We are proud to have developed an excellent reputation for preservice and in-service education and personal development. We work closely with employers and national lead bodies to ensure your studies are relevant, current and challenging, equipping you to progress in your chosen career with confidence.
|Children and Early Childhood||University Certificate in Advanced Professional Development:||View course|
|Early Language Development||University Certificate in Professional Development:||View course|
|Professional and Personal Values in Teaching||University Certificate in Postgraduate Professional Development:||View course|
|Teaching English (Literacy) in Education and Training||University Certificate in Advanced Professional Development:||View course|
|Teaching Mathematics (Numeracy) in Education and Training||University Certificate in Advanced Professional Development:||View course|
We are committed to providing you with the knowledge, understanding and skills you need to become part of a graduate led workforce. Teesside University has up to date, innovative learning and teaching facilities, well-qualified and highly experienced teaching staff and excellent support services, all of which provides you with the best opportunity for reaching your full potential. The content of our programmes is grounded within current educational policy and practice and is supported by research active academics and practitioners in the field of education and early childhood studies. Courses in each subject area are designed to enable you to combine your studies with your personal and working lives.
Evidence-based practice is at the heart of the best education for workforce development. Academic research is an important element of teaching and learning at Teesside University. Recent successes in education research among members of the team include studies of Sure Start, for the Children’s Workforce Development Council, and on literacy and mentoring. Team members are involved at a national level in developing government policies for early years and youth work, and initial teacher training requirements for the lifelong learning sector. Education staff have published a range of material, including course textbooks, agenda-setting texts, reports and journal papers on young people, youth-related issues, professional development, teaching in the lifelong learning sector and early childhood studies.