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Education and Special Educational Needs Foundation Degree
Validated by Greenwich University
What does the course cover?
Modules explore subjects such as the world of education, the curriculum, teaching and learning, ways of supporting learners with additional educational needs and psychological, social and emotional influences on behaviour. Students cover four modules per year; each is worth 30 credits.
In a typical week, learning takes place through a combination of lectures, seminars and one-to-one tutorials as well as independent study. Assessment takes place through a variety of coursework.
- One A Level or equivalent vocational Level 3 qualification such as City & Guilds Level 3 or BTEC National Diploma
- GCSE English language/literature at grades A*-C (9-4) or equivalent. Functional Skills may be accepted.
- You must be aged 18 or over at the start of the course and working or volunteering at least two days a week in an educational setting e.g. in classrooms as a learning support assistant or teaching assistant, or in related roles, such as a learning mentor linked to schools or colleges.
To be confirmed. Government loans for eligible applicants are available. Further information is available here
Application codes for UCAS website:
- The UCAS code: X319
- The campus code: Z
- Institution code: G70
"The Education and Special Educational Needs Foundation Degree is the best and most interesting course I have ever done. It brought together all the practical learning in the classroom and the theory behind it. It helped me to improve my knowledge, practice and confidence enabling me to progress my career and give young people with Special Educational Needs the support and guidance they need to lead successful, adult lives." Janet Wingate-Whyte