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  Academic Practice in Higher Education PgCert


University of Wolverhampton    School of Education

Part time September, January PGCert 1 year part time
Education (11)

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The Academic Practice in Higher Education PgCert at the University of Wolverhampton is the perfect course for early career academic and support staff, as well as experienced professionals looking to update their practice. This programme is designed to enhance your classroom skills, including e-learning, within a framework of current teaching theories. It offers a unique flipped learning approach, combining dynamic face-to-face activities with an interactive online learning environment. By completing this course, you will not only gain a recognised qualification in higher education practices but also have the opportunity to become an Associate or Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Visit our website for more information on module options.

About the course

Ideal for early career academic and support staff or experienced staff looking to update their practice, this course provides the primary source for continuing professional development at the University of Wolverhampton.

Ideal for early career academic and support staff or experienced staff looking to update their practice, this course provides the primary source for continuing professional development at the University of Wolverhampton. Learning, teaching and assessment are placed into focus, mindful of practical working needs in teaching and supporting roles. You will develop your classroom practice – including e-learning – within a framework of current andragogical theory, enhancing your employability in Higher Education fields.

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Entry Requirements

To hold a good honours Degree (normally a 2:2 or above).

Active teaching throughout the course in a Higher Education setting (at least 24 hours) and specifically 10 hours teaching over the first two semesters in the year of entry.

International applicants will be required to hold IELTS with an overall band score of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each element.


Fees

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