Thandulwazi Maths & Science Academy: Teacher Training 2016 / 2017

Thandulwazi Maths & Science Academy: Teacher Training 2016 / 2017

The Thandulwazi Intern-Teacher Training Programme, in partnership with St Stithians College, is offering prospective teachers the opportunity to study towards a part-time 4-year Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) or 2-year postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE), through UNISA, while gaining workplace experience at St Stithians College. These positions will be appointed from January 2017.

Preference will be given to aspiring teachers who are:

  • Passionate about exploring a career in teaching Mathematics, Life Sciences, Physical or Natural Science.
  • Students already registered in one of the above courses with UNISA.
  • Grade 12 learners eager to explore a career in teaching who display strong academic results especially in Maths and/or Science. Applicants need to have obtained a minimum of 60% in the required subjects in order to be considered.
  • South African citizens residing in Johannesburg.
  • From previously disadvantaged groups and/or students in need of financial assistance. (Students who wish to gain on-the-job experience, but don’t need financial assistance may also apply).

Benefits you will receive:

  • Mentoring by an experienced educator.
  • Valuable professional training and workplace experience within an IEB school environment.

In addition, you may qualify for one or more of the following benefits, depending on your financial needs analysis:

  • Payment of tuition fees at UNISA and a textbook allowance.
  • Daily meal allowance during term time.
  • Workshop conference allowance.
  • A monthly stipend.

How to Apply

Please note that there is no accommodation offered as part of this programme.
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Closing Date: 13 May 2016

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