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PgCert/PgDip Coaching and Mentoring

Course Description

This award is aimed specifically at Mentors and Coaches who are already working with trainee teachers, NQTs or providing peer mentoring.

It is designed to support and accredit their work in schools, colleges and other settings and to enable programme members to consider in-depth the role of coaching and mentoring for individuals and organisations. Programme members will need to be in the role of mentor/coach to undertake this award.

A flexible award structure is responsive to demands of the workplace and part-time study and includes: taught sessions, workshops, group tutorials and web-based learning. Two cohorts are run each year (September-May and January-September) enabling course members to enrol and complete the award at a point which supports their coaching/mentoring role.

The award can be taken at either PgCert or PgDip stage. Teaching is usually campus based, but if there is sufficient interest in a school or area to run a local programme, this may be considered.

This award leads to:

Professional development and enhanced promotional prospects.

Students completing this award can progress within the MA Teaching and Learning award structure also offered by the Faculty of Education.

Special Features

. Flexible award structure is responsive to the demands of the workplace and part-time study.
. Blended learning available as an optional learning method for some content aspects
. Two cohorts run each year: September to May and January to September

Visit the PgCert/PgDip Coaching and Mentoring page on the Manchester Metropolitan University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

You will normally have an undergraduate UK honours degree or equivalent (such as an initial professional qualification or an international qualification), or a postgraduate award. You will be encouraged to claim accreditation for prior learning in any field of education as well as the specialist area that you intend to study.

Course Fees

Part-time UK and EU students: £350 per 30 credit unit. · A Masters qualification typically comprises 180 credits.

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