Memorandum on entry requirements for admission to courses of teacher training in Scotland
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Published by H.M.S.O in Edinburgh .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Teachers colleges -- Scotland -- Entrance requirements -- Periodicals.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementScottish Education Department. 1975.
ContributionsGreat Britain. Scottish Education Department.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB2065
The Physical Object
Pagination40p. ;
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21103602M
ISBN 100114913358
OCLC/WorldCa229905422

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Memorandum on Entry Requirements to Programmes of Initial Teacher Education in Scotland. Contents. 1 Introduction 1 2 General Information on Qualifications 1 3 Registration with the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) 2 4 The Teaching Qualification (Primary Education) 2 5 The Teaching Qualification (Secondary Education) 4 6 Secondary Subjects with Specific Requirements 5. Following a national consultation, the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) has published a revised Memorandum on Entry Requirements to Programmes of Initial Teacher Education in Scotland (pdf). The Memorandum sets out the minimum qualifications and expectations required for students’ entry into initial teacher education (ITE) in Scotland. The revised Memorandum will be used by admissions teams . Director of Education and Professional Learning The General Teaching Council for Scotland Clerwood House, 96 Clermiston Road Edinburgh EH12 6UT 14 May Dear Mr Hamilton, Memorandum on Entry Requirements to Programmes of Initial Teacher Education in Scotland In the collaborative Learned Societies’ Group on Scottish Science Education was.   Admission Requirements. The minimum entrance requirements for places on teacher education courses in Scotland are set out in the publication: Memorandum on Entry Requirements to Programmes of Initial Teacher Education in Scotland (). Requirements vary according to whether the candidate is taking an undergraduate degree leading to a Teaching Qualification or a Professional/Post Graduate Diploma .

Requirements are published annually by H.M.S.O. in the “Memorandum on Entry Requirements to Courses of Teacher Training in Scotland”. The minimum requirements for entry to programmes in any year will be those laid down in the relevant 'Memorandum on Entry Requirements to Courses of Initial Teacher Education in Scotland'. Programmes must meet the requirements set out in Section 3, below.   Normal entry requirements for PGDE ITE also apply, including a requirement to have Higher English (or equivalent) and National 5/credit level Maths (or equivalent). At the point of application, applicants need to be at least 36 months away from full time education (excluding those who have completed three years of a remunerated PhD which includes teaching experience). Routes into teaching, eligibility, fees, and funding Explore your options Find out more about the routes and entry requirements for teacher training in Scotland.

14 institutions in Scotland offering Teacher Training / PGCE courses. More filters View 8 Teacher Training PGCE courses. Views. Favourites. Reviews (25) courses including "Best match" universities with the latest entry requirements. Learn more. Nationality. Select country. Entry requirements to the teaching profession. 21/02/ Higher English and National 5 Mathematics continue to be required as a prerequisite for entry into the teaching profession. This is set out in our Memorandum on Entry Requirements to Initial Teacher Education. The Memorandum on Entry Requirements for Initial Teacher Education programmes in Scotland (Memorandum) sets the minimum entry requirement for students’ entry to Initial Teacher Education (ITE) programmes in Scotland. This consultation is to ensure: the Memorandum . Information for people considering a teaching career in Scotland including how to apply, training options, career prospects and professional development.