching adults. The Level 6 programme delves deeper and includes course design, materials development and some higher level papers that incorporate knowledge of ethics and educational research.

For those who enjoy assisting or caregiving with young people, or those with special needs, Teacher Aiding is offered by distance learning and assists graduates to enter into a support role in a variety of education establishments as a teacher aide.

Programmes in Education at the Gore campus

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Masters Postgraduate Dip/Cert Graduate Dip/Cert Degree Diploma Certificate Short Course STAR / Gateway*

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Masters Postgraduate Dip/Cert Graduate Dip/Cert Degree Diploma Certificate Short Course STAR / Gateway*

* STAR/Gateway programmes are only offered to NZ Secondary Schools

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Education courses at the Gore campus

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1 year Full-time

This qualification is an entry level qualification intended for people who require specialised support with their learning. They are people with learning disabilities, including those with an intellectual disability.

Graduates will be able to self-manage participation in social, cultural, family/whanau and community contexts, with supervision and/or be encouraged to seek further skills and knowledge to improve their educational and employment pathway.

This qualification recognises the aspirations and cultural identities of the disabled communities, and that of Māori and Pasifika.

This qualification allows the Aotearoa New Zealand community, employers and educational institutions to recognise the graduate’s potential to enhance their participation in the community, as a contributing citizen.

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