LoriKate
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Im starting a lifelong learning sector PGCE in Sept and really dont know what to expect.

Anyone else doing or done similiar?

Also im doing it part-time as I have a 1 year old and thought full-time would be too intense

Any general info on lifelong learning pgce's would be appreciated eg how did you find the course and what did it mostly consist of?
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I'm hoping to do a pgce in further education next year. I've being told to expect to do two days in uni plus 100 to 150 hours of teaching throughout the year.

I would be keen to find a part time course but I think less funding is available for part time.
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Yeah thats pretty much what Iv been told about the hours too except the 100 hours will be spread over 2 years as its part time.
Yeah for part-time they fund you for the actual course fees but you wont get any of the extra funding like maintainence-loan/grant.
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