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If you have considerable experience working in schools and/or other educational settings, but do not possess Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), this is the course for you. Read more

Why choose this course?

• If you have considerable experience working in schools and/or other educational settings, but do not possess Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), this is the course for you.
• If you are working as an unqualified teacher (paid or unpaid), or if you have extensive and recent experience of teaching in a school or college, the Assessment Only Route allows you to be assessed for QTS.
• It may also be suitable for cover supervisors, Higher Level Teaching Assistants (HLTAs), or supply teachers.
• It is also a popular route if you are an Overseas Trained Teacher and do not automatically qualify for QTS. Overseas trained teachers who did not gain QTS within the 4 year limit are also eligible to apply.
• It is also available for experienced FE lecturers who are now working in a school and wish to gain QTS.

About this course:

• You'll be expected to demonstrate that you are a reflective practitioner who has met the Teachers’ Standards and are able to demonstrate that you can apply your skills, knowledge and understanding effectively and flexibly in a wide range of school settings. In addition, you will have clearly demonstrated your ability to relate theory to practice and to critically evaluate the fundamental aims and values of education.
• During the assessment period, your supporting school will need to ensure that you have sufficient opportunity to meet the Teachers' Standards. This includes ensuring that you comply with the current requirements of the National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL), including a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check and 'fitness to teach'.
• The supporting school must not be in Special Measures.
• You will normally be teaching at a school within two hours travelling time from the University of Derby.

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Taking a unique approach to studying investigative practices, this MSc equips you with knowledge and skills for the many fields which demand high levels of professional investigation expertise. Read more
Taking a unique approach to studying investigative practices, this MSc equips you with knowledge and skills for the many fields which demand high levels of professional investigation expertise.

• Advance your investigative career in law enforcement, finance, health and safety, social services and many other sectors
• Develop the skills you need to conduct serious and complex investigations from beginning to end
• Study for a qualification which reflects the Professionalising Investigation Programme (PIP) occupational standards
• Choose specialist options in areas such as cybercrime, financial crime and organised crime to build on your knowledge of mainstream investigations
• Learn from an influential team of researchers and practitioners who draw upon more than a century of professional experience in investigation
• Study full time or part time to suit your personal circumstances.

Innovative and stimulating, this course combines academic rigour and practical experience to nurture high-calibre, confident and forward-thinking investigation professionals.

A broad appeal

This MSc is designed to appeal to graduates from traditional academic backgrounds as well as serving investigation professionals from across the world. We welcome applicants with substantial and relevant professional experience who may not have an undergraduate degree or equivalent qualification.

Meeting professional standards

Ensuring greater professionalism in investigation procedures is crucial to meet public expectations for effective and efficient policing and justice. This MSc helps investigators to extend their skills while enabling the organisations that rely on investigations to enhance their performance.

The course has been introduced at a time when professionalisation in policing is a commonly agreed target of all police forces, the College of Policing and the National Crime Agency. In developing this programme, we have aligned it to initiatives such as the Professionalising Investigation Programme (PIP), which is jointly sponsored by the National Police Chiefs’ Council and the College of Policing.

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This innovative and stimulating course aims to respond to the complex challenges that crime poses for contemporary society. It delivers cutting-edge knowledge and valuable insights into both theory and practice, helping you to advance your career in criminal justice. Read more
This innovative and stimulating course aims to respond to the complex challenges that crime poses for contemporary society. It delivers cutting-edge knowledge and valuable insights into both theory and practice, helping you to advance your career in criminal justice.

• Study an intellectually challenging course which fosters a deep-level understanding of how our justice and penal system works
• Benefit from the breadth and diversity of our academic expertise and our extensive professional links
• Explore issues of theoretical and social importance with our research-active teaching staff who are recognised authorities in their fields
• Keep up to date with latest policies, practices and debates so that you are better equipped to embark on a new career in the justice arena or to progress in your current working role
• Study full-time or part-time to suit your personal circumstances

This is a new course starting in September 2017 (*subject to approval).

