“Inspirational teaching that changes the shape of your own ideals and ideas – bring it on”
The course consists of one year of study at year three (Level 6). You will typically attend one day per week and will study two 20 credit modules per term and a 40 credit independent enquiry.
Teaching and learning may comprise of, but not be limited to lectures, seminars, workshop, personalised tutorials, guided learning, independent study and blended learning.
The teaching strategies and learning experiences include an increasing proportion of individualised and self-directed learning approaches, as you progress through the course.
The teaching team comprises of lecturers, senior lecturers, programme directors and module leaders. Many staff also pursue their own continuing education from masters degrees to doctorates and PhD’s as well as pursuing their own research interests.
Staff represent a diverse set of professional backgrounds including Policing, Education, Social Care, Health, Psychology, local authority, third sector workers, commissioning services, Charities and other agencies. They provide a multidisciplinary and dynamic learning environment that includes specialist knowledge in the field.
All academics have a recognised teaching qualification for Higher Education and fellowship of the Higher Education Academy or are working towards one.
It is a requirement of the course that you must be working (employed or voluntary) in a relevant setting for a minimum of 15 hours per week.