Graduates can gain accreditation to teach in a Catholic primary school or to teach RE in a secondary school through this award.
The unit content is firmly linked to everyday work practices in contemporary classrooms. Through the course, students will gain critical skills in order to teach an effective religious education curriculum in their local context and to meet the unique challenges of a pluralistic society. Students in this award can choose from a range of practical elective units.
|Course Length||0.5 years full-time, or part-time equivalent, amounting to 40 credit points.|
|Course Structure||Course Structure – Graduate Certificate in Religious Education|
|Career Pathway||Click here for information on Religious Education accreditation|
|Credit Transfer and Recognition of Prior Learning||
|Fees||FEE-HELP available. Click here for more information about fees and support.|
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