Do you want to teach grade 4 to 7 learners? Then The IIE's Bachelor of Education in Intermediate Phase Teaching, is the right qualification for you. This qualification will graduate quality, innovative teachers able to contribute significantly to the teaching in South African schools.
2019 Applications close 31 October 2018
WHAT YOU CAN BECOME
This is a 4 year professional qualification and upon completion of this qualification you can pursue a career as a professional teacher for Grades 4 to 7. Additional education careers will also be available.
SKILLS YOU WILL DEVELOP
Graduates of The IIE Bachelor of Education in Intermediate Phase Teaching will be able to facilitate the all-round development of learners from grade 4 to grade 7 in a manner that is sensitive to individual learner needs. You will be able to manage a class of children in such a way that each child learns to the best of their ability and you will be skilled in the art of lesson development and assessment to track the progress of each learner.
TIME NEEDED TO COMPLETE YOUR QUALIFICATION
Full-time: This is a four year full-time qualification offered by The Independent Institute of Education (The IIE) at Rosebank College. Lectures take place during the day on weekdays and your classroom learning is supplemented by the additional support and material available online on RCLearn which is our virtual learning space. This qualification is only offered at our Braamfontein, Pretoria CBD and Durban campus.
THE WEIGHT YOUR FUTURE QUALIFICATION CARRIES
The IIE Bachelor of Education in Intermediate Phase Teaching is accredited by the Higher Education Quality Committee (HEQC) and is registered with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) as a 511-credit qualification on level 7 (SAQA ID: 97235). On successful completion you will receive a Bachelor of Education in Intermediate Phase Teaching degree from The Independent Institute of Education (The IIE), the leading registered private provider of higher education in South Africa. It is also fully recognised by the Department of Basic Education for the purposes of registering as a teacher and teaching in a South African school.