This exciting new MSc has been launched at a time when a process of swift and relentless change is transforming our justice system. This process aims to develop and sustain a high performing, efficient and effective criminal and community justice system which both benefits victims and rehabilitates those who offend.

Broad appeal and relevance

Our course is designed for anyone with an interest in the critical social and political challenges which crime presents. It will appeal to recent graduates with a first degree in a relevant subject area who want to deepen their knowledge. It is equally valuable for current practitioners and managers within the criminal justice, rehabilitative and penal systems, including social workers and social work managers, prison governors or officers, police officers and lawyers.

You will become part of a dynamic learning community bringing together students from diverse backgrounds who have real-world experience of criminal justice. This means you will benefit from fascinating insights into how different professionals and organisations address current issues in crime, criminal justice and punishment.

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Why choose this course?. - When you've successfully completed this short course you'll have the reporting skills for interpreting DXA scans. Read more
Why choose this course?

- When you've successfully completed this short course you'll have the reporting skills for interpreting DXA scans.

- You can study it as a stand alone course, or as part of the Postgraduate Certificate in DXA Reporting.

- You'll be supported by a range of healthcare professionals who reflect the clinical diversity in the management of fracture risk.


About this course

The course is equivalent to two modules at masters level 7. The course lasts for about 36 weeks, but is dependent on the time you need to develop your portfolio of evidence.

We've taken a multidisciplinary approach to developing this course, so you will benefit from learning with people from different professions, to improve your knowledge and understanding of DXA scans.

You'll attend a minimum of four study days which will support your learning, provide keynote lectures, case study discussions in small groups, and viewing of scan sessions. These interactive study days are an integral part of this course.

Following the study days, you'll develop a reflective portfolio of 100 cases, where you have independently reported on BMD results and commented on normal variants, artefacts and appearances in the image. You'll need to include a broad range of examples that reflect the diversity of your patient populations. Twenty of your reports will need to include detailed reflective practice. Your report should include treatment recommendations to agreed local protocols, which you'll need to include in your portfolio. You must present an audit of your reports compared with those of a trained practitioner. Your portfolio will need to be signed off by the trained practitioner who is your mentor in practice. You must ensure you have the support of a suitably appropriate mentor prior to admission on to the programme.

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Explore new frontiers for humanities research with this intellectually challenging and innovative MRes programme. Develop broad-based research skills in humanities, exploring a variety of approaches and methodologies. Read more
Explore new frontiers for humanities research with this intellectually challenging and innovative MRes programme.
• Develop broad-based research skills in humanities, exploring a variety of approaches and methodologies
• Focus on a substantial independent research project covering an original theme of your choice
• Deepen your understanding of the interdisciplinary nature of humanities
• Learn more about how digital technologies can be harnessed to shape humanities in the 21st century
• Benefit from the support of our highly experienced and influential team of published researchers
• Enjoy excellent professional development and networking opportunities
• Gain an impressive qualification that equips you for success in a wide range of careers
• Improve your research profile and build a platform for progressing to further postgraduate study, including a PhD

This is a new course starting in September 2017 (*subject to approval).

This programme will help you join a new generation of accomplished, confident, curious and strongly independent humanities researchers. It combines high-level research skills with a substantial investigation into a subject which reflects your personal interests and career aspirations.

Flexibility and choice

The MRes Humanities differs from other taught masters programmes because of its strong emphasis on research methods and skills. It will appeal to students seeking a greater degree of independence in their studies and who relish the challenge of intellectual rigour and self-development.

The MRes can be taken as a full Masters programme, a Postgraduate Diploma in Humanities or a named subject, or a Postgraduate Certificate in Humanities. At the Postgraduate Diploma and Masters level, it may be appropriate to add a named award reflecting your subject specialism, such as MRes in Humanities (Film Studies) or PGDip in Humanities (Liberal Arts).

