28 July: 7pm
Join us at one of our friendly and informal Online Taster Sessions and get all your questions answered on the below courses:
Professional Learning & Leadership Courses:
This course is unique in that it has been collaboratively designed by seven universities, has sought input and advice from international and Wales-based education experts and researchers, and engaged with practitioners working and leading in Welsh classrooms to inform the design and delivery of the programme. It will ensure that all education professionals in Wales have the same high-quality opportunity to enhance their professional knowledge, engage with research and improve their professional practice. There are fully-funded places for this course for students who meet the eligibility criteria, click here to find out more.
This course will prepare you to:
- evaluate the leadership roles in school
- reflect on leadership skills
- recognise the importance of mentoring
- identify challenges and problem-solve
- examine the importance of change management through strategic planning
Suitable for: All teachers embarking on any new leadership roles in school. It is particularly useful to those preparing for Deputy/Assistant headship in school.
This course will:
- enhance expertise
- enable research in the field
- explore teaching and learning atrat
- develop networks through collaborative challenges
Suitable for: teachers currently working in Special Schools/Special Teaching Facilities (STFs) or any teacher interested in migrating to this area of education.
This course is:
This programme offers an academic study of a diverse range of subjects relevant to a wide range of education sectors. Offered on a full or part-time basis as well as a distance learning option, this flexible course is designed to suit the needs and interests of current as well as aspiring educational professionals.
This course is:
The Professional Doctorate in Education is a programme that equips education professionals people with the skills and knowledge to interrogate research, critique theory, and to conduct robust research which will impact on policy and practice in their area of professional activity. It is ideal for anyone involved in education in a wide range of occupations: teachers, leaders and managers in schools, lecturers in HE and FE institutions, voluntary and third sector officers, local authority and regional consortia staff, training organisations and so on. The programme attracts students who are themselves leading contributors to the development of education policy and practice in Wales. Designed by education specialists for education specialists.