1 Page 1 of 10 Professional Master of Education Subject Declaration Form IMPORTANT This declaration form should be returned to the PME provider(s) to which you have applied or the Postgraduate Applications Centre (PAC). (More details on the last page of this form.) Computer Studies/Information and Communications Technology (ICT) This Subject Declaration Form allows you to match your degree (and other qualifications if applicable) against the Teaching Council s curricular teaching subject requirements. You must meet the requirements for at least one curricular subject in order to be considered for registration as a teacher, having completed your Professional Master of Education (PME). A declaration form should be completed online, printed and signed by persons applying for entry to the PME. You should complete a subject declaration form for each subject for which you are seeking Teaching Council registration. The requirements for the curricular subject are set out on page 2. For details of all other curricular subjects click here Applicants should note that declarations made on this form will be considered by the PME provider(s) when determining offers of places on the PME. Any material errors or misleading declarations made on this form may result in the withdrawal by the PME provider of (an offer of) a place or other such action as the PME provider determines appropriate. If you are offered a place on the PME, and in accordance with the permission granted by you below, this declaration form will be forwarded to the Teaching Council, the professional standards body for teaching in Ireland, who will advise if you meet the requirements for registration set out in the Teaching Council registration regulations. Based on this declaration form and your transcripts of undergraduate examination results, the Teaching Council will confirm if, following successful completion of the PME, you will be eligible to register as a teacher and which curricular subject(s) will be recorded on the Register of Teachers.
2 Page 2 of 10 In order to meet the registration requirements set down in the Teaching Council [Registration] Regulations in respect of the curricular subject of, an applicant must meet all of the following criteria: 1 (a) Applicants must hold a degree-level qualification, with studied up to and including third-year level or higher (or modular equivalent). (b) The qualifying degree must be equivalent to at least Level 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ) and with a minimum pass 1 result in all examinations pertinent to the subject of. (c) The qualifying degree must carry at least 180 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) credits (or equivalent) with the specific study of comprising at least 60 ECTS credits (or equivalent) and with not less than 10 ECTS credits (or equivalent) studied at third-year level or higher (or modular equivalent). 2 The study of during the degree must show that the holder has acquired sufficient knowledge, skills and understanding to teach the syllabus 2 to the highest level in post-primary education (see To meet this requirement the degree must include the study of(a), (b) and (c): (a) The study of Programming/Software Engineering (b) Further ICT-related studies to include at least three from the following subject areas: i. Systems Analysis and Design ii. Computer Networking iii. Database Technologies iv. Information Systems v. Graphics/Multimedia vi. Computer Architecture/Microprocessors vii. Software Systems/Operating Systems viii. Web Applications Development ix. Distributed Systems x. Human Computer Interface Design xi. Business Computing xii. Computer Security and Cryptography xiii. Intelligent Systems/Artificial Intelligence xiv. Robotics/Mechatronics (c) Practical assignment work must be completed throughout the degree course (e.g. programming assignments). 3 Applicants must also have completed a programme of post-primary initial teacher education (age range years) carrying a minimum of 120 ECTS credits (or equivalent) 3. 1 which includes pass by compensation. 2 See for example the Computer Studies curriculum for Senior Cycle students, DES circular M03/80. 3 Applicants who have commenced a programme of initial teacher education prior to 01/09/2014 carrying less than 120 ECTS credits may be exempted from this requirement at the Council s discretion.
3 Page 3 of 10 Name: Address: Date of Birth: PPS Number: Phone : Mobile : Degree Title: Degree Awarding Body: Year of Award: Other Relevant Qualification(s) in (if applicable): Title of qualification Awarding Body Year of Award
4 Page 4 of 10 If you are in the final year of your degree or completing further studies to enable you to meet the Teaching Council s registration requirements for a curricular subject, you can record details of these ongoing studies, including module title(s) and ECTS credit weighting(s) in the grid below, provided all relevant studies will have been successfully completed prior to taking up a place on the PME. Please answer questions 1-5 below and insert module code(s), module title(s) and ECTS credit values as required. 1 Is your degree equivalent to a least a Level 8 on the Irish National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ)? 2 Does your degree carry a minimum of 180 ECTS credits (or equivalent)? 3 Do your studies in carry a minimum of 60 ECTS credits (or equivalent)? 4 Do your studies in include the study of not less than 10 ECTS credits (or equivalent) at third-year level or higher (modular equivalent)? 5 Do your studies in include the study of the following: (a) The study of Programming/Software Engineering (b) Further ICT-related studies to include at least three from the following subject areas: i. Systems Analysis and Design ii. Computer Networking iii. Database Technologies iv. Information Systems v. Graphics/Multimedia vi. Computer Architecture/Microprocessors vii. Software Systems/Operating Systems viii. Web Applications Development ix. Distributed Systems x. Human Computer Interface Design xi. Business Computing xii. Computer Security and Cryptography xiii. Intelligent Systems/Artificial Intelligence xiv. Robotics/Mechatronics (c) Was practical assignment work completed throughout the degree course (e.g. programming assignments)?
5 Page 5 of 10 In relation to questions 3, 4 and 5 above, please list below the code(s), title(s) and ECTS credit values for each module studied. Essential Areas of Study Programming/Software Engineering Applicants must have studied at least three of the areas in 5(b). Systems Analysis and Design Computer Networking
6 Page 6 of 10 Database Technologies Information Systems Graphics/Multimedia Computer Architecture/Microprocessors
7 Page 7 of 10 Software Systems/Operating Systems Web Applications Development Distributed Systems Human Computer Interface Design
8 Page 8 of 10 Business Computing Computer Security and Cryptography Intelligent Systems/Artificial Intelligence Robotics/Mechatronics
9 Page 9 of 10 Essential List modules that involved practical assignment work, e.g. programming assignments Other Total ECTS Credits in
10 Page 10 of 10 I declare that I have completed the studies in as set out above and that the details that I have entered in the tables above are true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. I hereby authorise the authorities in the PME provider(s) to whom I am applying to provide the Teaching Council with the details necessary to commence my registration with the Teaching Council, i.e., my name, contact address, date of birth, PPS number, address, telephone contact details and a copy of this Subject Declaration Form. The PME provider(s) to whom I am applying are: Name: Date: Signature: IMPORTANT This declaration form should be returned to the PME provider(s)* to which you have applied. Do not return to the Teaching Council. *Where applications have been made to the four NUIs or DCU this form should be returned to the Postgraduate Applications Centre (PAC).
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