The full Masters programme culminates in a dissertation or negotiated project in which you will pursue substantive independent research into a subject of your choice. This will either be through a more traditional postgraduate dissertation or through a negotiated research-based project which might involve different forms of assessment and scholarly activities.

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Gain technical membership to the Institute of Acoustics upon successful competition of this course. Develop the skills to undertake environmental noise measurements in the field and assess and report upon them confidently. Read more

Why choose this course:

• Gain technical membership to the Institute of Acoustics upon successful competition of this course
• Develop the skills to undertake environmental noise measurements in the field and assess and report upon them confidently
• Study at one of the leading centres in delivering short courses in noise, with over 20 years’ experience

About this course

Accredited course
This course is accredited by the Institute of Acoustics. With over 20 years’ experience of delivering short courses in acoustics, we’re confident that you will find the standard of teaching excellent.

If you’re employed in a technical or scientific role by local authorities, environmental consultancies or other organisations where environmental noise measurement features, this course is ideal for you.

Skilled practitioner
The course is just five days in length, so you’ll be brought up-to-date quickly with current measurement practices for environmental noise assessment. You’ll take a practical and a written exam to evidence your learning and development.

This is a hands-on course that will develop your skills in both undertaking noise measurements and the successful interpretation of results. It’s therefore designed to be practical and highly relevant to the job you do.

As we know that many of you will be working and will be taking this course as part of your professional development, we may be able to hold the course at your place of work to make it more convenient.

Career building
This course offers a great opportunity to boost your knowledge quickly, and gain a recognised qualification that will look great on your CV.


The course will start on a Monday and will take five days to complete. You'll take a practical exam on the Friday. There's also a written exam that is normally held on a Friday about two weeks after the course.

We usually run the course twice a year in April and September at our Kedleston Road site in Derby. However, it may be possible, by special arrangement, to hold the course at your place of work.

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In this practical, week long course you'll develop the skills that are associated with undertaking a risk assessment of noise exposures in the workplace. Read more

Why choose this course:

• In this practical, week long course you'll develop the skills that are associated with undertaking a risk assessment of noise exposures in the workplace.
• You'll gain knowledge and understanding of the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005, and associated guidance documents.
• You'll develop your knowledge of fundamental noise control methods.
• We're one of the leading centres in delivering short courses in noise, with over 20 years of experience.

About the course:

If you're a health and safety manager or work within health and safety, this course is for you. It's also increasingly popular with people working in noise consultancies.

The course will start on a Monday and will take five days to complete. You'll take a practical exam on the Friday. There's also a written exam that is normally held on a Friday about two weeks after the course.

We've divided the course into six key areas:

Basic concepts of noise

You'll receive an overview of the basic definitions and principles of sound, noise indices and units, and learn how to undertake basic calculations involving decibels.

Measurement and instrumentation for noise assessment

You'll go through the basic features and properties of an integrating sound level meter, the calibration of meters and the properties of a dosimeter.

Noise exposure assessment

You'll review measurement strategies, including the limitations of data collection and the calculation of personal noise exposure levels.

Hearing, hearing loss measurement and protection

You'll focus on the structure of the ear and the hearing mechanism, and review hearing defects and their social implications. You will also look at the types of hearing protectors, their limitations and advantages, and their performance.

Overview of legal aspects

It's vital to be up to date with legislation so you'll consider primary legislation (Health and Safety at Work Act 1974) and other regulations and codes of practice. You'll also review the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005.

Noise reduction techniques

You'll look at the basic methods of noise control in the workplace, from its source to its transmission path and, finally, to the receiver.

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The IOA Diploma is a sought after accredited qualification which enables you to become an Associate Member of the Institute of Acoustics. Read more

Why choose this course:

• The IOA Diploma is a sought after accredited qualification which enables you to become an Associate Member of the Institute of Acoustics.
• The programme is regarded as the leading specialist qualification for the professional practitioner in acoustics.
• We're the leading centre in the Midlands for this one year part time course.

