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Frequent Asked Questions
Please note that if you are looking to attend university to study a teaching degree and are looking to enrol on any Access to Teaching Diplomas you must have GCSEs at a grade C or above before you enrol. These cannot be added to your studies at a later date. We would recommend you contact the university you would be looking to attend to find out the exact GCSEs needed and the course entry requirements you need before you enrol.
Access to Higher Education Diploma (Primary Teaching - English) or Access to Higher Education Diploma (Primary Teaching - Science)
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Would you recommend this course? Yes.
What you'll learn on the course
Higher Education Access
Primary Education Teaching
Primary school teaching
Teachers and trainers (1)
Jo has a BSc (Hons) in Zoology, a Post Graduate Certificates in Education (PGCE) and a Masters Degree in Sustainable Education. Jo has taught a range of Science and Maths subjects for over 30 years in schools as well as working for a number of years teaching Access to HE in an FE college. She has also been an External Moderator for science with OCR, as well as examining and moderating for AQA. Jo also works for the Open University and Edge Hill University as an Associate tutor on the PGCE programmes.
We provide 2 teaching pathways: Humanities and Science.
Nationally recognised Access to HE Diploma in Science by Distance Learning (60 Credits) from an Online College established in 1993.
QAA accredited through Ascentis
Study from home at your own pace. We pride ourselves in our friendly, personal and professional service from fully qualified teaching staff.
Your personal tutor will support you in your studies through weekly phone contact and quick response to your emails. We will also help you with your UCAS application for Higher Education.
Course Modules change a little from time to time so visit the web site at for the most up to date information.
Achievements for this centre
Career opportunities: You can apply to universities for a Primary Teaching degree course which can lead to a career as a qualified primary school teacher. Acquiring the knowledge and skills to become a professional involves training and study at degree level but there is a range of vital support roles that require no set academic qualifications for which an Access Diploma is an ideal way to maximise your job prospects, examples include: Administrative roles in schools & colleges, Learning Support Assistant, Teaching Assistant and Technical roles in schools & colleges
Credits/Points: 60 Credits