PGCE


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PGCE

abbreviation for
(Education) Postgraduate Certificate in Education
Translations

PGCE

N ABBR (Brit) =Postgraduate Certificate in EducationC.A.P. m
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I have just finished doing a PGCE which I successfully passed and, guess what, I still don't have a job.
Applications for secondary PGCE courses were also up by 620 at 16,936, but still short of the Government's 18,465 target.
The pupils were supported through the tasks by Newcastle University's PGCE students.
Vice principal Tim Sims added: "We are using a traditional PGCE model, but there is a significant element of school-led training which we hope to increase in the future.
Fortunately, his teacher advised him that another route into teaching would be to do a degree in Religious Studies and then go on to gain a PGCE qualification.
He said: "When Lindsay first went out to Japan, she thought she would be there for six months, then come back and do a PGCE teaching course.
She obtained a degree at Teesside University and a PGCE at Northumbria University and in 1993 gained her dream job as a teacher.
He returned to education by signing up for PGCE course, run by University of Wales College Newport, at Coleg Menai, Bangor, a couple of years ago.
EYE-opening documentary series following seven would-be teachers embarking on a oneyear PGCE course at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Denise Todd, Kayleigh Swan, Chris Blakey and Craig Wright, all secondary PGCE students training to be teachers, organised the seminar.
She earned France a top-five finish at the Beijing Olympics in 2008, and is currently halfway through her PGCE course at Swansea Met's school of education.
The university's primary PGCE staff unanimously nominated Rebecca for the award in recognition of her attitude, hard work and outstanding performance throughout the year.