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Our MSc Deaf Education course will help you to train as a Teacher of the Deaf if you are a qualified teacher, or develop research skills that can be applied to this field.
Rapid developments in audiology and our understanding of language, communication and educational practice make teaching and learning for deaf children an exciting area of study.
The course uses an evidence-based approach to meeting the diverse needs of deaf children and places a strong emphasis on translation of theory to practice.
Our course has Department for Education (DfE) and National College of Teaching and Learning (NCTL) approval, meeting the requirements of the mandatory qualification.
You will qualify with the mandatory postgraduate diploma to equip you to work as a Qualified Teacher of the Deaf.
You will develop
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You must hold qualified teacher status or equivalent. The course is also available to those who are qualified to work in further education who have evidence of Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS).
For those applicants with teaching qualifications outside of the UK, applicants must evidence that their teaching qualifications are recognised in their home country. They must also evidence that they have all the necessary approvals and registrations to be able to carry out a teaching placement in their home country.
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