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 specifically designed for teachers and learners of English as a second language to improve their skills in generating written texts effectively and efficiently for academic, business and research purposes. It will use product-focused, process-oriented and genre-based approaches to help participants create writings that conform to academic and workplace conventions, rhetorical structures and genre features. The writing instructor will help students conduct rhetorical analysis of model texts in educational, vocational and research literature and scaffold them to write collaboratively and independently. Constructive feedback will be provided to individual writing products on content, structure and language.
Mastering effective research process and writing quality research literature are basic requirements in the advanced study of education and social science disciplines. This course is specifically designed for educational professionals, social science practitioners and research students who intend to carry out quantitative, qualitative or mixed-methods research projects for their profession or academic study. The tutor will introduce to participants major research methodologies and methods, analyse peer-reviewed journal articles, and enable them to write quality research proposals and reports. Constructive feedback and suggestions will be provided to the participants on their research projects, proposals and reports.