Q23 - BA (Honours) Childhood and Youth Studies - Open University Degree. A degree in childhood and youth studies gives you skills and knowledge relevant to many careers in childcare, health, education, working with families, playwork, or working with young people. It will develop your understanding of practices and policies that affect children, and introduce you to many new aspects of the subject – helping you make informed choices about future career paths. This degree is not a professional qualification*, so many of our graduates choose to undertake postgraduate training before progressing to employment in specialist fields such as: teaching counselling early years work, including play therapy and hospital play speech therapy voluntary sector work youth work education support and welfare social work probation work personal and careers guidance sport and fitness.
The education sector in particular provides increasing opportunities for teaching and non-teaching staff in schools, further and higher education and non-school settings. Q51 - BA (Honours) Early Years - Open University Degree. You must be: a current practitioner (paid or voluntary) with at least six months full-time or 12 months part-time experience of working with young children in a registered early years setting at least 18 years of age at the date on which you begin studying for this qualification. If you wish to claim accreditation of prior learning (APEL) you must be: an experienced practitioner with at least three years full-time or five years part-time experience in a registered early years setting at least 21 years of age at the date on which you begin studying for this qualification.
In order to assist you in determining whether the APEL route is appropriate for you, it is essential that you accurately complete the EZL100 self-assessment questionnaire. Please download and save to your computer for completion. While studying the core modules, you must be: You must have the agreement and support of your employer/supervisor before registering for this qualification. Q18 - BA (Honours) Health and Social Care - Open University Degree. Exploring your options Once you register with us (and for up to three years after you finish your studies), you’ll have full access to our careers service for a wide range of information and advice – including online forums, website, interview simulation, vacancy service as well as the option to email or speak to a careers adviser. Some areas of the careers service website are available for you to see now, including help with looking for and applying for jobs.
You can also read more general information about how OU study enhances your career. In the meantime if you want to do some research around this qualification and where it might take you, we’ve put together a list of relevant job titles as a starting point. The health and social care sectors offer many jobs directly related to topics you will have studied in this qualification.
Care home advocate Drug and alcohol worker Education welfare officer Family support worker Grants officer. Primary Initial Teacher Education (with QTS) BA (Hons) - University of Worcester. Key features of this course: An award winning academic writing support programme which builds confidence through transition into Higher Education and continues throughout the three year programme. What our students say... 'Offering me a place on the teacher training course meant the world to me and I will always appreciate being offered this chance. Having now gone through the rigours of the training and writing countless essays I am where I want to be, the start of an exciting new chapter in my life.' Mohammed Shiaraz, Primary UG Newly Qualified Teacher ‘An absolute pleasure and could not have spent a better 3 years of my life. Year 3 Student, BA (Hons) Primary Initial Teacher Education ‘Quality of the reflective students who can see a clear link between theory and practice in developing their practice is to be commended.
Head Teacher Book an open day On entry, all students follow a generic programme, spanning ages 3-11 years during term one. Available full-time only. Factfile Course content. Applied Health & Social Science BA (Hons) - University of Worcester. The course is available as a Top-up degree with direct entry to Year 3 to suitable qualified applicants, such as if you have a Foundation degree or HND in Health and Social Care (or relevant discipline) and other diploma-level qualifications. Working in health, care and welfare services is a rewarding and vital way of improving the welfare and well-being of citizens.
We are seeking students who are passionate about making a difference in health, care and welfare practice, and are focused on enhancing their knowledge and skills. This course is relevant if you work or plan to work in health, care or welfare related fields. It will extend your knowledge of working in these fields and improve your practice and therefore the welfare and wellbeing of service users. You will have the opportunity to engage with the very latest practice and research. This course offers a rich educational experience to support both academic and practitioner development. Emily-Rae Maxwell Book an open day Factfile. Early Childhood Studies with Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS) BA(Hons) Course outline The BA (hons) Early Childhood Studies degree with Early Years Teacher Status prepares you to be a specialist in Early Years to deliver quality provision within the Early Years Foundation Stage with children from birth to five.
You will be recognised as a graduate leader within the sector responsible for high quality provision raising outcomes for children. The award prepares you to make a difference in children’s learning and development and you will be assessed against the government's Teacher Standards. Over the duration of your degree you will gain an holistic approach to understanding early childhood, relating appropriate theory to practice. You'll also look critically at the role of play, considering differing curriculum models and examining the impact of early childhood researchers and theorists on current government perspectives and practices.
The course is supported by employers within the industry. Graduate destinations Entry requirements Teaching and learning Contact. School of Education : Primary Education with QTS - BA (Hons) The Individual:Since graduating from Birmingham City University I’ve been teaching in the International School of Siem Reap in Cambodia, which follows the British curriculum. I am the Reception 2 Teacher and I’m also the Early Years Co-ordinator, which is massive task for an NQT, but I love it. It’s been lots of hard work, but it’s amazing the difference that has been made to the early years in that short time. When I first got to the school, the nursery and Reception 1 classrooms were very formal learning environments. After a lot of training with the two early years teachers and the directors of education at the school, I managed to convince them of the importance of learning through play and now I have completely changed the learning environments.
I spent a week changing the classrooms and getting resources together and now each classroom has a play based area, role play area and home corner. I feel very lucky to have two classrooms, one for child-initiated time and one for teaching. School of Education : Conductive Education - BA (Hons) The programme is designed as a combined vocational and academic programme of study. The ethos of Conductive Education is to develop human potential and to seek to transform the lives of people with neurological motor disorders. What's covered in the course?
