Short Programmes                                               

Accredited short programmes are overall Awards consisting of several modules with their own respective assessment. These programmes give opportunity for persons working within the education sector to further their knowledge and practices to enhance the learning experience of students. 

Short Programmes currently on offer are:

 

Code

Programme

MQF

ECTS

EN

Award in Educational Neuroscience​

6

10 

IN

Introductory Course for Supply Teachers (Award)

6

15 

SLIEN

Award in Supporting Learners w​ith Individual Educational Needs​

4

23

 

Mode of Delivery


Short Programmes adopt face-to-face, blended or online approaches to teaching and learning. Information related to the structure and delivery of each module may be accessed through the IfE portal. For further details, kindly refer to the Teaching, Learning and Assessment Policy and Procedures.

 

Assessment Methods


Short Programmes adopt a variety of formative, continuous and summative methods of assessment across their modules. These include assignments, online tasks, portfolios, reflective journals, projects, presentations and practicums. For further details, kindly refer to the Teaching, Learning and Assessment Policy and Procedures.

 

Certification

 

Upon successful completion of these courses, course participants will be conferred an accredited certification.

 

Further Learning Opportunities and Career Progression

 

Upon successful completion of a programme, course participants may use certification conferred to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning for accredited programme, if applicable.

 

Applications

 

Applications for the Short Programmes open periodically throughout the year with individual closing dates indicated on the Institute for Education’s online portal: https://ife.portal.gov.mt/programme/apply

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