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We offer the practical experience necessary to train future teachers.

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Continuing Professional Development (CPD) education modules are aimed at qualified teachers currently working in primary schools, early years settings or special schools.

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Explore wider cultural and historical aspects of education and develop an understanding of the teaching and learning process. Includes placement experience.

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Learning whilst earning, Gain a relevant degree that will help you progress to qualified teacher status whilst working in an educational setting.

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Top-up your degree to a BA (Hons) in Education. Develop your work-based practice through lectures, workshops, video presentations and distance learning modules.

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Pursue a programme of Doctoral level studies relevant to your professional interests and needs in education. Learn to plan and conduct research within a professional context.

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Masters level course providing an in-depth understanding about learners with autism, their requirements and how to support them.

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MA Education, Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND). Gain an understanding about learners with SEND, their requirements and how they can be supported.

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Teachers and other professionals working in schools develop their understanding of key issues in education and their continuing professional development (CPD).

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Covers Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 curriculum. You'll spend 24 weeks on placements in both inner and outer city state schools. Leads to qualified teacher status.

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In support of the Department for Education this is a high quality and intensive programme designed to prepare early years or primary trainees for working in London schools.

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This part-time postgraduate qualification focuses on educational processes and practices in the area of autism, disability and special educational needs.

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This part-time postgraduate certificate in mentoring addresses the specific development needs of staff who work with early career teachers or practitioners.

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The National Award for Special Educational Needs Coordination addresses the specific development needs of staff who have recently been appointed to the role of SENCo (or who aspire to that role), usually experienced teachers.

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A member of staff, expert in the chosen field, is directly responsible for guiding and supporting your research programme. Offered full-time and part-time.

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