For 2024-25 the programme is undergoing a revalidation which may result in a change of module titles and content.
Psychology in the Learning Environment
Dissertation (Double Module)
Developing Professional Roles and Identity
Contemporary Issues in Education (Double Module)
Developing an Effective Learning Environment.
Level 5 qualification such as Foundation Degree (240 Credits equivalent) in a relevant subject.
Applicants should have at least two years’ experience of working or volunteering in an educational setting prior to commencing the course, and the setting must be willing to support their training needs. As part of the entry requirements students are also required to have a DBS check. All applicants will be required to attend an interview at the College.
Assessment on the programme is through module tasks / assignments, which include essays, reports, research proposal, dissertation, seminars, case study, e-portfolios and presentations. There are no formal written exams on this programme.
Students will be able to enhance their professional practice which will provide opportunities for career development.
Following successful completion of the Honours degree, candidates intending to apply for Primary Initial Teacher Training (ITT) programmes should note that they will require GCSE Grade C (4) or above in English, Maths and Science at the point of application. (If progressing on to Secondary ITT or in the Further Education sector, Science is not a stipulated requirement for entry).
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