Graduate Diploma of Teaching (ECE)
Te Poutama ki te Pakaritanga

This programme is taught online. Any block courses, field-based requirements or practicum for this programme will not be taking place and alternative options will be made available when appropriate during any COVID-19 pandemic lock-down periods.

Register interest here

Please click on the link above and give us your contact details if you are interested in study beginning in February 2021.

Put your degree to good use teaching young children.

 

This 1-year full-time programme leads to teacher registration in New Zealand.

It has been developed for people with a degree wanting to make a career of teaching in ECE and for international teachers seeking a New Zealand qualification.

Programme delivery
Te ara tuku

This is an intensive, 150-credit Level 7 programme of study requiring considerable commitment and focus.

Study requirements are:
•    attendance at four 3-day block courses, which will be held in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch depending on numbers
•    approximately 5.5 hours of online engagement a week
•    approximately 15 hours of independent study a week
•    thirteen hours of practice (comprising 2 days a week, 6.5 hours per day) in a licensed ECE centre
•    two 5-week practicums.

Block courses
Wahanga kauhau

There will be four face-to-face block courses, including one noho marae, for a total of 12 days each year. Block courses usually take place in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. 

Admission requirements
Nga hiahiatanga tono

To be eligible for this programme, you must:

  • hold a relevant Level 7 bachelor’s degree
  • provide evidence of proficiency in English if English is an additional language
  • pass a children’s worker safety check as required under the Children's Act 2014.
Students with qualifications gained outside of New Zealand also need to provide an NZQA assessment report completed within the last 3 years.

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