- Persons are eligible to be admitted to study for the Certificate in Education (Primary) if they have:
- passed a Senate-recognised Form 7 examination or equivalent or
- admission with standing.
- The Certificate in Education (Primary) consists of eight courses plus two weeks practicum experience.
- ED182 (Integrated Arts I) - This course takes an integrated view of the role and relevance of the arts in relation to both schooling and culture generally. The arts represent society`s most profound and acute insights, as well as a sure way to empathy and emotional understanding.
- ED184 (Physical Education and Leisure Education I) - This course seeks to integrate components of physical education, games teaching, outdoor and leisure education. It offers practical activities and draws theoretical insights from teaching games for understanding, pedagogy, and outdoor education.
- UU114 (English for Academic Purposes) - By the end of this course students will be expected to have achieved a proficiency in academic writing, reading and speaking sufficient to support their language needs in courses in the humanities, social science or sciences and in future professional tasks.
- ED115 - Information to be provided later
- ED116 - Information to be provided later
- ED121 - Information to be provided later
- ED100 - Information to be provided later
- plus one of;
- LL161 (Fijian Language Studies I) - This course introduces students to the study of the Fijian language, its major divisions and varieties and the pivotal concepts of its grammar, as well as its relationship to other Austronesian languages.
- LL171 (Introduction to Hindi) - The aims of this course are to give the student an understanding of the Hindi language, to develop the user`s skills in the use of Hindi and to enhance through understanding and practice the ability to use it with confidence.
- or a language of a Pacific island country.
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