The Postgraduate Diploma in Adult Education and Vocational Education programme is for participants with or without background in education.
The Doctor of Education (Lifelong Education) (EdD) degree programme in collaboration with the University of Nottingham provides doctoral graduates to the tertiary education and training sectors.
The Diploma in Special Education programme is for teachers and other participants. It consists of five modules: Dyslexia; ADD and ADHD; Gifted education; ASD; and Hearing impairment.
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION, ENGLISH TEACHING, AND OTHERS
Early childhood education courses focus on Montessori and Waldorf suitable for teachers and parents. English teaching courses provide training for English teachers and those interested in teaching English. Other courses include research methodology etc.
This programme is suitable for Trainers in commerce, industry and public sectors; Teachers in vocational, technical, professional, community and adult education; Personnel involved in programme management, administration and human resources development. The course is open to applicants without prior teaching or training experience.
This course is specially designed for teachers and learners of English as a second language. It demonstrates how major types of grammar, including Functional Grammar, Prescriptive Grammar and the practical syntax rules for everyday use of English can facilitate the communicative process, the negotiation of meanings, and rhetorical analysis of English text in academic and workplace situations as well as real-life settings. The emphasis is on how Functional Grammar can be taught and learned as a meaning making model of English language and a stratified system in terms of context, register, genre and text.
This course is specifically designed for teachers and students who wish to acquire practical, effective skills of teaching and learning English as a second or additional language in the local context with special emphasis on problematic issues in mastering listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. The content will introduce relevant Second Language Acquisition theories, pedagogical approaches, instructional designs and classroom strategies for teaching and learning English as a cognitive, socio-cultural and interdisciplinary subject through task-based learning, communicative teaching and content-language integrated models.