The course is based on acquiring the skills for a vocational profession. Qualified Conductor Status (QCS) is a worldwide recognised professional qualification and enables graduates to be employed as a conductor. In addition to QCS, successful graduates will receive an honours degree in Conductive Education. Alongside formal teaching in the philosophy and practice of conductive education, you will learn about neurological conditions such as cerebral palsy, strokes, Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis.
You will gain a broad range of experience with children and adults and are able to specialise in one age group from the middle of the second year of study. Why Choose Us? Entry Requirements Unconditional Offers 2015/16 How to Apply Start Mode Fees. BEd (Hons) Primary Education | University of Wolverhampton. This degree programme will prepare students to teach children aged 5 – 11 (Key Stages 1 and 2). The course will develop the students' subject knowledge and the necessary pedagogical skills to teach across the whole curriculum as appropriate to children in Key Stages 1 and 2.
Throughout the course, students will work closely with experienced classroom teachers and develop a wide range of skills, knowledge and understanding as they become competent and confident in the classroom. This will be achieved through the study of the relevant subject knowledge and pedagogical issues, the development of effective planning, teaching and assessment strategies and the development of both enthusiasm and professionalism.
Students will be introduced to the classroom technology that will enable their teaching to be more efficient in an ever developing technological world. 2015 Entry If you've got other qualifications or relevant experience please consult the UCAS tariff tables or contact us before applying. BA (Hons) Childhood Studies with Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS) | University of Wolverhampton. The Childhood Studies degree with EYTS will develop your skills and knowledge required to work with children, their families and the services that support them whilst meeting the Early years Teachers’ Standards. The course will draw on a range of disciplines such as history, psychology, education, sociology, welfare and social policy.
The course is suitable for people new to this area or experienced staff searching for career development. The course takes account of the ecology of children’s lives in studying the complexities of family life and of children’s development from birth to five. You will also explore the significance of childhood across cultures and societies and how this links to your placement experiences. Teaching and learning is designed to support digital literacy through use of a range of on-line tools, such as virtual learning environments and e-portfolios and you are encouraged to share knowledge and be enterprising with your ideas. 2015 Entry 220 UCAS points. BA (Hons) Social Care and Health Studies | University of Wolverhampton. This course will give you insight into social care, health and wellbeing. You will study and critically analyse current issues in contemporary society and the impact these issues have on people’s lives. You will develop your understanding of the impact of social deprivation and poor health on national and international economies. 2015 Entry 200 UCAS points with a minimum of 160 points from at least 2 'A' Levels.
BTEC National Diploma at a MMP grade BTEC QCF Extended Diploma at grade MMP /BTEC QCF Diploma at grade DM OCR National Extended Diploma at a P1 grade CACHE Diploma in Child Care and Education at a C grade (240 UCAS points) Access to HE Diploma Full award (60 credits) Successful completion of the Foundation Year of Learning Education and Progression guarantees interview opportunity If you've got other qualifications or relevant experience please consult the UCAS tariff tables or contact us before applying. These fees are applicable for new entrants in 2015/6. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Primary Education (QTS) Early Years - Newman University, Birmingham. Overview Demand for places on teaching courses at Newman is extremely high.
It is important that you gain relevant experience which will enhance your personal statement. We also recommend that you refresh your mathematics and English prior to taking the skills tests. Why study Primary Education Early Years? The 3 - 7 age range is crucial in terms of children’s development and learning. It is at this formative and particularly receptive stage of development that attitudes towards learning are formed, attitudes that will impact on future learning and development.
Through Early Years Curriculum, Core Curriculum, Broad Curriculum and Educational and Professional Studies modules you will develop knowledge, understanding and skills that will enable you to become an effective early years and primary teacher. You will be taught how to prepare, deliver and evaluate lessons/activities that will engage, motivate and inspire children. Teaching Methods and Assessment Last updated: 15 January 2015.
Early Childhood Education and Care - Newman University, Birmingham. Overview "High academic standards are set, fairly judged by assessment procedures in place and reflected in achievement of the students. "External Examiner Why study Early Childhood Education and Care? Early childhood, the quality of education, provision and care, and the roles and responsibilities of all those involved with young children, parents and families, all have a significant influence on children’s achievement and life chances. The last decade has seen the wider development of early years provision, changes and challenges in aspects of education and care, and the recognition that early childhood and children’s experiences must be supported by a highly qualified workforce.
Government legislation, policy and research have raised the profile of early childhood, education and care and established the requirement for recognised professional qualifications for all those working in the field of early years in public, voluntary and private sectors. What does the course cover? Year1 Year 2. Health and Social Care BSc (Hons) - Newman University, Birmingham. Overview The BSc Health and Social Care degree course is designed to offer a platform for employment in health care and as a springboard to a professional career in health and social care services.
The course intends to develop in students the appropriate knowledge, understandings, skills and values required of them to work, research and continue their studies in health care. It will provide a range of educational experiences that enable students to work in a multi-cultural environment within the UK and internationally. Students will develop a professional and caring approach to their work with individuals and communities, and to become reflective learners and practitioners.
Special Features: The BSc Health and Social Care offers three clear strategies to support future employability of graduates: Work based learning: the course includes a semester of voluntary work in a health care setting, where the student will undertake a piece of practitioner research. How will I be assessed? Fees. International Leadership and Management in Health and Social Care BA (Hons) | 2015.