Certificates in Adult Numeracy and Adult Literacy (3792) 1 Certificates in Adult Numeracy and Adult Literacy (3792) Qualification handbook Important note This document incorporates the 2004 handbook addendum (containing guidance on using the Entry Level assignments and short tasks), as well as the original handbook document published in 2001. The Adult and Tertiary Teaching (Level 4) programme is for individuals engaged in adult and tertiary teaching or training. It demonstrates achievement of the foundation knowledge, skills and attributes required for an adult and tertiary educator starting out on their adult and tertiary teaching or .
An ONC (Ordinary National Certificate) and OND (Ordinary National Diploma) are both broadly comparable to a Level 3 qualification. Level 4. Most likely you'll have management experience by this point. Licentiateship (LCGI), Higher Professional Diploma, SVQ/NVQ level 4, Level 4 vocational awards. Undergraduate. Full technical certificate, BTEC. The New Zealand Certificate in Adult and Tertiary Teaching (Level 4 Credits 40), recognises expertise in adult education and training, and thereby contributes to the improvement of the foundation skills (literacy and numeracy) of adult learners in Aotearoa New Zealand. This graduate outcomes based programme is designed for an adult and tertiary educator starting out on their.
qualification is known as the National Senior Certificate for Adults (NASCA) and is offered at Level 4 on the General and Further Education and Training Qualifications sub-framework. This qualification is aimed primarily at candidates in the age group 18 to 55 years old. MATHEMATICAL LITERACY. 29624 Plan and facilitate embedded adult literacy and numeracy skills development in a training or education programme (15 credits) 29628 Apply Māori and Pasifika frameworks to own adult literacy and numeracy teaching practice (10 credits) 29632 Evaluate own adult literacy and numeracy practice and share with other professionals (10 credits).