4 years, part time, 1 evening per week - 4.15pm - 8.15pm combined with independent study and some e-learning, there is also a flexible online option. Begins September 2013. The course is delivered and validated in partnership with Edge Hill University.
Who is this course for?
If you are supporting pupils in a primary or secondary school this course is designed specifically for you.
What career opportunities will I have with this degree?
There are two possible routes that can be chosen. The first route is for students who wish to gain a BA (Hons) in Teaching, Learning and Mentoring and may want to pursue a career in education other than that of classroom teacher. The second route is for students who would like to be considered for progression to an Initial Teacher Training (ITT) programme for Primary School Teachers at level 6 to gain Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).
Fees and Finance
You pay nothing upfront!!!! Eligible students will not have to pay upfront for their tuition and will only start to repay once they have finished the course and are earning over £21,000 a year.
What do I need to get onto the course?
Level II qualification in English and maths, e.g., GCSE grade C or above or Learn Direct Adult Literacy and numeracy. Experience in schools, preferably at least 2 days a week, paid or voluntary for at least 1 year. A level 3 qualification is desirable. APL available if candidate has HLTA - exemption from study on the work-based modules at level 4.
How do I apply?
For further information or to apply, please contact a Holy Cross Support Tutor on 0161 762 4513 for an informal chat.
Course LeafletBA (Hons) Teaching, Learning & Mentoring Practice