- Introduction to Education and Learning
- Personal and Academic Development Portfolio
- Theoretical Perspectives of Learning
- Social and Behavioural Aspects of Learning
- Planning for the Curriculum
- Education in Social Context
- Exploring a Creative Curriculum
- Special and Inclusive Education
- Safeguarding Children
- Work Based Enquiry
[toggle state="close" title="Entry Requirements"]Students will be required to have a paid or voluntary position in a school for at least 16 hours per week while completing this degree.
It is recognised that applicants are likely to have a wide variety of educational backgrounds and will be mostly people over the age of 21.
Students will have at least one year’s vocational experience before joining the programme. All applicants will be interviewed by a member of the programme team where they will need to evidence their capacity, through selection tasks, to engage successfully with degree-level study.
In order to progress to the full Honours degree, students will have achieved 240 credits from the Foundation Degree in Education and Learning. They will also be interviewed and asked to complete selection tasks.
- Work-based projects
The course is divided into 10 modules. Each module has a credit value, referred to as CATS credits (Credit Accumulation & Transfer Scheme).
In Year 1, 120 credits at Level 4 must be gained from successful completion of the prescribed modules.
In Year 2, a further 120 credits at level 5 must be gained from successful completion of the prescribed modules for the foundation degree to be conferred.
Students may secure sponsorship for their studies from their employer. Students are eligible to apply for funds from the government's Higher Education Student Loan Scheme and to their Local Education Authority for help with paying tuition fees.
- College Code - C24
- Course code - XX19
- Please contact the college for details regarding Course Fees. A student loan is available for this course.