About the course:

This course is perfect for you if you're looking for a specialist qualification as a professional practitioner in acoustics. You'll become a member of the Institute of Acoustics (IOA) which will help to set you apart from other professionals in this field.

It also means that if you went on to further study, for example the MSc Applied Acoustics course, you could miss out the Postgraduate Certificate level and go straight onto the Postgraduate Diploma.

The course only takes one year to complete and you'll study on a Tuesday afternoon and evening starting in September. The examinations are held in June and you'll need to complete a project which usually takes place over the summer months.

Because the course is part time it means you can fit it around your work and life commitments, but if you are in employment you'll need to ensure that you can come in to Derby on a Tuesday afternoon to study.

You'll be taught by a dedicated and friendly team who are experienced acousticians with most having full membership of the IOA. And you'll study at the leading centre in the Midlands for this course.

Everyone must take the following modules:

• General Principles of Acoustics
• Laboratory Module
• Project.

You will then take a further two specialist modules from:

• Regulation and Assessment of Noise
• Noise and Vibration Control Engineering
• Acoustics in Buildings
• Environmental Noise: Measurement, Prediction and Control.

You'll be assessed by both coursework and examination. Coursework will include laboratory reports and a small number of assignments set by the IOA.
The General Principles of Acoustics module provides a foundation for further study and deals with the nature and behaviour of sound and vibration, its measurement, response of humans to sound and vibration, and basic noise control engineering. The project is an opportunity for you to carry out an individual study in the area of acoustics.

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The Derby LLM offers maximum flexibility. Available to lawyers and non-lawyers alike, it provides unrivalled choice and opportunity – enabling you to choose from specialist pathways and modules to build a degree that matches your career aspirations, research pursuits and personal interests. Read more
The Derby LLM offers maximum flexibility. Available to lawyers and non-lawyers alike, it provides unrivalled choice and opportunity – enabling you to choose from specialist pathways and modules to build a degree that matches your career aspirations, research pursuits and personal interests.

-Choose a broad-based LLM programme or specialise in Commercial Law; Corporate and Financial Law; Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law; International Protection of Human Rights and Personal Freedom
-Improve your career prospects in one of the UK's top law schools for student satisfaction and success at postgraduate level
-Select the focus of your LLM and study at a time and pace to suit you and your circumstances
-Benefit from our modern approach to teaching law in a global context: you can tailor your coursework and assignments to different jurisdictions, so gaining a truly international flavour of law
-Combine your academic and theoretical knowledge with hands-on skills honed in our superb courtroom facilities
-Learn from our team of expert practitioners whose teaching is delivered with passion and professionalism.

Specialist pathways

You can choose to study a broad-based general LLM or follow a specific pathway towards a specialist LLM award:
LLM (Commercial Law) – a chance to study commercial law in a practical, international and contemporary context. Ideal both for lawyers and for professionals engaged in broader commercial practice, this pathway features negotiation and practice-driven modules, equipping you for senior roles in global enterprises.

LLM (Corporate and Financial Law) – giving you a thorough understanding of how law assists in mediating corporate and financial risk. Covering one of the most challenging and critical areas of law, this pathway focuses on the structures and constitution of corporate entities in light of the external factors which govern their liquidity and capitalisation.

LLM (Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law) – a pathway designed to meet the challenges of the global digital economy. You will explore data protection, information handling, e-commerce, international agreements on intellectual property, and the use and control of information in the context of the internet and other media.

LLM (International Protection of Human Rights and Personal Freedom) – building your awareness of the human rights regime at international, regional and national levels. Taking a practical approach to the investigation of human rights violations, this pathway prepares you for a rewarding career with organisations working in the human rights field, from law firms to governments and NGOS.

For those who have taken or are working towards the LPC, we also offer a route to ‘top up’ the qualification to an LLM in Legal Practice. If you are already employed and looking at professional career development, you can follow this route to enhance your CPD points.

