To apply for this module please register your Expression of Interest before the 17th May 2019.
A 15 or 30 credit Masters level module for those wanting to bring prior learning and experience into a CPD award pathway.
The module comprises an individually tailored delivery of tutorials and, dependent on participant numbers, group tutorial sessions. These will assist the candidate to review previous learning against current learning outcomes, plan work and critically reflect on past and current practice in relation to contemporary reading and research relevant to role and award pathway.
The module would particularly suit those practitioners who gained practice teaching qualifications under a previous award structure and who now want to show how they have maintained currency and developed expertise and to bring those awards and credits into an existing framework. It may also be used as a stand-alone module providing an opportunity for candidates to bring previous study (for example the Practice Teacher’s Award) up to date, and refresh skills and knowledge.
NOTE: This module is primarily self study. Teaching will focus on the use of relevant knowledge and research for role (mapped against PCF) and the development of professional leadership in the role.
For experienced practitioners with at least 30 credits gained from stand-alone CPD modules. Review and reflect on previous learning, refresh your skills and knowledge, critically reflect on past and current practice, review current
publications and research relevant to your professional role.
This module can be started in the Autumn or Spring Terms.
University Teaching Days - Autumn start: 2019/20
Wednesday 9 October 2019
Wednesday 20 November 2019
Wednesday 29 January 2020
Teaching tutorials will take place on Wednesday afternoons
University Teaching Days - Spring start: 2020
Tuesday 21 January 2020
Tuesday 25 February 2020
Tuesday 28 April 2020
Teaching tutorials will take place on Tuesday afternoons
A learner contract applies to this module. The contract states that you may be asked to repay course fees if you do not complete the module or if you cease employment with the Council within one year of completing the module. You must sign the contract in order to be allocated a place on the module.
Please complete and return the learner contract and university application form to firstname.lastname@example.org
This module is for practitioners who have already accrued at least 30 post graduate level credits in free standing CPD modules. Candidates must be in professional practice or management in social work or a related field.