What will I study?
The compulsory module is the Education dissertation. Five of the following specialist units will be offered: The Professional Role and its Context, The Education of Vulnerable Young People, Policy and Practice in Educational Settings, Learning Through Work, Families Schools and Society, Mentoring in the Community, Sociology and Education, Models of Teaching and Learning.
How long is the course?
One academic year.
How will I be assessed?
The programme is assessed through a variety of methods from presentations, to a dissertation, reflective reports and essays.
What qualifications do I need?
This programme does not recruit into the first year of the course. It is designed to allow entry onto the programme for applicants who meet one of the following criteria:1) Students who have completed Year 1 of an Education programme at UCLan, passing the two core modules ED1201 and ED1202. 2) Applicants hold a Cert Ed (post compulsory) will be admitted to the programme with advanced standing. The Cert Ed qualification combined with the 150 hours teaching requirement accompanying this programme permits applicants admission with credit up to 180 credits (120 at Year 1/Level 4 and 60 at Year 2/Level 5). 3) Applicants who hold a UCLan Foundation Degree in Children, Young People and their Services will be admitted with advanced standing up to 240 credits. 4) Applicants who hold relevant Foundation Degrees awarded by other higher education institutions will be considered on a case by case basis. Mature students with experience, a portfolio of work and employer references will be considered. Students must also possess a Grade C or above in English at GCSE or equivalent.
What can I progress onto?
You can continue on to postgraduate study or graduates may progress towards teaching most commonly going on to gain places on primary PGCE courses (teacher training) Other possible graduate destinations include advice and guidance roles; community suppor
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