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The Derby Legal Practice Course (LPC) prepares you to take that next step towards a successful legal career. It is delivered in partnership with the University of West of England, widely regarded as one of the leading providers of professional legal education in the UK. Read more
The Derby Legal Practice Course (LPC) prepares you to take that next step towards a successful legal career. It is delivered in partnership with the University of West of England, widely regarded as one of the leading providers of professional legal education in the UK.

Situated right at the heart of the country, Derby is the UK's most central city and very easy to travel to.
-Highly competitive fees - which make our course one of the most affordable of its kind in the country and if you’re a Derby graduate you will qualify for a 10% discount
-Flexibility – only 2 days attendance per week full-time or 1 day per week part-time and flexibility over when you sit your assessments, enabling you to meet other commitments
-Excellent pastoral care, careers advice and opportunities - increase your chances of gaining a training contract via our professional mentoring scheme and our influential network of contacts within the legal profession
-High quality of teaching - learn from a high calibre, enthusiastic teaching team made up of experienced local solicitors
-You can top your LPC qualification up to a full LLM by studying our LLM Legal Practice (Top-Up)
-Professional facilities including courtrooms and interview suites, enabling you to improve your vocational skills and make the transition from graduate to lawyer.

Influential partnerships

We have longstanding relationships with legal professionals and the local judiciary, which open the doors for you to gain valuable insights. In recent years, our students have been offered exciting opportunities to be considered for judicial shadowing and work shadowing in the local legal community. Our professional mentoring scheme offers students access to a wealth of invaluable support and advice from local practitioners.

Dedicated to your success

Our experienced teaching team provides the full range of academic and pastoral support to help you maximise your potential. Our tutors are all solicitors, teaching mainly in their practice areas.

First-rate facilities

We offer some of the country’s most advanced and comprehensive facilities for the study of law. Described as “exceptional” by Skills for Justice, they replicate environments you will encounter in real-life legal situations.

The latest addition is a full reconstruction of a crown court featuring contemporary technology. We were also the first law school in the country to have a family courtroom, which is ideal for specialist training. Our interview suites include one-way mirrors so that assessors can observe you during tasks. As a Legal Practice Course (LPC) student, you’ll also benefit from a dedicated workroom equipped with computers, printers and legal resources.

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This course is accredited by the Health and Care Professions Council reflecting its high quality. Successfully completing this course will mean that you are eligible to apply for professional registration as an art therapist with the Health and Care Professions Council. Read more

Why choose this course:

• This course is accredited by the Health and Care Professions Council reflecting its high quality.

• Successfully completing this course will mean that you are eligible to apply for professional registration as an art therapist with the Health and Care Professions Council. You will also be able to register as a full member of the British Association of Art Therapists, the UK's professional organisation for art therapists.

• This course reinforces the centrality of the image and the role of the imagination in the practice of art therapy.

• You will develop the professional skills you'll need to work in clinical environments.

• A major part of the course is the Independent Scholarship, which will help you to integrate your learning from all areas of the course and develop your clinical reasoning and professional identity.

About the course:

This course will give you experience of clinical art therapy practice and supervision, as well as closed group work and current theory. You'll also have the opportunity to improve your technical art skills through studio work and explore your potential for self expression and communication through image making.

You'll have a personal tutor, who will monitor your overall progress. As well as the taught components of the course, you'll take part in clinical placements and personal therapy as this is a requirement for professional registration. This is a private arrangement and the cost is not included in the fees, although individual or group therapy is acceptable.

You'll take part in a closed art therapy group led by a state registered art therapist and deepen your understanding and relationship with your art form through your work. You'll study the nature of human development and health and disability in art therapy as part of your development to relate theory and research to practice. While you're doing your clinical placements you'll be supervised by an appropriate therapist and also attend a reflective practice group, which will be led by a state registered art therapist.

You'll take part in personal therapy, for a minimum of one hour each week throughout the course, to meet the professional registration requirements. This can be either individual or group therapy.

