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DTTLS - please help!

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by misslinz, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. Hi there,
    Any info/ advice anyone can give is greatly appreicated!
    I started but didn't complete a PGCE (Secondary Art+Design) a few years ago. I am now tutoring and want to work in 16+/Adult education only - is the DTTLS the best route for me? This does mean you can teach in Colleges and upwards right?!
    (Also I particularly enjoy special needs work and that is the area I am involved in justnow so does the DTTLS mean I can carry on working with Special needs?)
    Many thanks :)
     
  2. Hi there,
    Any info/ advice anyone can give is greatly appreicated!
    I started but didn't complete a PGCE (Secondary Art+Design) a few years ago. I am now tutoring and want to work in 16+/Adult education only - is the DTTLS the best route for me? This does mean you can teach in Colleges and upwards right?!
    (Also I particularly enjoy special needs work and that is the area I am involved in justnow so does the DTTLS mean I can carry on working with Special needs?)
    Many thanks :)
     
  3. Hello Dear,

    Did you do the Dttls course or PCET? I wonder how you are getting on in this career?

    paintstudio2000-sru@yahoo.co.uk
     
  4. dzil

    dzil Occasional commenter

    If you want to teach in a state mainstream with special needs pupils or in a special school with any age group (2 - 19) you need a PGCE that qualifies you to teach in a school.
    Not sure what you need to teach in a post 16 further education college.
     
  5. dzil

    dzil Occasional commenter

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