About the course
This course offers a range of subjects aimed at the caring professions and education practice sector. Through the study of this course, students will be able to enhance their professional practice which will provide opportunities for career development. It is important that your employer supports your training needs. However, the degree can be successfully completed if you are in a voluntary role.
- Research Methods
- Psychology in the Learning Environment
- Developing Professional Roles and Identity
- Contemporary Issues in Education
- Developing an Effective Learning environment
Typically, applicants must have:
- 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.
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 section, Science is not a stipulated requirement for entry).
Work experience and employability
What additional resources will I need?
Tuition fees for 2020 entry: £7,570 per annum.
Students enrolling on this course can apply for the Higher Education Scholarship.
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