Your assessments will be through written assignments, verbal presentations, production of artwork and reports based on your performance in the clinical settings.

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This course leads to professional qualification through the Qualification in Career Development (QCD), which is awarded by the Career Development Institute (CDI). Read more

Why choose this course:

• This course leads to professional qualification through the Qualification in Career Development (QCD), which is awarded by the Career Development Institute (CDI).

• This broad-based programme is rooted in practice and integrates various approaches to providing career support (including career guidance, career coaching and career education)

• You’ll explore the language of ‘career education and coaching’ which aligns the course with contemporary thinking about the skills base of the profession.

• You will undertake work placements to gain valuable real world experience

• You’ll be taught by staff from the International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS), a world leading centre for the study of career development. This provides you with a unique opportunity to engage with and learn from recognised thought leaders and influencers in the field.

About the course:

This flexible course will suit individuals working or wishing to work in a variety of settings within the sector, including education, the community and the workplace. You will explore the theories, policies and practices of career education, guidance and coaching, and the framework for professional practice. There is an emphasis on technology and the use of technology to support the delivery of career development interventions.

You will have the opportunity to explore practice in a range of career development contexts including:

• the development of working relationships with clients
• partnership working
• the development and provision of career, labour market information, technology and social media to support career development

You will also have the chance to develop the necessary research skills to operate within a research context, before undertaking a work-based research project.

You will be taught by members of iCeGS, who are experts in the area of career guidance. You will also have access to the iCeGS library and archive of career literature and research, as well as extra-curricular activities such as the iCeGS annual lecture, research seminars and workshops.

Throughout the course you will gather the necessary evidence for your QCD portfolio with support from our teaching team.

To gain your QCD, you are required to undertake 20 days of work-based placements. You may already be based in a suitable workplace, but if you wish to explore a different setting or don’t currently have access to one, we will support you to find a suitable work placement. Our teaching team have extensive networks of career development providers, so you may have access to placements in settings such as schools, colleges, universities, research centres, and large organisations who employ career development practitioners in a range of roles, including human resources and talent management.

You will also be required to undertake an additional 10 days of related work-based learning, which includes activities such as careers fairs and visits to employers.

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This course is accredited by the Association for Dance Movement Psychotherapy UK (ADMPUK), so you'll become a fully registered dance movement therapist with the ADMPUK. Read more

Why choose this course:

• This course is accredited by the Association for Dance Movement Psychotherapy UK (ADMPUK), so you'll become a fully registered dance movement therapist with the ADMPUK

• You'll develop the skills you need to support the health and well-being of vulnerable people, so it's a really rewarding course to choose

• This course will give you dance movement psychotherapy training and a licence to practice, as well as giving you an academic qualification at masters level

• We will support you during your placement to make sure that you're ready for your career in dance movement psychotherapy when you graduate

• You will be given the opportunity to undertake CPD training in Zero Balancing body work. This concerns the cultivation of sensitivity to the structure and energy of the body.

About the course:

The programme gives you solid experience of clinical dance movement therapy practice, supervision and work in education, as well as further closed group work. The main emphasis is on your work in a clinical environment and using creative skills to explore self-expression. You will be allocated a personal tutor who'll be responsible for monitoring your overall progress. As well as taught components, you'll be required to engage in personal therapy as this is a requirement for professional registration. This is a private arrangement and the cost is not included in the fees. Individual or group therapy is acceptable.

This course is accredited by the Association for Dance Movement Psychotherapy UK, so you can be confident that you'll be learning the most up to date thinking on dance movement psychotherapy.

During the course you'll build up your experience of clinical dance movement therapy, and use your creative skills to explore self-expression.

It's important to understand the history of dance movement psychotherapy from the early pioneers through to the current thinking. You'll cover concepts such as the theory and practice of the art form and the importance of improvisation, creativity and play. You'll also use and reflect on psychotherapeutic theory, while considering the implications for placement and practice. Because anatomy and physiology are essential to your understanding of movement and its relevance for psychotherapy, you'll also explore this during the course.

We've excellent facilities including our new dance studio, and have close links with Déda, the Derby dance centre.

You'll be allocated a personal tutor who will be responsible for monitoring your overall progress. As well as the taught components, you'll need to take part in personal therapy throughout the course, which can be individual or group therapy, because this is a requirement for professional registration as a dance movement psychotherapist.

You'll need to undertake health screening at the start of the course to monitor your fitness to practice.

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This course is accredited by the Health and Care Professions Council for its high quality. After successful completion of this course you'll be able to apply through the Health and Care Professions Council or professional registration as a dramatherapist. Read more

Why choose this course:

• This course is accredited by the Health and Care Professions Council for its high quality

• After successful completion of this course you'll be able to apply through the Health and Care Professions Council or professional registration as a dramatherapist. You will also be able to register as a full member of the British Association of Dramatherapists, the UK's professional organisation for art therapists

• Focusing on the use of theatre in the therapeutic process, you'll explore the role of improvisation and the need to adapt therapeutic interventions to individual client needs

• You'll develop skills in assessing the impact of your own values and beliefs on your practice and the impact this may have on your clients and patients

• We have our own playback theatre company, specific to this Dramatherapy programme, which utilises your improvisational skills to develop the audiences' stories. Previous students have performed at festivals, conferences and university events.

About the course:

This full time course is made up of three phases - PG Cert, PG Dip and MA. You will need to come in to the University one day each week, and spend up to two days each week in your clinical placement.

You will learn how to develop, appraise and apply different theatrical models and Dramatherapy approaches in your studio work, and explore how you can apply these therapeutically to different client groups.

In your clinical placements you will have the opportunity to apply your theoretical knowledge and practical skills in a clinical setting. You will be supervised by a Dramatherapist from the University, who will help you to consider and reflect upon the work you do in your placement.

Throughout this course you will be encouraged to reflect and consider the impact and consequences of your interventions.

You will be required to undertake a total of 72 sessions of personal therapy, as stipulated by the British Association of Dramatherapists (BADth), for the duration of the training. The cost of therapy will be covered by yourself, this is in addition to the standard course fees.

When you have successfully completed all elements of this course and the personal therapy sessions, you are eligible to apply to the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) for registration as a Dramatherapist. HCPC are the regulatory body.

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90% of students said that they were satisfied with the overall quality of the course, according to the 2015 Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES). Read more

Why choose this course:

• 90% of students said that they were satisfied with the overall quality of the course, according to the 2015 Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES)
• You'll explore education in its fullest sense - from its pivotal role in society to the theories, policies, and practices that influence, change and enhance it
• We offer a flexible approach to learning, enabling you to earn a broad-based degree or specialise in a particular area of focus by taking one of our pathways
• You will receive a range of professional development opportunities, from early years through to secondary school, further education, higher education, and in the community
• Our teaching team are friendly and approachable with specialist knowledge, which they pass on to you. You can be sure that you'll be up to date with the latest theory and practice.

About the course:

During this course, you’ll have the opportunity to gain an expert understanding of the aims of education and its role within society through the exploration of education theories, policies and practices. Through a research enquiry, you will develop confidence and expertise in your chosen area of interest.

Our course is delivered by a highly experienced educational team with expertise across the range of educational sectors. Our tutors are friendly and approachable and will pass their specialist knowledge on to you, ensuring you are up to date with the latest theory and practice.

We welcome students from both the UK and abroad, which will give you the chance to make new friends from around the world, while developing your intercultural communication skills and cross-cultural understanding.

We offer you the opportunity to gain a broad-based masters degree in education or specialise by taking one of the following pathways:
Early Years
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Leadership and Management
Leadership Coaching and Mentoring
Lifelong Learning
Special Educational Needs and Disability
If you choose to study part-time, there are also a range of other pathways available. Find out more about studying MA Education (part-time).

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